Tuesday, May 6, 2014

ootd: resort wear

I am a light packer because I hate lugging around heavy bags on trips where I'm required to trek carrying them for quite a distance. I also don't like having to ask for help with my bags. I don't enjoy looking like a damsel in distress. I am strong and independent (haha).

Anyway...so on our trip to Boracay for Century Tuna Superbods (see here), I just brought 1 backpack with me. I tried to shove everything I needed for 3 days in there including my Lagu and towel. My things could barely fit so I decided not to take along extra footwear. Just these sandals.

Funny story is that I ran out of clothes by the third day. Lesson learned, it's okay to pack light, just make sure to double check that you've packed enough.

This was taken when I still had clean clothes to wear. We were required to go in something "resort-wear" inspired for the event that night so I decided to go with this crane print dress from Romwe which is made with a cool, cotton fabric that doesn't wrinkle easily.

Cool cotton is the operative word. It is so hard to walk around the beach with proper clothes on. I was sticky after 30 minutes and the only thing I could really tolerate against my skin was cotton.

First time I had to wear proper clothes on the beach while mobile and it is hard.

The shell necklace was a welcome gift from the resort we were staying at :P

romwe crane print dress
birkenstock street style
resort wear
romwe crane print dress (see HERE) | veloci time watch (see HERE)
photos by Paul

6 comments:

Kori Donahue said...

Love your sandals!!!!! So cute! I'd love for you to stop by and check out my latest post! Kori xoxo
www.blondeepisodes.com

heartofatigress said...

You look so fresh! And I love the dress - color and print :)

Meikah YbaƱez-Delid said...

Love the dress ~ at bagay sa 'yo! :) It's perfect for traveling and vacationing talaga. :D

sarahtirona said...

thank you meikah! :)

sarahtirona said...

thanks heartofatigress! medyo rare nga yung crane print so i got it right away :)

sarahtirona said...

thanks kori, will check it out :)

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