Gone are the days where I feel socially insignificant. That's how I see it when you're not visible online. At least that's how I felt when I wasn't really posting on this blog and even to other forms of social media. I keep going through the same thing. This cleansing or whatever. It's very unlikely for someone like me to be offline. Like, duh. Facebook and Twitter are like my underwear. I can't be without them. But that doesn't mean I wasn't wearing them undies when I was offline. If I didn't that's just between me and my self. I better stop before I write anything slutty to offend you. Absence makes the heart grow fonder. Absence in blogging world means tons of backlogs. Nobody wants that but I've unconsciously submitted myself to it. It's been a month since I've last posted an entry. I still dress up and wear next to nothing in the office. By next to nothing I meant sheer. Would love to tell you about that part but maybe next time. Sheeriously.
Let's move on with the outfit. It could have been more apt if I posted this when we celebrated Independence day last June 12 if not the fourth of July. Please kill yourself if you don't recognize the significance. But I was all too lethargic and busy back then. I'm up to neck with stress and something else. I'm thisclose to pursuing my dreams but I will hang on to where I am. Just for now. I'll just ride the waves. Well, wave rider, I am. Would you believe I rode a 40CC Honda XR while wearing my nearly five inch cigarette heels. It was so unreal. Totally. Bal gave me a lift to Ila Puti to meet up the Multiply Team along with Cebu merchants and my loves from Cebu fashion bloggers. Yep, they flew in to Cebu last month. Will share more details on my next entry, all right.
blazer: bought online | pants: f21 | sheer top: f21 | satchel: parisian | sunnies: f21| pumps: people are people