Monday, August 22, 2011

Outfit Diary: A Dream Come True

I attended the 18th birthday of my cousin over the weekend with my family & some relatives. It was held at the Glass Garden in Pasig. The place was beautiful. It's like a garden but indoor. My cousin looked like a princess in her gown. Having a debut party is a dream come true for some girls. Not only for the debutante but for the parents as well. Of course, there's no party without photo op! Here's some of the pix! :)

Love this photo! Ok ba? haha! :D

yehesss naman si sister! haha! 

dress: miss essentials
shoes: The Landmark
nailpolish: Vamp by Bobbie

Naalala ko tuloy nung nag debut ako (don't ask me when lol!). I did not wear a gown but I wore a pink long dress. I didn't know anything about make up then that's why my face was greasy & mind you in all pictures! hahaha! :D My bangs naman was curled and with spray net pa (can you guess that era? haha). But thank God I was able to celebrate it kahit papano. Trivia: It's super memorable to me kahit simple lang. If you wanna know why, ask me! haha! :)

How about you? How did you spend your debut? Feel free to share!



Gellie Abogado said...

you're so rocking the mini black dress and your cousin really does look like a princess! ;)

MissGennD said...

Wiit wiw! tekti!

Aya said...

Jen!!! You look lovelyyyyy <3

Parang debutante rin ang beauty oh :D

Sweethestia said...

Love it! sna makapag tube dress din ako... sexy!!

Apple said...

love your little black dress ate jen! ;)

Unknown said...

didn't somebody special sing to you too that night (debut mo)? ;-)

Mar said...

Every girl needs a mini black dress, and you look really chic wearing yours, love how you paired it with the gray shoes! Btw, your cousin's gown is soo magical, such a fairy tale type of a debut, looks like such a splendid occasion. Thanks for sharing! - Mar
-Not Your Ordinary Beauty Queen-

Anonymous said...

I love your dress ate! :) available pa ba yan? :D HAHA! And of course my bff looks pretty!xoxo :)

Unknown said...

Love the color motif. Pink and black -- so Parisian chic! I'm planning to use that for my daughter's baptism as well. =)

sugar sugar said...

you look great jen! :)