Dressed in Dreams

DRESSED IN DREAMS


Je is a 21 year old girl from the Philippines and an A.B. Multimedia Arts senior at De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde.

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Thank you so much to Angel of Asian Vogue Shop for sending me this lovely pair of pumps. :D I can’t wait to post an outfit photo wearing these babies. ♥ I’d also like to thank her for sponsoring one of the prizes in my June giveaway. So don’t hesitate to join because you might just be the lucky winner of a gift certificate worth 1,000 php from Asian Vogue! 

And yes, hurricanekitty is open to product sponsorships and collaborations. I’m looking forward to the four collabs planned for July with Anagon Collection, Candy Blush Shop, Hubs and Buns and soon to open, Seria Couture. I’m very excited to work with such talented girls and as to who these girls are, well that’s a surprise but you’re probably following some of them here on Tumblr. ;)

PS. follow asianvogueshop on Tumblr for updates and giveaway alerts!

Thank you so much to Angel of Asian Vogue Shop for sending me this lovely pair of pumps. :D I can’t wait to post an outfit photo wearing these babies. ♥ I’d also like to thank her for sponsoring one of the prizes in my June giveaway. So don’t hesitate to join because you might just be the lucky winner of a gift certificate worth 1,000 php from Asian Vogue!

And yes, hurricanekitty is open to product sponsorships and collaborations. I’m looking forward to the four collabs planned for July with Anagon Collection, Candy Blush Shop, Hubs and Buns and soon to open, Seria Couture. I’m very excited to work with such talented girls and as to who these girls are, well that’s a surprise but you’re probably following some of them here on Tumblr. ;)

PS. follow asianvogueshop on Tumblr for updates and giveaway alerts!

My new shoes from Trunk Show! ♥ I’ve already worn the hot pink one last Friday during my Philippine Fashion Week (mis)adventure with Sam. More on that later. ;) Which pair do you like best? :D

My new shoes from Trunk Show! ♥ I’ve already worn the hot pink one last Friday during my Philippine Fashion Week (mis)adventure with Sam. More on that later. ;) Which pair do you like best? :D

Trunk Show

Trunk Show is a local clothing, footwear and accesories store owned by Miss Bem Lim. Specifically located at the 2nd Level of Trinoma Mall, North Edsa, Quezon City and also at the 2nd Level of Powerplant Mall, Rockwell Center, Makati. But if you want to shop in the comfort of your own home, you can visit their online store at Multiply.



Predominantly known for their stylish shoes, Trunk Show has expanded by adding accesories and apparels in their collections for fashion-savvy ladies. The brand is known for incorporating modern details to classic styles and for their design variety. You can go from casual chic to trendy diva or dainty doll without hurting your pocket. The brand outlets may be small but they are beautifully furnished and successfully maximized without looking cluttered.



I’ve been a fan of Trunk Show ever since I stumbled upon their online store last year and bought my first pair. What I love about them aside from having limited stocks (which means less chances of seeing another girl wearing the same pair as you) is that their products are versatile especially their shoes which are trendy yet wearable! I’ve worn Alana, a 3.5 inch high booties while commuting to school and it didn’t kill my feet. I even got featured on a style website. ;)



I went to Trinoma yesterday to finally pick up the four pairs of shoes I ordered a few months ago which I bought as birthday gifts for myself (when I turned 18!). The reason why I’ve just picked them up now, is that last term, my classes end late and I didn’t want to risk it since I’m not really familiar with the place. Plus, I’ve had enough of getting remarks from random manong epal/passersby whenever I go home late… psst, sexy… hi Sandara. /wrist



Fortunately, the owner is accommodating and patient so ta-da! My shoes are still there and they are as lovely as ever. I really should have gotten them earlier! I’ll post the pictures tomorrow. In the meantime, check out Trunk Show’s latest collection which is very summer themed (as seen in the photos); animal prints, nautical stripes, flowy tank tops, pretty penny loafers, boat shoes, dainty braided sandals, wooden clogs, boater hats and so much more! I suggest you drop by Trunk Show yourself and shop your heart out because all their items are reasonably priced ranging from 450 to less than 2k php. Happy shopping! :)

PS. I just found out that one of my sister’s friends was classmates with the owner. My ate told me when she saw my Trunk Show shopping bags at our room… small world!

