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From TOKYO to MANILA

by KIKO C., King of pork from the Philippines but living in Japan, Japan

73 comments · 3 · August 4, 2012

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  1. gold suspender

    ,

    2nd hand

    , in Suspenders
  2. traditional hat

    ,

    2nd hand

    , in Hats
  3. tee

    ,

    Zara

    , in Zara Shirts
  4. duffle bag

    ,

    Balmain

    , in Balmain Bags
  5. hand cuff

    ,

    2nd hand

    , in Jewelry
  6. Can tabs bracelet

    ,

    D.I.Y.

    , in Jewelry

My bag was almost 10 kilos and I still have a belt bag where my passport, phone and wallet were located. It`s very convenient having belt bag when you are travelling.

This was my look when I arrived in Manila last June. It was my first time to travel alone. Thankfully no hassle. I can`t wait to come back again. I just miss Manila. My hometown. Hopefully I could go back next year by May. I want to attend the Philippine Fashion week next year so I hope I could get an invitation. anyone? hehe. I was not able to use my invitation the last time.

Ciao
XOXO

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Comments (73)

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Alexandra D
love it :) super nice!
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Seb Dang
absolutely love it !!!
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Claire Walker
Gorgeous :D
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Stef Uy
didn't realize you were filipino :)
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