Anyway, this pictorial was for our creative shot in our annual/year book. Our group decided to dress up as alter-egos and our normal stereotypical selves. I dressed up as a biker chick, this isn't my alter ego but I had no stereotypical self as mentioned by my blockmates, so I just dressed up oppositely of what I usually wear. I don't have copies of the alter-ego shots, maybe I'll update this post on that. (NOTE: Thea, update this post, pronto.)
For my "stereotypical" self, I dressed up as myself (HAHA LOL. This sentence made me think, I'm not using my brain cells so much). You see, my clothing preferences has evolved throughout time and I haven't been able to update everyone on the changes because of my lack of a camera. Boo. Jay says sometimes what I wear is over the top and sometimes it isn't. I think I'm fine with it. I just need to balance out what I wear. But this is hard for me, since I can't wear anything impromptu. I need everything settled on my mind like when a vision comes to you, that's how I dress up for the day or the next. So, here are the pictures and no laughing, mmkay?
This was mandatory. You know, to smile. It was hard. It really friggin was. I have no smile muscle in my face to even learn how to put up a decent half moon. Gee. This is what the photographer picked because you know, he said I looked good in it. I believed him, I shouldn't have.
| Lace peterpan collared blouse: Lola's | Floral Bow: DIY | Dark blue awesome satchel: Vintage Cathay Pacific bag | Black chiffon skirt: Thrift | Black pumps: Rusty Lopez | Accessories (hair&hands): Sister's |
Yup, that's about it. I won't be posting my annual pictures because I'm too paranoid I might jinx the whole thing. LOL. But these creative shots will do. So what do you think (outfit, my brain, my uncanny belief on superstition or my self-confessed OC behavior) about this post?
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I deserve this pat,