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Strappy studded heels from People are People (Syrup Los Angeles, USA) 

I wore this pair on my birthday and a recent date with Kev. :) Some people get impressed on my ability to commute, even on rush hours, wearing high heels. Which is a skill innate on petite girls :)) chos! It was love at first sight (lol) when I saw this at People are People. I must admit though, their clothes are rip-offs/overpriced. I mean, for a local retail store that doesn’t even manufacture or design their own clothes, their price range is ridiculous. And haven’t you noticed that PRP clothes don’t have tags with their own name (People are People) but with different brands (like Denim Spice)? I read here that they just get their supplies from Bangkok and their shirt designs are simply imitations. Proof? I bought a pair of pants from them once, imagine my dismay the next day when I saw an exact replica of it at a tiangge (most tiangges get their supplies from Bangkok too) for probably more than half the price, ugh. But I like their shoes; they’re gorgeous and unusually affordable. Such a shame that the quality didn’t impress me that much. It was only the 2nd time I wore this pair when one of the straps suddenly snapped while I was walking. :|

Strappy studded heels from People are People (Syrup Los Angeles, USA)

I wore this pair on my birthday and a recent date with Kev. :) Some people get impressed on my ability to commute, even on rush hours, wearing high heels. Which is a skill innate on petite girls :)) chos! It was love at first sight (lol) when I saw this at People are People. I must admit though, their clothes are rip-offs/overpriced. I mean, for a local retail store that doesn’t even manufacture or design their own clothes, their price range is ridiculous. And haven’t you noticed that PRP clothes don’t have tags with their own name (People are People) but with different brands (like Denim Spice)? I read here that they just get their supplies from Bangkok and their shirt designs are simply imitations. Proof? I bought a pair of pants from them once, imagine my dismay the next day when I saw an exact replica of it at a tiangge (most tiangges get their supplies from Bangkok too) for probably more than half the price, ugh. But I like their shoes; they’re gorgeous and unusually affordable. Such a shame that the quality didn’t impress me that much. It was only the 2nd time I wore this pair when one of the straps suddenly snapped while I was walking. :|

I bought this cute pair yesterday :) I’m starting to buy a lot of flats now since I finally gave up on wearing heels at school… it’s suicide!! :| Anyway, I only had 1 class yesterday which was P.E. (dance) we were asked to choreograph a folk dance with the aid of a (confusing) written guide of the Cariñosa dance steps and I’m quite proud of myself because I actually got to help (and I can’t dance at all!). I racked my brain trying to remember all the folk dances I had to endure throughout high school and it paid well. The prof said we were very good and our choreography was awesome yeaaah! :> After class, I met up with Kev in SM to watch Toy Story 3 and have lunch.

PS. I had my bangs cut short last Tuesday haha surprise surprise… I’ll probably blog about that & our date tomorrow. :)

I bought this cute pair yesterday :) I’m starting to buy a lot of flats now since I finally gave up on wearing heels at school… it’s suicide!! :| Anyway, I only had 1 class yesterday which was P.E. (dance) we were asked to choreograph a folk dance with the aid of a (confusing) written guide of the Cariñosa dance steps and I’m quite proud of myself because I actually got to help (and I can’t dance at all!). I racked my brain trying to remember all the folk dances I had to endure throughout high school and it paid well. The prof said we were very good and our choreography was awesome yeaaah! :> After class, I met up with Kev in SM to watch Toy Story 3 and have lunch.

PS. I had my bangs cut short last Tuesday haha surprise surprise… I’ll probably blog about that & our date tomorrow. :)

I bought these babies today ♥o♥

Kev and I went on a date… it’s his first day of class and it’s been weeks since we last saw each other. I really missed him. :) We ate at The French Baker, their service is quite horrible :l but the food is awesome! After eating, I went shopping and he had his haircut at David’s, he likes his new hair a lot and I do too, he looks neat now! And oh, we also ran into some old classmates, Bianca and Lawrence.

I bought these babies today ♥o♥

Kev and I went on a date… it’s his first day of class and it’s been weeks since we last saw each other. I really missed him. :) We ate at The French Baker, their service is quite horrible :l but the food is awesome! After eating, I went shopping and he had his haircut at David’s, he likes his new hair a lot and I do too, he looks neat now! And oh, we also ran into some old classmates, Bianca and Lawrence.