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Is Lazy a style? cos its totally my kind.
Outfit Details: Blouse, Mango Shorts, Suiteblanco Shoes, Zara Bag, Topshop Hat, sister’s from Topshop (?)
“Minimalist”, “Normcore”, “Sophisticated”, “Timeless”, “Casual”. Nope. My style at the moment, amidst the inescapable heat may I add, is just plain “LAZY”. Lazy to do makeup, just brows and mascara (yes, I’ve become a “mascara” girl!). Lazy to fix my hair so the hat helps in taking attention away from it. Slouchy, oversized, can’t-even-tuck-my-shirt-well are keywords for the overall vibe of my current way of dressing. Definitely not trendy as I’m way past the stage of keeping up with fashion trends— I mean, those geometric shorts are very last year (or two?). But they’re black so I’m keeping them. The shirt is probably 3 years old but it’s one of the comfiest cotton tees I have to date. I love it — except when it droops down either side of my shoulders exposing my not-so-Victoria’s-Secret brassiere to the unknowing security guards in malls. Also, (any kind of) hat is not part of my usual get-up (I don’t even own one) but because my sister and I almost matched our outfits without even talking about it, she insisted I wear this for *cringe* twinning purposes. Can’t even type that word with a straight face.
Our agenda for that day: bedroom items shopping. My family’s finally moving out from the airbase we lived and grew up in after 22 years. Enzo and I have our own place so last weekend, we visited and stayed over a few days to pack up all the remaining crap I still had in our house. It was quite nostalgic – I unearthed 13-year-old exchanged handwritten letters with my friends that involved glitter, glue, leaves and anything else we could get our AHRTSY~ hands on. There was even a letter written in one whole Manila paper that spanned 4 feet. Contrast it to today, when communication is literally right at our fingertips, we only ever get “READ“, “SEEN” and double checks (in Filipino, we call this sentiment HUGOT).
P2 Blooming Style
On a completely different note — if you like making or looking at outfit collages but feel frustrated that you can’t get the items on most locally, you may want to check out the celebrity fashion collage site, P2 Blooming Style. The clothes, shoes, bags and accessories featured are all from Philippine online stores like Zalora so you’re sure to find the pieces locally. Check below for examples of collages, or what they call ‘coordinates’ that they do on their website.
I particularly like that they post coordinates on a daily basis so when I’m uninspired, I have new posts to look at and get ideas from. Not to mention, how tempting it is that all products they feature are available locally! And online! The devil that is online shopping. Tsk tsk! So yes, go ahead and check out P2 Blooming Style here.
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