Posts Tagged "ferreted"

Suit Up!

Posted on Friday, 10 August 2012

Tricia Gosingtian

(South Sartorial blazer and shorts set, The Posh Wardrobe top, Esperanza boots, Ferreted accessories) Hype this look on Lookbook here.

Blazer sets don’t always have to be plain and formal. Here’s a pretty cool twist to the trend: matching bold colors and prints, and on shorts, not trousers.

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This entry has been queued on my Tumblr for the longest time. You see, I’ve been testing different things out with my blog layout recently so everything’s been pretty much in a temporary state. Feedback so I can improve the readability is greatly appreciated, however! Are the “continue reading” cuts more convenient and Internet-connection-friendly? I kind of patterned it from Livejournal because I generally find everything (I’m still there for the communities!) so much easier to read there. Or would you rather have everything load without having to click on a link even if it means a much slower loading time? My travel entries can go up to 50 pictures, and with my higher-res 620x413 pictures, I don’t know if a lot of people’s computers can handle it. I *did* notice that people have been commenting more frequently now though, even if my Tumblr notes have very much decreased. You win some, you lose some, I guess?

Fall Foliage

Posted on Monday, 6 August 2012

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(Sheinside top, Zara skirt, CMG heels, 37LA book clutch, Yhansy necklace, Dorothy Perkins belt, Ferreted bangle) Hype this look on Lookbook here.

My clutch has a Harry Potter and The Prisoner of Azkaban cover on it. Someone’s still not over her previous Harry Potter post.

Anyway, time for another quick outfit entry. Here’s something I wore to an intimate personal branding talk where I was one of the speakers. Usually I wear pants to these kinds of occasions, but this time, the setting allowed me to wear something a little less formal.

Even if we don’t really have Fall in Manila, I can’t wait to bring all my Fall items out of my closet. This kind of orange, as well as this kind of darker, non-pastel floral print, scream autumn leaves and autumn trees. 

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These were shot some time ago, when my brown hair decided to give up on me and go back to blonde. I went to the salon immediately after this to have my hair dyed brown again even if my roots weren’t so bad yet! Everything is serious business when it comes to my hair. 

It took me a year to grow my hair out after cutting 6 or so inches off last summer 2011. Now that it’s long, I suddenly have the urge to cut it shorter again. 

Ahh, people always want what they don’t have!

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So many colors for a change. My daily fashion choices surprise me too. It’s funny how I only really get to evaluate my outfit choices days and weeks after I actually wear them. Just shows how much thought I put into my styling process before heading out.

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I think I’ll give my pastel colors a rest in the next couple of months. The typhoon we’ve been having in Manila has been so discouraging too. Makes you want to just curl up in a cozy sweater while you drink hot chocolate with a loved one.

Hope everyone had a good week!

Collar on Collar

Posted on Wednesday, 28 March 2012

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(Clothes for the Goddess top and shoes, My Cup of Tea shorts, San Sue clutch, Ferreted necklace) Hype this look on Lookbook here.

It’s a fact that I love everything about collars! So much that I find myself wearing them almost everyday. 

What’s more perfect than wearing two collars at the same time? The necklace I’m wearing here somehow ended up looking like part of the actual top.

The things I think of when I’m feeling a wee bit more creative than usual!

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How’s everyone doing? By the time this gets published, I’ll probably be either inside the Cu Chi tunnels or on my way to Cambodia from Vietnam. Hope everything’s doing great while I’m gone!