Las Vegas Outfits & Vlog


My friend hooked us up with cheap
flights again and we took a just over 48 hour trip to Vegas. Here’s what happened
because nothing really stays in Vegas. I went day clubbing which is way less
sleepier than night clubbing. I got two custom bikinis made from the Toronto
local brand Unika and honestly my life has changed. I’m broad up top, lumpy all
over, with no butt. They added a dip in the back which is a game changer for flat
bums like mine. My boobs are spaced really far apart so tops often cut
inward a bit too much causing really unflattering armpit fat, so my top was
cut wider in the center to accommodate for that. The one thing I wanted to do in
Vegas was eat at a ridiculous buffet we went to the Bacchanal at around 2:00, got
the lunch prices and me and the rest of the Asians in Vegas exclusively took
from the seafood station. I thought it was worth it and the rest of the trip we
just ate at every American burger chain and compared burgers. We went to White
Castle, Shake Shack, and In n Out. For a non-drinker and non partier I had a lot
of fun just walking the strip and getting sensory overloaded. We made a quick trip up to the Neon
Museum which is so so so worth it. It’s technically a very short experience but
if you talk to the staff they’re so passionate about the place and they can
tell you incredible stories about each and every sign. I also didn’t realize
that I kind of no longer fit into my summer clothes but still bear no regrets
from the buffet. We went to the Rio after to see the Penn & Teller show
because Stefan is a complete magic nerd. We bought a vintage deck of cards and
Penn & Teller’s are OGs. They came out to greet fans after every
single show. Vegas is the epitome of overindulgence,
everything is too much. My other Unika bikini I had made extra
high and extra cheeky. It goes over the belly button and is my go-to for a
buffet belly. My favorite thing about Stef is that he checks everything before we leave. We walked through all the classic hotels: Bellagio, Luxor, Mandalay Bay, gambled a bit came
out poorer, and then went up to Fremont Street for the light show.
Did I just miss it? I think that was it. Damn it. The light show was really underwhelming
but Fremont Street is really fun to explore as the original Vegas Strip.
There’s this low-key Hawaiian restaurant called Aloha Specialties in the area
that made really good food. I got some spam musubis for the red-eye back. And then I’m going to change into sweatpants. And I’m gonna go wash my face. It really felt like a blink, and just like that, Vegas was done.

25 comments

  1. Hope you two had an amazing time together in Las Vegas ๐Ÿคฉ๐Ÿ˜Ž๐Ÿคฉ๐Ÿ˜Ž๐Ÿคฉ !!!

  2. Ooooh yeah, I feel you at the body description and bikini issues (Minus the butt. I have a big butt and bikini bottoms duplicate the two cheeks to four). But GIIIRL, you rock that bikini, it looks gorgeous.

  3. Bacchanal Buffet at Caesar's Palace is my favorite buffet!!!
    So glad you enjoyed it!!! You seriously need a week to try everything ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. Loved your looks!! Now pls rank your burgers from best to just ok!! I am curious about your research!! ๐ŸŽฐ๐Ÿ”โœจ

  5. ugh yes seafood. what were your burger findings???
    ahhaha stefan nerding out *squishes his adorable face like the old auntie that i am ๐Ÿ˜›

  6. I can't with buffets. I always waste my money because I can never eat more than a plate and it's never a full plate. My eyes are bigger than my stomach.

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