I surprised my friends last night by wearing jeans out. I hardly ever wear jeans nowadays because of the weather, but last Monday I was able to score a good pair from the new Miss Sixty store at Robinsons Manila. I love the fit so much and it balances out the bagginess of the top that I decided to wear since I wanted a more relaxed outfit during dinnertime.
I love the zipper detail at the back- you can keep them open if you like, depending on the type of shoes you're wearing.
(shoes from Forever 21)
top from Charlotte Russe
Love the pockets and the "60" pinned on the right.
Miss Sixty always enhances the body’s shapes, playing with sensuality in the fittings and wearability of the clothes. Next to second-skin, low-waist and push up models, revisited through new washing procedures and captivating details like zips, stitching and studs on the pockets, they find straight- leg cuts and low crotches, typical of “boy fit” models.
More photos from the newly-opened branch:
Besides from the Denim collection, there are new lines dedicated to living an entirely Miss Sixty branded day. femininity and creativity for both daytime and evening.
Timeless black is again the dominant colour of Miss Sixty’s evening offers: slim-fit trousers and bare- back sheath dresses complete the line.
Intense, sensual and contemporary, the new Miss Sixty collection is completed by a line of accessoriesincluding shoes, bags and belts, carefully designed to accompany the different outfits during the entire day.
The new Miss Sixty store is at the Ground floor of Midtown Robinsons Manila.
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I was invited to participate in the Bachelors-Femina Innocence Day Ball at the Casino Español de Cebu last December 28. Bachelors-Femina is a socio-civic club for unmarried members of the “crème de la crème” of Cebu Society. The girls and I modeled creations made by famous Cebuano designers and we also had to perform the Rigodon de Honor. The event was for the benefit of the Hands of Mercy and Asilo De La Milagrosa. It was definitely loads of fun and it was great seeing my friends dressed to the nines in traditional Filipino attire! Thank you so much to Dexter Alazas for letting me wear your creation!