Sunday, May 13, 2012

Fab Outing: CasaCor Panama 2012

Hello there! I’ve been M.I.A. for a while –sad face- in my defense I missed you guys!

Will attempt to make it up to you. Hopefully a successful attempt. I have a plan. Word.

Step one: post something! Anything. My visit to Casa Cor 2012 in Panama City last week.

Pic via CasaCor

The main reason for the visit was that one of my dearest friends made the outdoor terrace. The space was fantastic with lots of nooks to seat and talk filled with weather resistant furniture.
    

Visiting after dark was great to get the full effect of the led lights added under and around the wood floor.

Shelly seating with me on her great terrace!
With Lulz lounging on a very expensive & confortable piece of furniture from Indonesia. Good times.

Ok this bathroom looked great but I was a bit afraid of some random bug coming out of the foliage and jumping on my clothes…it has happened, I was 9 on family trip to the highlands enjoying hot cocoa to battle the cold when I realized a huge furry black centipede was hanging out in my lap. Not cool I assure you.


Ok now check out the all important clothes. The shirt and amethyst/silver pendant are my own design, the skirt is part of a suit set from Zara, bag is Calvin Klein and shoes from Colombian brand Studio F. Discuss.

You may wonder how is a short skirt like mine appropriate for the office but let me say it’s all about balance. Easy. The no makeup look is more of a sleep over vanity kind of thing but it helps my cause. Also the masculine/cute/flat shoes are ideal to make a short skirt work for work. Ha. The fabric being pinstripes is a classic staple for executives and the cut gives it an innocent vibe. The shirt with an uncommon button placket is feminine cotton voile in soft lilac with tiny print of cream textured bows; yes mixing prints keeps things interesting even if it’s not that obvious. Going corporate does not mean boring!

Oh yeah the posing happened at the top floor on a cool tunnel with incorporated sound and decorated with pics by photographer Raisa (sorry no clue of her last name) who I met briefly at the cafeteria. Yeah big on facts that’s me.Lol.

 

My favorite item!!!This origami lamp took 3 nights to finish…or so I recall. It had jewelry fastenings to prevent the delicate paper from ripping.

Pic via Ellas Virtual

It was as if the ceiling was dripping jewels! 



Hello amazing bar I wish was on my apartment. The idea behind this space was a beach villa. The ceiling had a sort of soft vinil lining.




 Having fun with the ceiling mirror at CasaCor's organizers space. For some reason we all decided we needed to dress in some serious looking clothes, funny since we are known to have a skinny jeans uniform.


This little cafeteria was also decorated by an architect whose name escapes me...brownies provided by Bocaditos y Mas.


Ah these chairs were amazing, no need for a cushion. The architect in command of the space "The Reserve" was on hand, really cool lady btw. 


Pic via Ellas Virtual. Yeah blogger here forgot her camara.
A wall and dining table at "Kaboom Room" that appeals to my inner 5 year old boy. The table twirls to adjust its height. Fun! Other parts of the space had fabulous art including a rotating hand sculpture.

Another pic via Ellas Virtual

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