Peach Poodle


I took some quick snaps today to add more peach into my Instagram feed! I have been enjoying trying to keep with the theme and colors. It's challenging and a bit frustrating at times. Though I admit I get a sense of instant gratification when my feed is how I want it to be.

This outfit is one I got from Romwe before. While I am not a fan of the flower embellishments on the collar, I adore the electric pleats on the dress. Chiffon is in itself a dreamy fabric, and the pleats add to  the daintiness and delicateness of the dress. It is pretty breezy so I threw on a floral denim vest.

Additionally, I made a matching peach floral headpiece just to bring the look altogether. And I think my voluminous wig pretty much explains the title of this post! Kidding aside, the bijou design from Gothic Lolita Wigs would always be a favorite. The curls give an instant dolly look, while the short length exposes details like the neckline/collar.



I have another accessory that I am so proud to share! Early this year I was able to get in touch with Jiandra of M'Lady, a Philippine-based fashion line of both cute and elegant bags, and other accessories like harnesses. They are located in Marikina, which happens to be the shoe capital of the said country. That said, one could expect good quality from the brand, aside from the adorable design.   I particularly adore the scallop edges of this purse. It is also big enough to hold my phone, wallet, bb cushion, and lip balm.


And I do believe that I had the guidance of the fashion fairies when I chanced upon M'Lady, as the bag matches this pair of shoes I have had for 3 years. It is definitely cute coincidence, which makes coordinating outfits a lot easier for me, as I always see to it that a couple of items from my outfit match. Both the bag and shoes share this particular brown. I have two more bags to share with you soon, so stay tuned. Meanwhile, please take a peek at the current collection and shop as soon as you find one to your liking. Most designs are limited edition! You may get in touch with Jiandra via e-mail: jiandra.alda@gmail.com and the shop's local phone number: +63 942 260 5291.

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