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Photos by Mark Clemente

T-shirt dress (Nicart Clothing) | pointed heels (Forever 21) | hand bag (Guess)

Here’s a long overdue ootd before I start bombarding you with my bikini photos from Boracay (which I still don’t have the guts to post about!!!). HAHA! Anyway, I wore this to my sister’s graduation a few weeks back. The T-shirt dress was designed by a friend and fellow Bedan who now runs a clothing line of her own. I totally love that it looks so chic and yet feels so effortless! It’s not something you’d want to over-accessorize because the beauty of it is in its simplicity.

Also, I can’t seem to get enough of black and red color palette lately. And red lipstick’s been an addiction ever since, which serves me well because I don’t have much patience for eye makeup. It’s a quick fix too if you’re needing an instant retouch but feeling lazy to do the whole routine. I always keep one inside my purse. Pretty handy! ;)

P.S. In case you noticed, I actually borrowed a song title from Shontelle. I’m running low on creative blog titles, but it is kind of relevant, won’t you agree? Plus, I really liked that song. Hihi! :))

xox,

Marj

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Growing up, I’ve always had a sweet tooth. When Nestle emailed me about sending samples of their new creation, my inner happy kid was besotted in an instant. Because no matter how old you get, there really is nothing quite like a good scoop of ice cream.

And speaking of good ice cream, this summer, Nestle introduces its newest addition to the Nestle Temptations Flavors of the World collection- the Dutch Speculoos Cookie Butter. It’s everybody’s new favorite spread in the form of an ooey gooey ice cream blended with cookie butter ripple and cookie chunks.

I’ve always enjoyed trying out new flavors of ice cream, and more so when it turns out to be a divine indulgence like this one. I fell in love with every spoonful! The whole tub was gone by the time I finished taking photos. Nestle’s Dutch Speculoos is sweet, smooth, and captivating in every way. Try it out today and say yes to a new love. :)

xox,

Marj

 

For more information, check out Nestle Philippines Facebook.

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bag (Mumi Bag) | bikini (Cesa) | aviators (RayBan) | sandals (Dolce Vita)

Hey, hey! :) Sorry for the short hiatus! Been out of town for a few days to style a fashion show for my favorite swimwear line, Cesa. It’s been chosen to participate in Lifestyle Network’s annual Summer Soul event. Been really busy backstage with the models so I didn’t get the chance to take photos during their walk in the runway. Hope I can score some pictures from the event’s official photographer so that I can share it with you guys, too! :)

Anyway, here’s an ootd post from our third day in the island. These photos were taken using my phone, and were actually “sariling sikap”, if you know what I mean. As you can see, I even took a selfie. #BloggerProblems! Had to ask a favor from the waiter to take quick snaps of me right after he brought me my mocktail. Lol. Gotta hand it to him though, I think the guy did his part well, if I must say. :))

Hope you also had a great summer weekend!

xox,
Marj
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Here’s a quick and easy DIY Tuesday before the day ends! This is a really nice way to reinvent your jeans and/or your favorite pair of shorts. Learn how to create a sequin pocket and instantly add sparkles to your new #ootd! :)

Once you’ve gathered the materials, it’s time to get crafty! A sequin pocket can look really tricky but it’s actually fairly easy to do. Just four easy steps and poof, before you know it, you’re done! :)

These are the things you’ll need:

Marj Ramos fashion blog

Marj Ramos fashion blog

  1. Trace the pattern of the pocket using a tailor’s chalk or a pencil.
  2. Cut the pattern.
  3. Lay down your pattern on the sequin fabric and cut accordingly.
  4. Place your sequin pattern on the pocket and sew along the edges. Because the edges are raw, there’s a possibilty of the sequins faling off so make sure to secure it by turning the edges over and sewing it down.

Easy peasy, lemon squeazy! Hope you had fun crafting today. :)

Check out my other DIY tutorials here.

xox,

Marj
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