It really takes a lot of confidence and kapal ng mukha to maintain or even keep a fashion blog. I'm sort of getting used to the stares when I summon some of my closest friends to take my outfit photo. It really gets a little awkward when you're out on the streets and there are passers by. But heck, they don't know me. I have no intention of knowing them either. And I don't care. If somebody loves me enough to buy me a tripod and remote control for my camera, then please do. Donations are most welcome but minions are still preferred. I wouldn't mind having my own personal photographer. Haha! Just trippin' That's what friends are for, right? I am beyond amazed with their patience. Thankful for them. Always.
Friends. Facebook. Twitter. Tumblr. And all other Social Networking Sites. My entire news feed's full of beach photos and other forms of activities over the Holy Week. OH well. Mine was spent at work and I've never felt so Holy, ever. The good thing is I still have work and it's double pay. But the city is really lovely minus the crowd and traffic. And I shouldn't even fret. I can always have a random bus ride anywhere on my free time. I should start looking at the bright side of things except for the colors of my outfit on this post. Seriously, what was I thinking? I'm wearing my leather midi skirt on a hot day. The city gets too hot it makes you want to migrate to Siberia and just come back during the rainy season. That's totally going to be a different story. Don't ask why. I just felt like wearing the skirt which has been lying on my closet for a year. I'm rediscovering items that I thought I never had.
necklace: Jerrick Macasocol | shirt: SM | midi skirt:vintage | lace up sandals: Parisian
photos by Lex Lopez