Tuesday, 23 July 2013
Denim top - courtesy of Wrangler Philippines
Red skater skirt - courtesy of iFashion Shoppe
Gold leaf necklace - courtesy of Sgt. Sailor
Printed chunky heels - Forever21
I am not very consistent when it comes to naming my outfits. Prior to saving, I look at the side-by-side close up and whole body photo (this I am obsessively and compulsively consistent with!) and put together the first two words that come to my mind. Other times I just use the titles of songs that I’ve been playing on repeat (At the moment, it’s ‘Divine Intervention’ by Taking Back Sunday) or lyrics/quotes that speak to me. This look, however, was named Napoleon (this Napoleon or this, up to you) simply because of the colors I used. And I have no particular reason why I am saying this at the moment. I’m actually just typing away words as they come out from my 50% serious 50% sabaw (loves adding disclaimers like this one) mind. It’s like me, talking to myself, only this time, you can see (read, whatever) it too!
It’s pretty obvious that I am not in the most effective mental state right now (haha!) and this is partly due to the excessive amount of paperwork being asked from us at school (I have to do a paper that is to be submitted everyday, once a day until Wednesday next week and another one on Thursday!) It still baffles me though on how I still have the time to make this rather useless post that wouldn’t benefit you in any way (or would it?) And to make this post even more annoying, here comes a not so smooth anyway! Anyway, I’ve had a pretty eventful day today! I witnessed my first ever kidney transplant operation, saw a donated kidney ‘urinating’ (science!!!) and smelled burning flesh for the first time! It doesn’t matter how I stood for five hours straight during the transplant procedure. Everything that happened today piqued my interests, and it was all worth the back pain and the possible formation of varicosities (okay, I’m not serious about the last one) I hope you had a great day as well! Thank you so much for dropping by! :)
Photos by: Chelsea Ajose