Mga Kuneho

I'm blogging about my org, and my love for the theater.

Mapua Tekno Teatro (The official theater group the Mapua Institute of Technology) is going to celebrate the end of their 13th year)

Mapua Tekno Teatro presents: MGA KUNEHO

Written by: Guelan Luarca
Directed by: Kiki Baento

August 5 (Tuesday) & August 6 (Wednesday)
10:30am-12nn & 1:30-3:00 pm

At seminar room, 4th flr. Main bldg, Mapua Intramuros


In exchange for four million pesos each five clueless men are hired by a mysterious employer to accomplish an inanely simple task: to transfer loaded body bag from one room to another. But suddenly, they find themselves locked inside a metal room, and forced to fight for survival when an absurdly murderous written instruction from their employer surfaces. Will they succumb to the idiocy of compassion and humanity, or rise to the challenge of instinct and cunning?


Kingdom Magazine

It's been a long time readers. So, finals are already here, but I really need to blog about this magazine one of the students of MIT did. It's completely amazing, and I wonder how did they even made this magazine this awesome regarding the stress and the pressure of Mapua's Hell week. haha. HANDS DOWN!

Won't keep you guys waiting. The two cover pages above will serve as your teasers hahaha. I want you all to be thrilled and excited about this new big thing. ENJOY! ;) Link of the magazine is below!

Printed Cut

And I'm blogging once again hahaha. HI! So, I was in Tarlac the past few days for my cousin's wedding.   The wedding was held in San Sebastian church in Tarlac. You'll completely love the ambiance of the church, and you'll honestly love how the wedding was so solemn, and all you'll be hearing is the live band singing "Till I met you" as the beautiful bride walks down the aisle. 

All I can say, is that the wedding was perfect. It even rained after the ceremony. Their wedding was truly blessed. 

After the wedding, I decided to take pictures for my blog.  So, let's not mind the picture below because it looks awesome (for my opinion) hahahah

Nothing's more eye catching than random prints on someone. I have this dress for a long time already, and I just decided to wear it at this event. I honestly thought it was ugly when I saw it inside my closet. But then, I tried it on, and I think it's gorgeous. It's not that showy type, but more of a cons…

With Love

And I'm once again, back! hahaha. Enough with the busy architecture student stuff. I got 2 more weeks left, and I'm planning to do more blog posts this summer before the start of classes. 
I attended my niece's Recognition day in Colegio San Agustin in Binan awhile ago, and honestly, everything that's "in" when it comes to clothing these days (sleeveless, skirts, short dresses) are actually against their rules. So, instead, I did stick to the semi-formal dress code, and as usual, with a freaking twist. hahaha
Please. Understand me. hahah The photos was taken after the event. Had a great time in Alabang town center as well!..... the heat tho.
This is what I posted in LookBook. Hype! ;)

Casual to classy indeed ;)  A nude lace top plus heels = perf. Typical chic outfit, but here in this place, no one could really walk the streets with heels like these. And honestly, it's HARD! hahah. And I forgot to bring flats. 

Nude stilettos from New LookJeans from ZaraLa…

Mapua At 89

Not an outfit post. But definitely something I want all of you guys to know. It's the 89th Year of Mapua Institute of Technology (the school that I am in). So, this was held yesterday and everything's really amazing, and one of a kind. Take that compliment from the girl who survived 17 years in Riyadh, and never did experience such a wonderful environment, all in pure Filipino Theme.

The event started by giving Mr. Atom Araullo, Kimpoy Feliciano, Ms. Bianca Gonzales, and the Umagang Kay Ganda crew who covered the event a warm welcome. Lots of girls were desperate getting  pictures of these cuties. I must admit, I'm one of those desperate girls. 
I mean, look at what I'm talking about. hahah. 
The Mapua Drum Corps making us feel the real Mapuan spirit.

 After the whole fangirling thing, and being with the crowd, there comes the outcomes of the sleepless nights for each school in MIT. Well, just look at the floats they made just for this event. Aren't they beautiful…


"Roar" inspired theme for this outfit post.  So, I wore this outfit when I went to Batangas last Christmas. See how the background and the outfit compliment each other? 

Sorry for the awkward pose, at the top photo. I didn't mean to. hahaha.

 I honestly fell in love with the cardigan that I'm wearing. Who wouldn't? classy cardigan + awesome camouflage details? I could marry this one! hahaha  And another awkward pose. for you guys. hahaha.  Perfect kicks for the theme and the whole outfit as well.    And a perfect solo photo of my camouflage cardigan. Be inlove! Cardigan from TerranovaBoots from TerranovaTop from ZaraLeggings from Red Tag (K.S.A)Sunglasses from Jaded (K.S.A)

Beating the Weather

Hey! it's really been a while since my last blog. Sorry for not posting in here for so long. But I kept my looks updated in LookBook for you guys.

For this outfit post, the title says it all. I mean, who would dare to wear knitted sweaters and boots with this kind of weather here in the Philippines? Well, I did. 

Done layering for the first time. It's not that bad, don't you think?

I love the black chain details on my knitted sweater. It suits my style. 

Got boots? wear them out! Boots are also made for summer's hippie and Boho looks. And trust me, they'll look great on you ;)