The simplicity of this ootd brought back funny memories of how the majority of us (stylebloggers) used to try so hard to push the limits to come up with out of the box outfits. You cannot imagine the amount of accessories we had on. (Pwede na mgbenta sa tiangge! Haha) Reminds of that guy in Sesame Street who would peddle things hidden inside his trench coat.
....Maybe I still have stackable rings and "arm parties" hidden in mine too!
|sarah tirona ootd|
Funny thing is that I'm really not an excessive person. I prefer no frills at all. Just a good watch and maybe some heirloom jewelry. That's it.
"Nakikiuso lang po." Haha
Thank god that phase has now passed and I'm more confident with my own fashion choices. No need to refer to other venues for inspiration.
Comfort has always been key in all my outfit choices but lately I've been taking it to the next level by only wearing clothes that make me happy.
I think it's an effect of renovating our place.
That was basically my decorating philosophy throughout our entire renovation process: "TO ONLY SURROUND MYSELF WITH THINGS I LOVE (or those I can't afford to replace yet :P) AND GET RID OF THE REST!".
|chanel espadrilles street style|
|If you visit my house, you'll see what I mean, it's definitely a reflection of my wardrobe.|
Striped cushions, lots of black and white, some navy, and several quirky things scattered here and there.
|classic trench street style|
|summer fashion 2015|
zara boyfriend jeans and sweater | stradivarius trench coat | chanel espadrilles
photos by Dennis Sy