I know that it’s been a long, long time since my last lookbook blog post. I’ve been so busy with the fashion school and work but what’s more important is, since it’s almost summer, I’m back with another look! Finally, after 999,999 years!
Summer is just around the corner and I’m pretty excited for my 2-week vacation in Manila this April for my mom’s birthday! Here we go again, the season when most people post on social media wearing their bikinis (duh, happens every year). So let’s go a little off with these summer dresses or bikinis since I’m really not a “Vitamin Sea” person.
Here’s a summer look that you can wear indoor while enjoying your summer drink inside a hotel, restaurant or a cafe. You can also be like a “top madame” with this look at your workplace.
My red top was given to me by my mom, who got it from Burgeon Concept at Centrio (they also have a branch in Limketkai).
Something I really love about the shop is that it’s a concept store where you can buy a lot of different stuff, they’re updated with trendy designs. They sell quality clothes and the best part, most of it’s budget friendly. You know, design plus quality and affordable price altogether will make your day because it rarely happens! Apart from clothes, they also sell authentic cosmetics as well as accessories.
My cropped flare pants that comes along with cute tassel details were bought from Lazada. Quick review, I love it because it’s stretchable, it isn’t too hot to wear for summer, and it can be paired with colorful tassel or pompom sliders. Your choice. 😁
A little secret about my shoes. My black tassel loafers were thrifted from Roxas Night Market BUUUT the major twist is… they’re ZARA and I only brought it at 250. Lucky me!
I got hat from MUMUSO during the first week of their opening at Abreeza. To no surprise, the hat’s pretty sturdy and looks fashionable at the same time.
My sunglasses is one of my favorite items that I brought from Lazada aside from my powerbank, sweater, and markers. Everyone loves them so much, they always try it on when they see it. What’s good is that the frame is made of metal and that itself makes it look expensive despite how affordable it is. If you’re curious how much it costs, I linked everything below for you to check.
Shoutout to Buddy Congson for this beautiful Midnight Blue-Purple-Pink Color Melt hair makeover and Arianne of www.alwaysarianne.com for curling my hair! Super love it! I’m gonna do a separate blog post for my hair color so I’m keeping it short this time.
Also, thanks to Radisson’s Park Inn for accommodating us! You can also check out their summer promos on my next blog post.