Saturday, August 11, 2012


Saltimbanco -from the Italian "saltare in banco", which literally means "to jump on a bench"-explores the urban experience in all its myriad forms: the people who live there, their idiosyncrasies and likenesses, families and groups, the hustle and bustle of the street and the towering heights of skyscrapers. Between whirlwind and lull, prowess and poetry, Saltimbanco takes spectators on an allegorical and acrobatic journey into the heart of the city.

Saltimbanco is a Cirque du Soleil signature show inspired by the urban fabric of the metropolis and its colorful inhabitants. Decidedly baroque in its visual vocabulary, the show's eclectic cast of characters draws spectators into a fanciful, dreamlike world, an imaginary city where diversity is a cause for hope.

dress from Gina Benotti, sandals from S. Oliver, bag from Michael Kors, silver-gold and gold necklaces from Italy, gold bangle from italy, sunglasses from Michael Kors, gold watch from mom  

I feeling like going glitzy today so I wore beaded sandals, orange bag with gold accents and lots of gold accessories

My brother and I went to MOA early because I haven't visited the newly-opened F21 branch there.
Had dinner at Karate Kid before heading to MOA Arena. Was kinda sleepy so I'm thrilled when I saw that there is Starbucks inside and that you can eat and drink during the show. woot! :)

Joyce: my donut is pichit!
me and Andre: pacute! what pichit? baka pisat! wahaha!

I totally enjoyed the show! My brother told me that he wants to watch all the circus shows coming over. I want too! Plus, I also want to watch Phantom of the Opera and Potted Potter but argh! I kinda shopped a lot last week, I need to save again. Hihi!

I miss dressing up! One last week in the community and I'll be back in Manila with a rotation that has postduties off so yehey! :) Hoping to post more bloggable outfits, haha!