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MBFD: Andrea Ayala

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For her latest collection, Andrea Ayala sought for inspiration in the work of Roberto Rivera, a relevant Salvadoran artist, who has caught the eye of the artistic industry for his very unique way of conveying his understanding of the world.

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Merlot

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There is a new favourite kid in my town, and that is Studio Makeup’s Merlot Lipstick. The plush shade has a certain class to it, and it goes very well with light skin colours. Considering this to be an almost all-black look, adding little strokes of vibrant tones here and there, gives an extra interest to the outfit. I hope you like it!

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Watered down

IMG_1136 Frankly, when I shop, I am always unintentionally drawn towards the blacks; so I really have to push myself into trying other colours and prints. However, this dress came to be an exception. The minute I saw it, I loved it and wanted to try it on. And it happened that it not only looked good on the hanger but it looked even better when worn. The watered floral print, and the dress’ cut make it a beautiful piece that will easily look great on any body.

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Ecuador

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Following up with my travel posts, from Peru I flew to Ecuador. I would like to say that the second country I visited on my South American trip turned out to be a sweet surprise. As I found out, Quito has the biggest, best preserved colonial city centre in South America; Ecuador is one of the biggest exporters of flowers in Latin America, and Panama hats are not from Panama, but from Ecuador. I hope you enjoy my picture diary featuring Quito, Cuenca & Guayaquil!

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Lima

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As I have mentioned before, I’m currently traveling through South America. I’ve had the luck of visiting some amazing corners of the World! So here is my first travel post of the trip.

My first stop was Lima, Peru’s capital. It was really more of a pit stop as I was barely in the city for a day, but my short stay was surely worth it. The food was amazing, and the coastline was beautiful.

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London: Just Like Home!

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One of the perks of living in many different places is that you meet wonderful, new people. One of the disadvantages of living in many different places is having to say goodbye. London is one of the cities that has left an indelible mark on me. When I’m there, I don’t feel like an outsider; I don’t consider myself as a tourist. It’s easy to spot a tourist from miles away. They usually have a slight lost, but amazed look on them. They’re always carrying one, or two, or even three cameras with them, and if they don’t snap a shot every other minute, they’re not really living the experience. We have all been tourists at least once in our lives. But in London, I’m not one. This is a city that really feels like home to me. I guess that’s why I don’t feel the urge to capture every historic place, monument or moment. Although I would love to share with you all the amazingness that makes London shine, I’m afraid, that this time, I was a lousy blogger. With this said, I wanna leave you with a few pictures of my recent trip to London!

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