Friday, August 2, 2013

ESOTICO JEWELRY LAUNCH

Last Thursday, ACME Jewelry invited me in R Space events venue to witness the launching of their latest line of exotic and trend-setting jewelry for the modern, stylish and chic Filipina, which is ESOTICO.
Esotico jewelry is a creative fusion of diverse ethnic and elegant classic elements - a stylish combination for the adventurous and bold woman who strives for perfection. With high quality materials from local and imported gems, Esotico is truly incomparable. This new collection will definitely suit the taste of every young, smart and modern Pinay.
Cocktails started at 6 o'clock in the evening. I'm glad that I got there on time, I still had the time to check every photos and every jewelry display around. Most of the people got late because of the rainfall plus rush hour, so the program proper started a little late also. But waiting for it to start was not a problem at all, because I enjoyed eating different kind of hors d'oeuvres drinking red wine, while chit chatting with your date and other guests in the event. And yeah, that's me posing.
Let's proceed to the program, the owner of  jewelry line gave an opening remarks and a little background about the brand Esotico. I remembered that he said Esotico means ethnic and not exotic. He really emphasized it because a lot of people got mistaken for its meaning. 
After a few minutes, all the seven models came out one by one wearing the featured collections; The Aqua, Curve, Midnight, Fringe, Nacar, Tango Tangerine, The Rock, and my favorite of all, the Crazy Corals.
I'm the type of girl who doesn't wear too much accessories. I'm minimalist so I just wear earrings then wrist watch most of the time and if I will add another, that would be necklace. Bangles and rings are kind of irritating for me. So, I guess this collection is perfect with style. I love all the colors and textures that you can see on every design.
Sheer Plaid Button Down: Zara / Floral Skirt: Thrifted / Nude Ankle Strap Heels: Mango / Gold Watch: Michael Kors


It was a semi formal event and I was in the mood to wear something different. Sheer plaids and florals, my inspiration for this outfit was Dries Van Noten SS/2013. So what do you think? Achieved?

You visit their first branch in Ground Floor Robinson's Manila, Faura Wing.
Please also like (Esotico Jewelry) and you can check more photos from the event at their facebook page. Jenni Epperson, Jinri Park, and Shamcey Supsup were also present.

6 comments:

  1. Amazing skirt and you have pulled this outfit off perfectly! Looks like something straight off the runway x
    Charlotte

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  2. in love with this post, and your whole entire blog in general.

    lots of love from the casper&pearl girls – a little Aussie fashion brand
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  3. it was sooo niiicee to be feinally meeting you on this event! I'm really hoping to see you on the next event again! :)

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  4. that skirt is diviiine!! ♥ ♥

    Michael Macalos
    http://michaelmacalos.com

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  5. Bet ko this outfitey! Love the skirt!

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  6. Amazing experience to view fabulous jewelry! Absolutely love how u paired a flannel & a floral skirt. Lovely mix of patterns & colors for sure :)
    www.speakstyleandrock.com

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