|WHAT SLUSHIE DIDN'T WEAR.|
In honor of this formal event, Slushie had her hair colored (click for an original shade of Slushie) in very un-slushie highlights — glowlingly elegant shades of blonde. I called it Slushie Chic. San Geraldo took it one step further and called it Slushchic. I loved the term and said I would use it. He, however, argued it should be spelled Slushchique. But I control the keyboard.
I saw a great get-up outside a specialty shop. But Slushie had already purchased her elegant little black dress. She looked spectacular. Maybe she can use the outfit I found for something a bit less stuffy — an event where every unnatural shade of Slushie would not be out of place. I'm thinking maybe blue-raspberry Slushie would go well with the red-orange feather boa and tasteful sequined accessories.
|SLUSHCHIC (WITH JUST A HINT OF STRAWBERRY).|
|THE SLUSHIE SALON (AT THE FUENGIROLA ZOO CAFE).|
BLUE-RASPBERRY, THIRD FROM LEFT.
The day before the event, when Slushie showed off her latest hair color(s), a young Finnish tourist stopped off at Cafeteria Manila for a drink. He had his own brand of chic (click here for previous local Finnish fashion). I found it a bit hard on the eyes, but he clearly liked it. He kept his own natural hair color apparently. Slushie could teach him a thing or two.