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I’m putting my anxiety (and boredom) into a good use by turning it into something nice like art. After back-reading my blog for the last days, I suddenly missed dressing up girly. Gosh, I’ve been a really style bipolar these past few months! Boho, classic, edgy? I guess, this really happens whenever I feel uncertain about myself. I dress up according to my mood. I actually think I’ve been rebellious lately? Hmm.. But yeah, I’m in the mood on something girly today! I think I’ll be sticking to girly style again. I’m missing the old me a lot. (Been ranting about it a lot here!) Sweet, simple, good girl. *wink*
Sometimes you just have to let go. We’re really used to worrying about things in our future, that we already forget how to live in the moment. Yes, maybe it is okay to worry about our future, but it’s just so wrong to let this interfere with our present. We don’t anymore have the past, we still don’t have the future, but what we have is now. So ease up! Live in the moment, and fly!
I promised myself that I’ll blog more often now because I think it’s the most worthy thing that I can do this summer vacation. Well, I really enjoy blogging. Blogging is really therapeutic. It clears off my mind from bad things and it’s my way of enjoying fashion and art.
Top: Greenhills | Shorts: OASAP | Shoes: Thrifted
Last February 27, Ateneo de Naga conducted one of my favorite events in the university, the ACP! or also known as Alternative Class Program where every Atenean are able to have a break in their regular classes and attend a their chosen topic instead. Sports, literature, film, photography, blogging, music, fashion, etc. Every student shall only attend one topic for the day, but as an always=a-rule-breaker-during-ACP I am, I attended two topics! (like I always do every sem! hihihi) *u*
The first topic that I attended was I DREAM to set up a vogue of clothing style with Mr. Randz Manucom, and the second talk was all about blogging (which I always do attend! hihi) with Ms. Daphne Benosa!
Finally! A summer vibe on my blog! I was not really going out of our house lately. Well, given the fact that it is too hot outside and I don’t want my skin to be sun kissed, yes I chose to just enjoy the company of air con and movies for the past few weeks. It is just now that I got to feel summer by going to the beach that is close to my heart, the famous Bagasbas beach here in my hometown Daet. And yeah, dressing up for summer!!
(Maldita’s Stop Aztec skirt)
A-Fash’s theme that time was the animal face trend! I got my tiger head in my mom’s closet! Hee. I’ve got a hard time styling this T-shirt because the day was in so much heat so I cannot layer that much. I was thinking of a leatherette jacket, but I got this black cotton vest instead. To break the edgy feel of my outfit, I decided to wear this tulle skirt with pearls on it to make my outfit rockin’ but sweet! I really think it was a great combination.
A-Fash decided to have a military fashion inspired theme because camouflage is such a trend today. But since I do not have a camouflage print on my closet yet. I decided to just stick with military colors. Just threw up my trusty moto-jacket I had since high school. This is my kind of clothing back then. Mehehe. Can you believe I’m this boyish before? :3 And of course, a military look wouldn’t be complete with a pair of combat boots!
I’m back with this wonderful blog post!! So pretty photos right? *u*
I had this photo shoot a week ago with Mr. Reuben Malimban. He’s one awesomesauce photographer! He’s also really easy to get along with, which can really be a great trait for a photographer. I was really impressed with his works. He said that photography was just his hobby, but hey! He works as if he’s really a pro! Totally happy with the result of my photos! Plus, I really enjoyed our shoot even though it was really tiring because we had this shoot in the highest building in Naga!! 7 floors, and we took the stairs! (whew!) But it’s totally worth it!