Merry Christmas everybody!
This was my simple and casual outfit to lunch the day before Christmas, and to macarons and coffee with my boyfriend on Christmas Eve. I changed to something dressier for mass and Christmas salubong, but that’s another story.
Since my ama/grandma is living with us, we usually hold all our celebrations with my Chinese side of the family at our house. I’m usually bitten by the too-lazy-to-dress-up-because-I’m-just-in-the-house bug whenever these Chinese-side gatherings happen, but I made sure to at least wear heels and not my house slippers when I went out of the house for a short date with Rg.
It was also the perfect day to wear my new Baby-G watch which was Time Depot’s Christmas gift to me! I love the translucent quality to it! It doesn’t have that usual plastic and rubber feel that most of my Baby-G watches have, making it quite a unique watch that all you Baby-G collectors must add to your collections.
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(Dizzy Little Dotty “I’ll Fight You For It” tee, Tory Burch Priscilla Top Handle Crossbody in Stawberry, Katie&Lee flower headband, Zara pants, Michael Antonio heels, DigitalismPH watch) Hype this look on Lookbook here. Thanks to Rg Gabunada for taking my photos!
I resisted the urge to wear this with a cutesy blouse and a floral skirt as I already think that this can’t be any more cliche for spring. Instead, I took on a challenge that some people have requested from me in the past - wearing a tee + pants combination.
Of course, me being me, I found a way around it, as I was not so much in the mood to wear dark, non-easter egg colors. I don’t suppose this graphic TEE (from an Australian label which I immediately fell in love with as soon as they sent me a request to wear their stuff. Wearable art is ALWAYS a good thing!) and floral PANTS pairing can constitute as cheating? This is what you get for not stating any guidelines… Ho ho ho!
Off-shoulder tops and dresses have been around for the longest time (I remember wearing a lot of them back when I was in 7th grade), but I’m so glad they’re officially “in” this spring/summer. This top is *the* example of a perfect combination of sexy and cute (Crazy, Stupid, Love, anyone?) and I absolutely love the long, slouchy sleeves that balance out the bare skin on top. Dare to bare your shoulders for a subtle sexy “come hither” effect that’s sure to make a statement!
I wore a very similar top back in December (see here), only from a different website and a different color, but YAY we can finally rejoice since Apartment 8 decided to make it in different colors! I’m eyeing the black and white ones next! XOXO
Photos by Rg Gabunada
Recently I’ve been a little more biased towards dressing up like this, instead of the usual cutesy socks-and-heels and florals type of fashion that I used to often don. But of course, I still make sure I stay true to my “sophisti-cute” style. And peplum tops are the perfect combination of sophistication and cuteness!
Peplum is such a huge trend nowadays! I’ve always been a fan of this kind of silhouette, where there is some sort of winged out part in the waist or hip area. Not only does it give you more room to pig out and eat without being conscious of your tummy, but it’s heaven’s gift for people like me with small hips.
Pair it with a classy pair of printed leggings, and you’ve got yourself a very classy ensemble that highlights your womanly figure. Peplum tops are so sexy and sweet at the same time, yes? It’s a nice alternative to babydoll dresses too.
A definite must-have for this season!
I am obsessed with printed bottoms! Where have they been hiding all my life? I would’ve worn these all throughout college if I only got my hands (or legs) on them back then.
What’s wonderful about printed bottoms is that they debunk the whole notion of anything that covers the legs being conservative and boring. Finally, gone are the days when one would automatically resist anything that has to do with anti-shorts/skirts dress codes (usually in churches and universities) since that would mean being limited to jeans. So what if you’re limited to covering your legs? Leggings and pants have now become statements on their own, and not just that “plain and neutral” thing that you pair with your favorite blouse, shoes or designer bag.
Here are some of my recent looks featuring printed bottoms! At first I was intimidated by the thought of covering my legs with all these busy prints, but I figured that as long as you focus on one key element in your outfit, these are godsend.
For this look, I wore black and silver to make the pink and purple color of my pants stand out. In general, neutrals are the safest to pair with printed bottoms since they’re a sure way to avoid looking too overwhelming. All eyes will automatically be directed to your pants!
For this look, I took into consideration the colors of the flowers on my leggings to decide what color top I should wear. This is my foolproof way of making an outfit look coherent. This look would’ve also worked if I wore yellow or plum.
For this look, I paired my black and white pants with another black and white top so the colors of the shoes and bag will stand out. You know how the color accent option in cameras work? They focus on one or two colors, and make the rest of the picture black, gray and white.
Yes, I just did a photography reference on a personal style/fashion post. This is how geeky I can get.