Quirkypedia: Unique and Quirky Accessories for Every Girly Girl
When in Manila, it’s always fun to accessorize. Since our all-year-round warm weather doesn’t really enable us to jazz up our outfits with layers, accessorizing is the next best thing that we can do to really set ourselves apart from the rest – or at least that’s what I think. :p
Accessorizing isn’t always enough for me, though. When it comes to my accessories, uniqueness is always key. That’s why I fell in love with Quirkypedia the minute I set eyes on their floral connector accessories sometime last year.
See my full outfit post for this here: http://www.lilmisswonderwoman.com/2013/06/age-and-me.html
Although I am generally not a girly girl per se, I loved how unique this piece was and bought it right away. Luckily for me, it only cost Php180! What a steal! After that, it has pretty much just been an uphill love affair for me with Quirkypedia. Mostly with their floral connector accessories…
…but also with a lot of their other items.
I recently fell in love with this wired accessory of theirs, for example, which I immediately ordered without thinking twice once again.
What I loved about it the most is the fact that it has a gladiator Wonder-Woman-y superhero feel to it, but I also loved that it is completely customizable. That’s right. I chose the word ‘hope’ myself, which happens to be my favorite word. However, you can get your very own customized version for this, too, with any word that you want on it (though you will probably want to stick to a maximum of four letters, so it won’t look awkward when you wear it).
Did I mention that it only costs Php150? Quirkypedia is just full of affordability for everyone!
Aside from connector accessories, Quirkypedia also boasts of floral headbands, stacked bracelets, wired bracelets, wrapping/craft paper books, bohemian necklaces, crochet dream catchers, and other amazing customizable accessories and finds for you to fall in love with.
Quirkypedia actually began in 2009 when hair accessories, fascinators, multi-chain and beaded headbands, and flashy headdresses were part of the hottest trends. Initially, the owner – Khai Nunag – was just making her personal accessories until people noticed. That is when she set up an online shop to showcase her stunning designs.
This dreamcatcher necklace is another must-have from Quirkypedia!
“I wanted to reach out to the taste of the youth, hence the colorful and dainty style that Quirkypedia exudes,” says Khai. “I want to be able to tickle their fancy when it comes to style and fashion and inspire them, so that they, too, can make something productive out of creativity.”
As you can see, Quirkypedia is the perfect store to run to whether you are looking for customizable accessories to help you stand out, unique gifts to give to your loved ones or floral anythings to wear to your next music festival (7107, anyone?). Bring out the girly girl in you when in Manila with Quirkpedia! 🙂