I loved how my photos turned vintage-y after I edited it using photoscape. It sort of gave me an emotional feel upon post processing. (Weird, but emo songs are playing on my head as I blog. Haha!). Anyways, this is my first attempt to do a floral print on print look. I've been trying hard to shy away from wearing girly and cutesy outfits (as I feel that I am getting old for such sweet fashion) and trying my best to dress up more maturely and more sophisticated.
But, I just can't deny that outfits like this bring comfort. Especially when I only need to dress up cause I had to accompany my mom and my lola to the nearest hardware and scout for the cheapest tiles! (Our house will undergo a slight renovation cause we were affected by Pedring). Talk about overdressing. LOL
Since I'll only be out to do some hardware hopping, I initially planned to pair the floral top with denim shorts but changed my mind til saw this floral skirt. It made me want to try a floral print on print look, as I always see on Tricia Gosingtian. My mom thought I was insane for overdressing but hey, I invited them out for a dinner afterwards to justify my outfit. Haha.
Yes you're seeing it right. My mom took my photos at EDSA! Haha! We were at Globemaster that time canvassing :p
And don't you just love how the cars were captured? My mom did a great job :)
Top: From a Bazaar at Eastwood -- hey I got this for Php 80 // Skirt: Thrifted // Belt: Random // Shoes: Trunkshow // Bag: Ninewest // Eyewear: Fifth Ave
Don't forget to hype my look
PS: Will blog about PFW Spring / Summer 2012 tomorrow! Bad blogger, my camera battery died in the middle of the show. I have nothing but blurred shots. (Sobs)
Much Love, TBD