I was lucky to snatch this Moschino Cheap & Chic skirt with cute stitching. The stitching reminded me of the many cross-stitch pieces I made when I was younger. I thought it would be the best skirt to wear to a children’s party. The skirt though was too tight I can barely breath in it anymore. That skirt will have to go to someone with smaller hips soon. I paired it with a vintage neon top, gifted handbag and Juan by Janilyn l0w-heeled pumps.
I love cute and girly dresses, but on the other side, I also love, love men’s wear. I find them comfortable, and sometimes sexy. I also really love this pair of shoes I bought from Janilyn (okay, I’ll say it here: I love Janilyn, it’s my favorite shoe store). My mother laughed at me when I wore this because she said it reminded her of her grandfather.
How are your Christmas preparations? I’ve been doing some DIY decor in the apartment (be sharing them in the next posts). I’m wearing thrifted black blazer, thrifted shirt dress, sister’s bag, Juan by Janilyn shoes.
I found this dress from a thrift shop months ago, and thought this would be the dress I’d wear to watch Skyfall because it reminded me of someone who can’t make up her mind. When I reviewed these pictures though, I thought the dress made me look like “M” for “matronly.”
I’m wearing thrifted dress, gifted bag, Juan by Janilyn sandals, and Avon studs.
Don’t look at me. Look at the people having so much fun taking pictures behind me. 😀 Nowadays, cameras are very affordable and popular. Social networking sites also allow us to post pictures of ourselves immediately. There was a time when cameras were expensive, much more the processing of films. Those days photographs were rare and really treasured keepsakes. Whatever you’ve captured on film can’t be immediately erased. Now, Kodak is in bankruptcy, and films and film processing have once again become rare and expensive. They are even in danger of dying. Too sad.
I’m wearing Banana Republic white shirt, a silk skirt I had since college, Juan by Janilyn shoes bought on sale, and vintage bag.
While I had fun and learned a lot during the two-day pop-up at Parkmall, it was very tiring. When I got home, I was sleeping like a log, snoring, and dreaming of a parade of the world’s most notorious criminals, a plane crash that happened in the south of Cebu, and the end of the world. I was happy with the sales, and the fact that I’ve given more than half of my cards to anyone, including cute and flirty dogs.