One of the things I loved the most in my performance during the BT@20: Going Neh-she-nuhl are my outfits! I love them all! You’ve probably seen a preview of them in my most recent post, BT Went Neh-she-nuhl (Part 4): Birthing Pains and the Joys of Seeing the Baby. Too bad that, because of my nervousness, I forgot to ask someone to take pictures of me up close! Soooo, days after the event, I dragged my beloved husband (who was coming down with a flu that day, poor baby) to take pictures of me wearing my outfits again. Here they are:
As Judge #1, Kate Middleton ang peg ko.
To further channel being royalty, I wore this mini-hat. Let me reiterate that the show was funny, therefore I no longer bought an expensive head accessory. Basta may element ng pang-London, gora na!
- Teal-colored, velvet-fabric dress from Cacharel
- Open-toed slingback sandals from Aerosoles
- Head accessory from Greenhills
(Chika minute: As I was doing this “photoshoot” aka kaartehan with my ailing husband, I overheard our new helpers whispering to Yaya Isay: “OK lang kay Sir ‘yang mga ganyan-ganyan ni Ma’am?“)
As Judge #2. I was called “Ang dating Gandhi, Ms. Indi-na Gandhi”.
- Indian outfit borrowed from Rhia Frio
- Necklace na ginawang pendant borrowed from my mother-in-law
This is my favorite outfit! Too bad this ensemble isn’t mine. This is from my fashionable spiritual mentor, Rhia Frio. I was told she wore this on her son’s high school graduation just for kicks. O diba ang fab niya talaga?
Aaand here I am as Judge #3, as I acted like an airhead beauty queen:
I was not able to re-wear my “beauty queen” dress during my photo shoot with hubby. Too bad my hair was down and I don’t have a photo showing the best asset of my dress: its ruched bodice and the pink silk/satin ribbon that holds the dress to the wearer’s neck. Here’s how it looks like:
- Chocolate brown Charlotte Russe cocktail dress
- Plastic crown lent by my one-year old niece Yoona
What about you, what’s your favorite among these outfits? 🙂
Tell me what you think!
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