Its so much fun joining the festivals - enjoying with lots of people, walking around, being entertained by various sights such as specialty stores, booths, mascots, street artists, etc. And the most fun part is learning about the essence of celebrating each festivals.
The British Embassy in the Philippines, with partnership of the local government of Taguig City, celebrates their Annual The Great British Festival 2014 last March 2014 at Bonifacio High Street. From British global fashion brands to known English foods, cars, wines, tourist attractions and various kinds of entertainment with these 3-days event the Great British Festival shares their proud cultures and traditions to the Filipinos and encouraging us to experience and have fun being an English.
With the help of my camera and phones, here is the first part of my post for this amazing festival. Scroll down and have fun!
The classic boys' toy - vintage car. Nowadays, especially here in Manila, we can see these toys during themed-weddings and elite occasions.
I really admire T.M.Lewin latest collections of suits and ties for our gorgeous men. I do believe that wearing simple-tailored clothing like TM Lewin will make every man, looking fresh and dashing, and can make every ladies dropped their undies (ooppss!)
Don't EAT: It's not macaroons. It's SOAP :)
from the British label River Island now in SM Aura Premier
loving this British-inspired backdrop!
Enjoy the summer heat like a true young English. Lee Cooper London showcased their latest proud collection. Also have shops in SM Aura Premier and Greenbelt Makati
Kids enjoyed having glittery English icons!
your belle and Mickey Mouse having our selfie. Geez I need a monopod! Contact me please!!!
Great Britain is not only known for its finest culture and royalty and grand castles. hey are also known for racing cars, like this sexy jaguar.... and outdoor movie (.. remember the scene at Nothing Hill?).
Lastly doing me selfie! This is Great Britain, this is life!
Stay tune for my next post about The Great British Festival 2014.
Love lots, Blair