Waldorf WednesdayWednesday, November 28, 2012
Beauty Mark: Majolica Majorca Lash and Brow Colorist • MAC Pink Nouveau Lipstick • Covergirl and Olay Simply Ageless Concealer
So here's the third look for my Back to School series. For sure every girl out there is familiar with the famous Blair Waldorf. She became a fashion icon when the very hip and scandalous TV series Gossip Girl came out. Everyone wanted to be like her. Who wouldn't? She's intelligent, classy, beautiful and of course, stylish. She made some fashion pieces extra chic, from head bands to colorful tights. We watched her transformation from the Queen Bee in high school to a fashion maven now.
Hence, I chose to channel her in the Havaianas First Dibs event as seen here. I'm always fascinated by tutu skirts because it reminds me of ballerinas and princesses. Well, I think it is perfect to depict her style since Blair Waldorf nearly became a princess and she IS the Queen Bee. Since the skirt is already busy with its "frills," I wore this silky blouse to somehow tone it down and not look over-the-top. I did not wear socks and let the color of my shoes speak for itself. The green hue added life to a very neutral toned look.
This clutch is just the perfect match to my shoes and both are the perfect contrast for my look.
Instead of the usual head band with a big ribbon look of BW, again, I broke the rule by changing it and using a pretty clip. Not only has it a unique design and could look as a small hat from afar, but it also compliment my outfit.
When wearing really short tutu skirts, I advice you to wear lace shorts for a cuter effect or just use a plain one like I did. It also helps when your top really long that exceeds the length of your skirt. *hint hint*
Like Blair, I am also sugar and spice. I can be really sweet and nice and at the same time, as evil as her in scheming. With that, I coincidentally posed the different persona. (Refer to the 2 photos before this.)
red flats Solemate (available in SM Department Store)
Since I will be attending the event and I joined my sister in the last minute, I grabbed my newest flats which I think also complimented my look.
Photos during and after the event:
Whoever said that money doesn't buy happiness didn't know where to shop.
-- Blair Waldorf
Have a great Waldorf Wednesday!
(Photos by Arianne Abella & KC Takasugi)