Down the Aisle

by Nicole Desuasido


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Line&Dot dress, Coach legacy bag, Zara heels

I attended the Valdman's wedding last Friday at the Red Horse Barn in Newcastle Gardens. Driving up to suburbia was quite the experience-- we ate nothing but fast food, dealt with an enormous amount of traffic and encountered crazy characters that freak me out of ever wanting to plant myself in such a remote area. The wedding in itself was adorable but the driving was crucial since we headed to Woodside the next day. We kept ourselves entertained by playing silly car games like name that tune. Thank God there is an app for that called SongPop-- it's so much fun.


beauty favorites

by Nicole Desuasido


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I've already done a very similar post here but just to refresh, these are my favorite products I use for my face and body.

1. Wash: Shiseido White Lucent Brightening Cleansing Foam, $35

2. Tone: Shiseido White Lucent Brightening Softner, $48

3. Moisturize: Shiseido Bio-Performance Whitening Moisturizer, $98

4. Sunscreen: Shiseido Sun Protection Cream SPF 38, $32

5. Nails: Essie Nail Polish in Ballet Slippers, $8 and OPI Nail Lacquer in Alpine Snow, $8

6. Soap: Dove, $2

7. Fragance: Jo Malone White Jasmine and Mint, $60

8. Wipes: Ponds Cleansing & Makeup Removing Towelettes, $5

9. Lotion: Nivea Smooth Sensation, $8


Award Tour

by Nicole Desuasido


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On Sunday we went up for a hike to the Tourist Club located inside Muir Woods, about a 30 minute drive up north from San Francisco. Took the Dipsea Trail that lead us up Mount Tamalpais, overlooking breathtaking views, through the redwood trees into this big German beer house filled with people drinking, playing board games all in the middle of the woods that had a similar feel to the Elysium from Wanderlust.  After miles of walking aimlessly, it really was a treat to arrive to this point and relax with good company. My lululemon gear didn't really cut it for "cool" hiking attire but I am in the market for some hiking boots and I would've worn shorts but my fear of being attacked by bugs always forces me to wear pants. The idea of hiking to booze sounded pretty neat and I'd definitely recommend to go here for a good workout. Just bring snacks and be prepared for some serious steps to climb--- my legs were shaking after we were done and my bum is still sore.