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Alliterations are amusing. Chandeliers, cheesecakes, and charm bracelets make me happy. My blog aims to spread pink, positive thoughts and pretty little things. Send me some love and kisses via mail@krissyfied.com.

Party-ready

Let the weekend that has passed be known as the weekend I went to a party for two consecutive nights.

On Thursday, I went to Prive with my officemates for the Style Series featuring NTICE. The firm I work for has handled several installments of the Style Series already but it was my first time to go to one. I was not really required by my bosses but I just wanted to go to support.

NTICE is all about being laidback, relaxed, and having that just-rolled-out-of-bed look. Here is what I wore:


Dress - bazaar | Lace gloves - SM Department Store | Earrings, bangles - SM Accessories
Belt - ForMe | Shoes - Rajo! for Parisian


I was given a makeover by Make Up For Ever earlier in the night, and I'll share with you more photos about that on my next post. Now I know I didn't exactly look like I just rolled out of bed, but I wanted to put in a little more effort that night as I haven't been in a club in a while. I regret nothing ;)

On Friday, I went to Republiq for the final leg of the Miss Sixty and Energie Jeans party nights. I guess it's safe to announce now that I was chosen to be one of the influencers of the brand, so you'll be seeing more of me in Miss Sixty garb very soon.

I wanted to look a bit edgy yet still girly that night, so this is what I wore:


Dress - Oxygen | Accessories - SM Accessories | Tights - Leg Love by Kate Torralba
Shoes - Rajo! for Parisian


Yes, I wore my TAO boots (which I lovingly refer to as my Batman/ Catwoman shoes) to both nights. I love how they look so dangerous yet my feet stayed comfortable on them throughout the night, considering I am no longer used to wearing heels. I. LOVE. IT.

With fellow influencers Ana, Arnie, and Kelly
I actually didn't party party during these two nights as I wasn't really in the mood, but it's nice to dress up every once in a while. I did realize that partying is not really my thing, though. My friends have also been inviting me to different Halloween parties but I have not committed to anything because I don't feel like going. I just want to stay home and rest... Shucks, I must be getting old.

How about you, going (or have gone) to any interesting Halloween parties lately?

Photo credits: Luther Abcede for photos from Prive and Arnie Villanueva for the photos from Miss Sixty

Comments

Mish Rendon said…
Love those shoes! <3
tynnnah said…


Hi Krissy,


we will be
having a masquerade ball this Decc in Republiq, would you know if the allow
dress of these kind? yung parang me nude na illusion?


http://www.style.com/fashionshows/complete/slideshow/F2012CTR-ESAAB/#2


http://www.style.com/fashionshows/complete/slideshow/F2012RTW-MARCHESA/#32


http://www.style.com/fashionshows/complete/slideshow/F2012RTW-MARCHESA/#12Please help :)-xoxo-http://www.senyoritalakwachera.com/


krissy said…
Hi Tynnnah, that's so cool! I love masquerade balls and those dresses look great! :) I believe you can wear dresses like those in Republiq, so long as you don't wear slippers because slippers are absolutely not allowed (but I don't think you won't slippers with a dress like that, anyway hehe). Also, don't forget to bring a valid ID. Enjoy the ball! :)
tynnnah said…
Hi Krissy, thank you so much for the information. The
place and the theme really excite me and I am creating my own dress. I don't
want to be kicked out after all the efforts.



btw, been a year since I started following your blog and I haven't said this yet
- and galing mo. I love how you put those words together - it touches me to the
deepest (as in my emotion flows while reading your friends story and getting married
at the hospital and passing away - you never know how much agony I had from
just reading - but it was a wonderful story). More power to your blog.
tynnnah said…
**of getting married
tynnnah said…
**getting married ;)
krissy said…
Wow, thanks so much Tynnnah, that really means a lot! I don't realize the things I write have such an impact to other people, but being an aspiring writer those comments really make me happy :) Regarding Poly's story, she was such a great friend to me that I feel I really need to tell her story the best way I could. I love her so much and I still think of her and miss her every day, but I have accepted that she is in a better place now.

And it's so cool that you're making your own dress! I wish I know how to do that, it would've saved me a lot of money! :D Don't forget to bring an ID when you go to Republiq! Enjoy! :)

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