10.24.2012

WHATEVER!


(Memo Button down shirt, Penshoppe khaki pants, Springfield Sneakers, Human Sling Bag, Aldo Sun Glasses)

Hello there guys! Another OOTD (Outfit Of The Day) post again! I'm sure your wondering why I called this "WHATEVER!" post, right?.hahaha Well, I really felt depress last tuesday coz I don't have new outfits or new things to wear on our LAST WASH DAY. 
Since I remembered David Guison's speech during his symposium that "IT'S OKAY TO REPEAT CLOTHES AS LONG AS YOU WILL LOOK DIFFERENT", nabuhayan ako!hahaha So I decided to mix and match my old clothes that I already wore at my blog except for my socks. I really don't know why I come up with this look, as far as I remembered I always caught myself saying WHATEVER! hahaha
The big challenge for me, is to wear socks na palabas! Well, since david guison and robbie becroft are doing this, why not me? hahaha You know what, the socks really gave attention to all people in our campus. Siguro first time nila makakita ng nakasocks na palabas!hahaha 
Eventhough, that time was freakin' hot, I will always still love this look! My WHATEVER look!hahaha

ENJOY YOUR SEMESTRAL BREAK!

7 comments:

  1. yo! :D

    I also mix up my clothes kung wala na talaga akong maiisip kung ano ang suotin ko.. and it turned out great kasi bumagay naman.. pero there are so many attempts naman para bumagay ang susuotin ko.
    And wearing your socks na palabas? It's a great idea! look, bumagay sa outfit mo.. I'll try it sometime.. :D

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    1. Thank, Jonas! Good thing, you liked it! ;)

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  2. This is really fashionable dong. You look just GREAT!!! World Class ang dating.

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  3. I like very much your style in particular the sneakers which you carry ! Come to make a tour on my blog and if you like my registered style you as member ;)

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  4. Love the whole look! David's philosophy enlightened us all. Hihi :)


    Lesly xx
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