Victoria’s Secret Asymmetric Lace is All About Seduction

September 6th, 2013

Victoria's Secret Asymmetric Mesh

There’s something sexy about asymmetrical style, especially when it involves lace. I’m totally in love with this new bridal collection from Victoria’s Secret. Not only does it hug your waist and hips right but it also brings out your style. Reveal your sexy self but at the same time still looking high and elegant in this little boudoir. US$58.

Wedding Dresses: Which Type are You?

August 17th, 2013

Choosing the right dress for your wedding is not an easy task to do, especially if you consider yourself an indecisive type. Which is why, I’m here to help you in deciding what to wear. You want to be careful in choosing because the dress represents your personality. If you’re still wondering where to look, well… look no more, I found a perfect shop for you. DressFirst has a lot of gorgeous collection and not just that, all dresses are tailored-made and they come in affordable prices. So you can definitely look beautiful without spending too much.

As I mentioned before, your dress represents your personality, so let’s find out which type you are!

1. Ballgown Dresses.
DressFirst Ballgown Wedding Dresses

There’s always a princess in every girl and this type of gown represents that just right. Ballgown dresses are designed for those who are into glamorous, elaborate and fairytale-weddings. What I love about ballgown dresses is the beautiful contour that print the upper body (because mostly they’re designed in corset style) and the gentle flowing from waist down. Ballgown dresses are totally for those who aren’t afraid in expressing themselves in the most flamboyant way!

2. The Empire Waist Dresses.
DressFirst Empire Waist Dresses

I personally love empire-waist style for its elegance and simplicity. Those who are mellow, subtle and classic-romantic usually choose empire-waist dress as their option because they’re simple yet still elegant and artistic. Plus, it gives you more space to move around freely.

3. The A-line Dresses.
DressFirst A Line Dresses

A-line dresses is the ideal choice because it represents both the ballgown and the empire waist personalities. It has a fairy-tale wedding concept beneath the style and art & simplicity in the other. A-line dresses are perfect for those who want to hold into their princess wedding and at the same time still adore simplicity and elegance.

3 Smart Ways to Save Money on Your Wedding Day

July 9th, 2013


How you dress makes an impact on people, especially on your wedding day. All eyes will be on you and for that, you want to look your best. It’s amazing how one style of dress can determine your personality just like that. For example, we tend to think that brides who are wearing big ball-gowns are princess-type and those who wear simple strapless mermaid style are the conservative ones. I’ve seen so many brides look so different on their wedding day, some look really beautiful, others don’t look good at all. Finding the right dress that matches your personality can be quite a challenge, especially when it comes to the price tag.

I have 2 good friends who are getting married this month and when I met them last time, they were complaining about how expensive their wedding cost were, especially when it comes to dressing up the bride and groom. I’m not surprised because wedding dresses and tuxedos can be very expensive indeed — but that doesn’t mean you can’t get the dress of your dreams because there’s always a solution to every problem, right? Here are 3 smart ways to solve that!

Rent, Don’t Buy
There are many services that let you rent dresses online, and other clothing and accessories as well. They are excellent opportunities to wear designer clothing without having to break your budget. The rental service still does cost money, so you will still need to be careful depending on your budget. However, it allows for a great way to save money but still be the fashionista to which you aspire.

Wait for Sales
Another way to save money on clothing is to wait for sales, or even just shop the clearance rack. These are typically last season’s style and are very hit or miss, but you can often find something that you like at a significant discount. You can even find designer dresses for up to 80% off. If you shop online, you can usually find even more sales. You can search for special offers and deals. Many times, if you sign up for emails or Facebook feeds, you can get offers to save money.

Flash and Warehouse Sales
Another way to save on designer dresses is look for flash and warehouse sales. These are quick sales where stores are getting rid of their excess stock to prepare for the new line. If you catch these, you can often pay very little money for great clothing. Physical warehouse and flash sales tend to only be in cities where the designers are located, like New York and Los Angeles. However, the internet offers many companies that offer flash sales for a variety of designers.

So, there you have it. 3 ways to get the dress of your dreams without hurting your budget! Good luck, ladies : )

4 Great Hair Pieces to Create a Fabulous Wedding Hair Style

June 12th, 2013

There’s not a bride out there that does not want to look stunning on her wedding day; hence the hours spent looking for the perfect dress venue, accessories, caterer, cake…etc. Of course choosing a hair style and accessories for your big day is no exception. There are various styles which brides-to-be can choose from, however if it’s a volumous, full hairstyle you’re after, using a hair piece to add oomph to your hair may be the way to go. If this is something you’d consider, we’ve helped you out by compiling a list of four amazing hairpieces that you can use to achieve fabulous wedding hair:

1. Chignon hairpiece.
Brides who are looking for a classic and elegant updo should try the Chignon. This popular type of hairstyle can be traced back to Ancient Greece and is commonly worn with accessories such as flowers or ornate hairpins.


There are three types of chignons that are very popular these days—bouffant, side part and sleek chignon. The Bouffant is more retro looking and can easily be created into a fabulous hairstyle using a chignon hairpiece to give extra body to the look. The Side part chignon, on the other hand, has a more dramatic effect and looks better if worn low. Lastly, the sleek chignon is the one to use if it’s a smooth and sophisticated look you’re after.

2. Jawclip hairpiece.
One of the most simplest, yet elegant hairstyles that a bride can opt for is the loose side ponytail. It exudes a romantic and laid-back look which is perfect for beach weddings.


The Jawclip hairpiece is fantastic for brides who want this style, but have thin or short hair. If wanting more of a beachy feel – go for one that has subtle waves.

3. 3/4 Fall hairpiece.
This is a great hairpiece for brides who want to wear their hair down on their big day, but are hesitant because of the ever-common problem of having flat or thin hair. They can easily use a 3/4 fall hairpiece to add more volume and body to their hair.

3-4 Piece

Also a great addition to add body and length for brides who have short hair but want to sport some length on their wedding day.

4. Fringe hairpiece.
If a bride-to-be is not rocking a set of bangs, but is dead set on a wedding hair style with a fringe, then the little less-conventional fringe hairpiece is perfect.


This is another great way of testing whether a fringe would actually suit a face without making the big commitment of cutting your own (after all, getting married is a big enough commitment already without adding your locks to it!)

Want to sport a hair piece on your wedding day? Visit Chiquel, a premium online wig, hair extension and hair piece retailer who can ship their products all over the world!