Archive for September, 2008
While waiting to buy my Lanvins, in the meantime I will be happy with my black fringe boots…
…and this season, it’s just more visible than ever! I’ve seen it mostly on Japanese girls and they just look so cute wearing it with short dresses and shorts! So kawaii!!!
(Photos from themoccasinshop.com, shesfashion.blogspot, whowhatweardaily.com, haikucouture.wordpress)
Be still my beating heart!
Soon soon, this Lanvin boot will be MINE!!!
I’ve wanted this for so long, and I really just can’t let go! These boots also go well with everything I own. And it just suits my style you know? Hehehe! I tried looking at other boots - Isabel Marant, Loeffler Randall, etc. but I’ve found nothing at par! So why settle right? Sigh!
When bloggers Agathe and Susie Bubble started wearing latex leggings a year or so ago, I thought it was so avant-garde it was not really going to make its way to the masses.
But fast forward to today and it seems that latex leggings are becoming a street staple! It’s everywhere at every price point, from high street retailer H&M to specialty labels like Kova&T.
Of course, luxury lovers wouldn’t settle with latex and would go for luxe leather, such as this motorcycle pant from The Row which costs a cool $1700…
Now that’s what I call Crazy, Sexy, Cool!
…An ageless land of ancient myths and epic legends. From a castle guarded by warring dragons to a battle of titans beneath the sea, heart-pounding adventure awaits around every corner…
When a statue of a giant eagle welcomes you, you should know it’s going to be another great “adventure” inside the Lost Continent!
But it wasn’t as fun as Toon Lagoon and Suess Landing though. As much as I loved reading fairy tales, mythical characters and fire-breathing dragons as a kid, I just didn’t feel “transported” in time if you know what I mean.
But but but, I love roller coaster rides so Dear Hubby and I definitely tried out the Dueling Dragons roller coaster ride! Two coasters simultaneously go at once and while they are on separate tracks, they give out the illusion of meeting head-on! It was so exhilarating! And the angles were so steep, I had trouble raising my head, I thought I was going to snap my neck off when I forced my head to go up! Crazy!
Other than that, the attractions were mostly shows. We skipped The Eighth Voyage of Sinbad , a live-action stunt show located in the ancient Arabia section and felt shortchanged by Poseidon’s Fury, an indoor special-effects show located in the mythological Greece section. Poseidon’s Fury’s section looked massive and imposing, and the line there was ridiculously long, so when we ended up just standing up the whole time being held “hostage” by Poseidon’s enemy, I just couldn’t wait for it to be over. Yeah, it was kind of a waste of time. Hehe!
Yes! Dear Hubby and I went there!!!
It was sooooo scary! We encountered this T-rex! Waaahhhhh!!!!
We artfully dodged it! But Dear Hubby forced me to take a picture beside the next dinosaur we saw! Huhuhu!
Thank goodness it was not a real dinosaur! And that we were still inside Islands of Adventure! Hahaha!
While in Orlando, we also went to Universal Studios Islands of Adventure, which definitely brought out the kids in us!
I mean, how could you not when you feel like a cartoon character in Toon town?
Dear Hubby and I went to Orlando for a weekend of theme park fun!
It’s the fastest, longest, tallest and only floorless roller coaster in the US, hey, maybe even the world?!