Monthly archives "July 2012"

My Fav Spikes

Lately, I’ve been a little spender on everything considering relocating all my allowances to invest for a new office. So, when this shoes came. It was a pleasure for me, like a little girl getting lots of candies. Hahahahaha. Sally told me about this website, Solestruck where they have unique and funky shoes. That’s how I got them. My friends was teasing me saying that my husband should get a Harley- Davidson since I can wear this shoes sitting behind him riding it. Well, he cannot even ride a motorcycle. Hahahahah. He’ s not that type of a person. :)


Shoes: Jeffrey Campbell ( )

Jacket: Tommy Hilfiger (

Jegging: Giordano

DIY spike bracelet ( previous post )

Bag: Balenciaga ( black partime giant hardware )

Vania and Edwin’s Wedding

Wedding season has begun. Warren and me had to make s many dresses for this particular wedding, Vania ( Warren’s cousin )and Edwin. Vania is actually also a fashion designer but she let us made her wedding dress because there’s a rule in Chinese tradition which doesn’t allow a girl to make their own wedding gown. So that’s the story of Warren and me got the privilege to make her wedding gown. I wish I took more picture of her.

Ellyna ( Warren’s cousin ), Warren, Me, Cing-Cing, Diana ( Warren’s sister )

Ellyna was wearing long peach silk chiffon dress with laser cut flower and leaves.

Warren was wearing a long dusty rose duchess satin and tulle with laser-cut leaves, crystals and beads.

I was wearing a long one-shoulder grey velvet dress with crystals and mother of pearls details.

Cing-Cing was wearing a long blue satin bias-cut dress.

Diana was wearing a long peach silk chiffon dress with full beaded bodice.

My beloved partner in business, Warrren and there’s me :)

Warren’s jeweled clutch: Le Ciel Design.

Decoration: Steve Decor

Vania and Edwin ( the bride and the groom) Her gown was made off all lace all over from the bodice to the bottom but with the combination of long tulle train at the back. She wanted it simple and got the classic idea from Audrey Hepburn. She’s indeed a very pretty petite girl, that’s why simple and classic suits her very well.

The Bride-maids. They were wearing duchess satin midi dresses with details of lace and crystals bow-like on the belts.

All gowns by: Nancy and Warren Couture