I always complain how I have nothing to wear every year during our Passion Awards but I know deep down that this is one of the things I look forward to the most every year, haha.  I LOVE dressing up, if only I can afford all the clothes I want, lol.

Anyway, this year’s theme is circus and we were required to wear something black, white, or silver in contrast to the loud colors of our theme.  I decided to wear my long black dress from The Row.  I bought this about two years ago but haven’t had the chance to wear it.  It looks quite plain and not formal but when worn, I think it looks pretty decent? Would you believe I bought this for Php 250? 😉 What a steal! I’d never be caught buying a dress worth thousands of pesos only for me not to wear it again.

I’ve been going to the gym for about two months and I’m finally seeing progress.  Heh.  I’m quite proud of how the dress turned out.  Look at that slit! LOL.

Another exciting thing about the Passion Awards is the photoshoot! Heeee.  Perfect excuse to take lots of photos!

Our Greatest Showman, Sir Levi!

Grand winners!

SCM <3 I will miss you! Our last photo together with me as Purchasing Specialist from PascualLab Supply Group 🙁

Congratulations, Ate Sandra!

Oooh, this was a nice shot.  Thanks, Brith!

Went straight to Vertis North after.  Good thing my heels weren’t that difficult to walk on! I didn’t want to wear flats because my dress is really long and even while on heels, I always step on it.  Huhu.

Year two of joining the audit team during Passion Awards.  Thank you for allowing me to be part of your group sometimes 😉

Messy hair, don’t care.  Backpack with heels, too! Heee.  The event ended earlier than expected so I had dinner with Gla, Jenny, and Lily after.  It will be my fifth passion awards next year and hopefully, I’ll still be part of the company by then 😉

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