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Oldie But Goodie5:30 PM
I had the chance to catch the premiere screening of World War Z some time last week (thank you, Coy !) and found myself drawn to milit...
I had the chance to catch the premiere screening of World War Z some time last week (thank you, Coy!) and found myself drawn to military colors the following day. As I went through my closet, I found an old jacket that I got as a gift--I'm not sure if for my birthday or Christmas--when I was in 7th grade and it still fit me fine! More so, I loved that it transformed my look into something more edgy. The wonderful thing about this jacket, too, is that I can flip it over and turn it into a backpack so I don't have to carry it around with my hands. I should've probably taken a photo of it in that form just to show you. Maybe next time.
I remember collecting jackets around that time because that was when we started to have airconditioned rooms back at my high school. I would get hoodies, zip-up jackets, denim jackets, etc. I only managed to save a few, but I'm glad what I saved are still useable and appropriate for now. Just goes to show that fashion trends do have a cycle.
It has certainly been raining here in the Philippines. Rainy season usually lasts up until around August, and sometimes extends into the -ber months--but around that time it's not too bad; just tolerable rain and cold breeze. Which is why you can expect more looks with layers and/or dark colors. Even though I typically lean more towards army green and brown around this time of year, I'll make sure to pop out less gloomy colors to keep things interesting.
Dress from Hong Kong | Centropelle heels (via Zalora) | Lee Jeans jacket | House Of Luxe triangle rings | Une Belle Accessories Route 55 ring