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thrifted top and palazzo pants
tassel necklace sponsored by Bubbles
Woah! It’s April already? I didn’t post anything last March… I’m really neglecting this blog. :( But expect a bunch of new posts from me this month because it’s almost summer vacation. I really wonder how some bloggers manage to juggle school/work, social life, other hobbies and blogging consistently; one blogger I know even has a kid to boot!
So, what’s up with me lately? Well… I got my hair ombré-fied out of the blue (this is probably the last post with my old hair), my boyfriend finally met my parents again after 4 years and they’re in good terms (quick recap: I wasn’t allowed to have a boyfriend back in high school. So we only got to experience the liberty most couples have when college started but that’s only because I’m sneaky haha!), I’ve been spending most of my free time watching anime (yes, I’ve caught the anime bug), pigging out, dates with the boyfriend & friends, doing plates, shoots and the usual stuff.
I wore this outfit during DLSU’s centennial celebration last year but it’s only recently that I managed to have outfit photos taken. The palazzo pants are huge on me so it looks like a maxi skirt but I like it better that way. I like wearing outfits like these on lazy days; it’s flowy and comfy. But I used to avoid any apparel that’s long enough to cover my ankles because I thought they’d make me look tinier (I’m only 5’2”) but tada! As long as I tuck in my top or wear a top that doesn’t go below my hips, I look okay. I also avoid long skirts/dresses that are below the knee to ankle length (like midi skirts) because I end up looking stumpy.
How about you, how would you wear your maxi skirt/palazzo pants this summer? :)
photos by Monique Tendencia | hype La Vie Bohème on Lookbook.nu