So this is what it feels like to try and look nice with so many layers! Hahaha. I feel so huge piling on so many sweaters but hey, instead of freezing to death- I'd rather layer and layer to keep myself warm! I wore this during my photographer/work mode with Cai Subijano of Philippine Star's Ystyle section when we interviewed designers Vivienne Tam and Josie Natori. I decided to work with the colors white, black and blue. I find the color blue cool in the eyes and at the same time not too out there. Since the sweater and faux fur coat is already loud, I decided to just wear a cute skater skirt with minimal accessories. And lastly, to remind me to love every single moment of this trip, I wore these bracelets I asked Personlized Accessories to make for me. They make personalised necklaces, bracelets and a lot more to suit your character. I chose a white strap so it can match with all my clothes and because white is such a pure shade. With these bracelets, I'll make sure to always to do all three in the right manner.
This was actually my outfit during my last day in New York, meaning I had no more clean clothes with me! Haha. I miscalculated how many sweaters I had to bring so what did I do? Borrow from my friend Carlos. Yes, he’s a guy and that's totally fine with me. It’s so comfortable wearing guy clothes! I loved that I scored this fur jacket from a cool vintage shop in Brooklyn (I heard Alexa Chung shops there too!). After I met up with Rafe Totengco, he gave me this bag that was never produced. He told me he only made two pieces of this bag and the other one belongs to him. Nakakakilig!!! I really don’t know why he doesn’t want to produce it, it looks so cute. I'm in love with this bag and for sure this will be overused!!! To match my new jacket, I wore this quilted boots from Berca Shoe Store. I’m so happy I brought it with me because it’s so comfortable to wear and the color really stands out when paired with black leggings! I'm very particular with the heel part and this one’s just perfect. The overall feel is quite vintage- and that’s why I love it more. BMS.