Leave The Boy Alone
What’s up, homeslice? How’s December treating you all? :) First of all, I want to apologize for the lack of updates. I just couldn’t find the heart to write something, especially with Typhoon Haiyan hitting my home country. Plus, I’ve been spending a lot of time reading and going out of the house on weekends.
I do have a couple of entries lined up for you, including a bad ass giveaway. But let’s start the month of giving with a mid-outfit post (ano daw? HAHA Segway ang Queen of Selfies!).
Snapback, the urban slang for baseball caps, is back in trend. Well, it was a few months ago. The most notable hat this season is the Boy London cap, the I’m one I’m wearing on the photo. Mine is obviously a OASAP knock-off because it’s obviously cheaper. Hehehe.
But did you know that back in high school, I used to “borrow” my grandfather’s collection of snapback hats? Yep. I was into hip-hop (and this cool xls2000 at musicians friend!) back then. Would you believe?
How about you? What were you ‘into’ when you were in high school?
On Turning 25 & Life Bucket List
Oh wow! I’m finally 25. 25 and I still don’t know how to cook sinigang (inside joke with my boyfriend). But let me tell you a secret: I don’t feel bad for the things I haven’t accomplished. Why? Cause whenever I read my Reverse Bucket List, I feel like I’ve accomplished a lot. Big and small.
Every time I read that list, I’m convinced that the world is, indeed, my oyster. It gives me strength to do more, to have more goals and dreams. :) Instead of focusing on the things I should’ve done, I’m busy making a list of things I should do in the next 5 years or so.
Here’s my list so far:
Little Miss Dress Up: Pastel Sorbet
As usual, I’m a little behind with my OASAP Fashion Hunter duties. A few weeks ago, they sent me a velvet skirt and this pretty lilac knitted sweater.
The shoulder part of the sweater is too big, but the length of the whole thing is too short for me. It’s like an oversized crop sweater… But whatever, confidence is all about attitude anyway. It’s not something you wear like a T-shirt or apply like a foundation or blush-on. It’s distinctive and charismatic quality that radiates.
When it comes to confidence, people can guide you; give you tips and tell you what to wear… but if you don’t “own” it, you’ll never shine. Confidence is about being comfortable with your own skin and embracing your own flaws. :)
What I Wore: Lilac knitted sweater from OASAP • Pastel envelope bag from Accessorize • Shoes from Shop Dainty