[From bazaar top, ukay ukay skirt, Tonic heels]

I know it’s kinda not the season for itchy lace and doily looking tops paired with thick suede skirts as it is ABSOLUTELY SCORCHING here in Manila but thank god that it’s air conditioned where my Fashion Design workshop is at!

And If there are two things to be absolute here in this universe it would be lace and the color pink. Just trust me on this okay.

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Without Wax,
The Andrea

"Study of a Woman Smoking" by Andrea Beldua
Ink. Graphite pencils. Charcoal.

"Study of a Woman Smoking" by Andrea Beldua

Ink. Graphite pencils. Charcoal.

fallaciamiserabilis:
Hey! I like your drawing techniques, you really capture movement well.

oh wow, thank you so much! that means a lot! also, i love the aesthetic of your blog! you’re so pretty too <3

[Topshop dress, Shop Dainty Heels, eBay choker]

Decided to shoot my outfit in my grandma’s kitchen for a change (thanks for helping me Raf!). I like how it turned out though with the pots and pans giving the photos an interesting texture especially in black & white.

Anyway, doesn’t this outfit remind you of Audrey Hepburn on crack? With the black dress, sunnies and the spiked choker instead of pearls.

Or idk, maybe that’s just me tryin and failing.

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Without Wax,
The Andrea

Had my nails done today after my Fashion Design Workshop at SOFA! Classic black mani for them witchy hands

Had my nails done today after my Fashion Design Workshop at SOFA! Classic black mani for them witchy hands

Anonymous:
thanks for answering, doll. will try it on my brows one of these days. :)

do show me when you have!

"The Dance III" by Andrea Beldua
Ink and Graphite Pencils.

"The Dance III" by Andrea Beldua

Ink and Graphite Pencils.

All dolled up today!!!

All dolled up today!!!

Afternoon Delight

Model: Raffy Gutierrez

Makeup & Photography by Andrea Beldua

'Study of a Succubus and Pirate'
charcoal, ink, graphite and colored pencils
by Andrea Beldua

'Study of a Succubus and Pirate'

charcoal, ink, graphite and colored pencils

by Andrea Beldua

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