i think i'm getting there

I went to the engagement party of my friends, Jasper & Veronica today. We were not allowed to go to the actual engagement ceremony because we are also having our engagement ceremony soon (this Saturday!). In Chinese customs it is not advisable for other engaged couples to attend the ceremony to prevent the "tug-of-war" of good luck. We do have quite a bit of weird customs & traditions that we need to follow. I'll let you in on those next week after my engagement ceremony. ;)

What I wore to the party:
Tsumori Chisato dress, Zara sandals, black clutch

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  2. my dear anonymous, why are you placing link on my blog? you just bought shoes today aren't you satisfied? hehehe. bleh!

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  3. really nice sandals-very oryginal:)

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  4. I'd say it's a very pretty dress too! (besides the gorgeous shoes). Still, I raised my eyebrows when reading that you couldn't assist to the actual ceremony! It's an interesting tradition...it actually works?

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  5. kpriss: Well, my friend told me about her engaged friend who were attended the engagement ceremony of her other friend. and both of them (the engaged girls) got into a minor car accident. I'm not sure if it's just a coincidence or something but I guess it is better to be safe than sorry. :)

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  6. Wow! Amazing! It sure is better to prevent! I thought it was like something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue thing, you see.. Completely innocent. Then again, maybe it's the power of respected tradition that works like that for you! Impressive, I must say, in terms of respect and effects also!

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  7. kpriss: true true. it's better to follow traditions though sometimes there are stuff that are plain silly but you must respect it.

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  8. Oh those shoes - totally amazing!

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  9. I love the shoes!!! I was surprised and happy as well to find a fellow blogger from Manila :-)

    Great blog and superb style!!

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  10. haha maybe we could trade wardrobes when i get back in manila.. have loads left but unworn and too much clutter already! i wanna start living simply and less clothes :)

    ur shoes are *sigh* u know already :)

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  11. okay, i realize this was posted a long time ago but i gotta give my love to your DRESS! i absolutely adore tsumori chisato, and ohmygosh that is a killer piece. it's so adorable.

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  12. really nice sandals-very oryginal:)

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