Saturday, June 04, 2011

It's my friend's--Ph Chua--birthday party. The theme is to be a barbie doll for a night. Of course, guys should wear a Ken-inspired outfit. But they can be barbified as well. We went to another friend's (Shirleen Hsieh) house to change clothes and those other before-party rituals. My friend Hsieh did the honors of putting my make-up. I'm not really good on putting make-up. I'm such a tomboy. Haha.
Yes, it's embarrassing. But don't worry, I will work on it.
Abi V. and Danna O.
Nia and Toki

What we wore:
Jacket, leggings & pink animal print dress from Bangkok  Black Wedges from Forever21 • Bag borrowed from Hsieh
Classy Abi.
Lovely in Pink Danna
Nia, channeling her inner Miley Cyrus :)
I'm having a hard time looking for a complete picture of me and my friends so here are some of them :)
My ever fierce and stylish friend, JM Rosario.
The ever so funny, Erwin Roxas. He is a Law student by the way. :)
Pretty Kim :)
Mika and her best friend, Michelle :)
Cutie patootie Miho.
We partied like animals. Danced until the events people stopped us because it's time to leave. We even owned the stage. I love the showdown part we had. Everyone was laughing so hard but still being groovy at the same time. We even had a gay beauty pageant that we imitated from a youtube video.

Anyway, happy birthday Ph! Stay beautiful and wonderful! I love you! ♥
(Photos from Danna, Karla and Ph)

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