Saturday, November 6, 2010


Hello! :)

This is an outfit post I uploaded in Lookbook and Chictopia a few days back. I was too lazy to blog about it and busy with review that I hadn't given it a thought until now. I will just post the pictures my sister took and I edited. I won't have time to do more than put a few words in. :)

The pair of shoes I used in this outfit post was a great bargain. It was thrifted but already been washed by the lady who sold it to me. It cost me Php 150.00 only or in USD, more or less $4.00! Such cheapness, right? Well, there are several things that are way, way, waaaaaaaay inexpensive in the Philippines! I'd probably couldn't do much shopping abroad if I keep on mentally comparing the prices between items there and here. As was the case I had in my short trip to HK. THAT and the fact that I lost every single penny I have in pasalubong (Filipino Slang which means gifts a person buys when he's away on a foreign place). buhu!

Anyway, this is the pair I totally adore. I have worn it ONCE in school as I'm afraid that if I keep using it, it'll die on me eventually... well, sooner than its fated death! So I just kept it on display. haha! :D

Forgive the crappy quality of photos and shots. :( I'm still learning Photography as of the moment.

So here are the extra photos of me in this denim outfit.

Can I just say that I totally LOVE this denim trend? I have another denim vest and polo up my closet that I thrifted. Denim is ultimate buffer between going all girly girl, casual and tough chick at the same time. I just loved it! Pairing it with florals, skirts and tulles are great tandems too!

The only downside of having cheap clothing here in the Philippines is the inability to actually WEAR THEM. Minis and tops showing skin will merit you jeers from onlookers, especially the men. GUUUUH! That's why as much as I want to wear skirts, for the life of me, I just couldn't.

Miss E