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02 November 2014

      Cold weather definitely calls for layers (duh). And whenever my family and I travel to places wherein a sleeveless top is definitely deemed silly, I happily pull out my jackets, pants, and a whole lotta hand-me-down Polos. Ilustrado hat not required.

Day 1: 

I always make sure that I wear comfortable clothes in long road trips. I opted for a white cottton v-neck, cropped jeans, black oxfords, and my trusty denim jacket that I've had since the year 300 B.C.  


What's Baguio without strawberries? That ain't Baguio at all.

Creme Brulee Latte all day everyday


Day 2: 

I ALWAYS wear this Polo button down whenever we go to Baguio. It's warm, cozy, crisp, and boyish. Just the way I like it. And hey, it screams country club. Hahaha! I felt like a soldier in my army green cargo pants and combat boots. My black hat also makes its debut here in my blog. According to the lady in Minesview, (as I handed her my hat and changed into my Igorot costume), "Sige sa akin muna ang hat mo. Para kang Ilustrado."


Bow down to the head of the tribe. 



Beautiful October foliage!


Hazelnut Latte is just as delicious as the Creme Brulee one.
(I would just like to thank Mr. Caffeine for helping me with my dreaded book report which I have been working on this whole sembreak week.)


Day 3:

Another Polo day! It's not really visible in this photo, but it's pin-striped in blue. Wore it with my DIY bleached and distressed jeans, which I was able to snag from my mom a few years back. The jeans were as raw as hell, and so it it took forever to get it to look this way.
Pag may tiyaga, may nilaga.



My version of a cuddle buddy. 



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  1. ur my fave form of procrastination as in - sis

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Baguio photo diary


      Cold weather definitely calls for layers (duh). And whenever my family and I travel to places wherein a sleeveless top is definitely deemed silly, I happily pull out my jackets, pants, and a whole lotta hand-me-down Polos. Ilustrado hat not required.

Day 1: 

I always make sure that I wear comfortable clothes in long road trips. I opted for a white cottton v-neck, cropped jeans, black oxfords, and my trusty denim jacket that I've had since the year 300 B.C.  


What's Baguio without strawberries? That ain't Baguio at all.

Creme Brulee Latte all day everyday


Day 2: 

I ALWAYS wear this Polo button down whenever we go to Baguio. It's warm, cozy, crisp, and boyish. Just the way I like it. And hey, it screams country club. Hahaha! I felt like a soldier in my army green cargo pants and combat boots. My black hat also makes its debut here in my blog. According to the lady in Minesview, (as I handed her my hat and changed into my Igorot costume), "Sige sa akin muna ang hat mo. Para kang Ilustrado."


Bow down to the head of the tribe. 



Beautiful October foliage!


Hazelnut Latte is just as delicious as the Creme Brulee one.
(I would just like to thank Mr. Caffeine for helping me with my dreaded book report which I have been working on this whole sembreak week.)


Day 3:

Another Polo day! It's not really visible in this photo, but it's pin-striped in blue. Wore it with my DIY bleached and distressed jeans, which I was able to snag from my mom a few years back. The jeans were as raw as hell, and so it it took forever to get it to look this way.
Pag may tiyaga, may nilaga.



My version of a cuddle buddy. 



 Follow this blog on bloglovin!
Make sure to follow my blog on bloglovin, to stay updated with recent posts! You can also follow other blogs and read their posts on your feed. It's instagram for the blog lovin'



Main Image: Alexander W Helin / Moment Select. 

2 comments:

  1. ur my fave form of procrastination as in - sis

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Kai!!! I know this is you. HAHAHA thanks girl

      Delete

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