6 months or so is a long time, but leaving only to appreciate everything around me that has nothing to do with social media was definitely worth it, because what I am right now is a better version of how I used to be. During that time, a long term friendship blossomed and eventually died—but for good, of course; I went to college and was definitely culture shocked, lost myself countless times, failing to appreciate the little things that used to make me excited about life, but also picked myself up eventually with the help of the people around me; traveled and of course, ate a lot; became someone who would randomly pick on architectural structures together with my archi friends; oh, and yes, I looked like someone from walking dead according to a friend?; yes, yes, and yes, I am definitely a lover of life; and oh, this is the problem about me, I talk way too much I never get to finish my sentences..
But hey, here’s the one thing that I’ve learned, life is not all about taking the easy way, the straight path, or dodging bullets (oh how I wish I’m making sense). It’s about giving your 100% to the things you love doing or the people you love even if obstacles come your way. The countless frustrations that turn into triumphant smiles are what make it worthwhile.
//what happened to my blog I thought I was supposed to post about an outfit? *smirks*
Lace n’ Leather
Wore this just this Sunday, and I must say, it’s one of my favorite outfits! I have nothing much to say, so what follows are the outfit deets:
Blazer from MANGO | Red lace top from ZARA | Leatherette skirt from PULL & BEAR | Bag from MIU MIU | Flats from ZARA
First of all, I’m not going to say that this post will mark my ‘comeback’ as a blogger, because I don’t think I can live up to my words. Pardon me, but I think I’ve been prioritizing my studies and the time I have left with my classmates now that there are only 3 months left before I finally graduate. *sobs* I still don’t want to graduate.
Anyway, enough with the disturbing sobbing. I wore this ensemble just this November 24 to a childhood friend (who doesn’t even remember me anymore)’s debut. I know wearing black is a bit inappropriate, especially since we’re Chinese, but I still pushed through with this black one-sided mullet dress, because it’s the only ‘long’ dress (from MANGO) I had that time that could pass as a ‘long evening dress’. Ouch, I know.
And since I didn’t abide by the rules, I chose this bag from CELINE for the whole look, to add a bit of color.
My uhmmmmm, ok pose. Please don’t mind me.
Did it work? Did it work? *poses* lols. I want your opinions, real ones. Please? Because I felt ‘stunning’ that night, and according to my friends, the whole look is to love! Also, does black look good on me?
Shoesies are also from Mango. They were oh-so-pretty but oh-so-painful at times, but of course, I managed very well. *tiis ganda*
And since I’m not just a blogger, I got tired. I’m human, too, but mostly I’m a mermaid. (oh my I’m so weird) Oh, and btw, please excuse my blurry photos. Anyway, guys, I have not much to tell anymore, so I’m going to let the photos do all the talking.
OUTFIT DEETS: Dress & Heels from MANGO | Bag from CELINE | Watch from KENNETH COLE
P.S. Thanks for keeping up! ;)