Dress : Greenhills (Shoppesville) || Bag : Mango || Shoes : Steve Madden
A simple dress can make your outfit from a effortless look to fab look by wearing striking colored shoes and accessories. But always remember not to overdo it. This awesome slime-colored heels is from Laureen Uy. I bought it a year or two ago at her booth in Centris. I think it is a piece to keep in my wardrobe because of its uniqueness. To avoid overdoing my outfit, i paired it with this mango studded bag.
Top : Thrifted || Shorts : SuperSale Bazaar || Shoes : Radley's Gift || Bag : GUESS || Necklace : Divisoria
Radley and I went to UP because my friend's friend invited us to be interviewed @ DZUP which is a part of their finals. I wore this laid-back and plain sheer button down top which I got from thrift shopping in Tagaytay and the shoes given by Rad during my birthday. The laced shorts makes the outfit not so boring because of its details. If you're not the type of person who doesn't like wearing black, you can add a couple of colorful accessory. I bought this necklace from Divisoria which is such a steal because it is really cheaper and to consider that some of these have similar quality and designs to online shops.
Top : Gift from Ate Ava || Flower Crown : DIY || Arm Party : Gift || Shoes : Jeffrey Campbell
A chic and girly post wouldn't hurt right? Inspired by pastels and florals, I decided to wear this off-shoulder dress given by Ate Ava. I love this dress because of its color and print. This is perfect because summer is getting into action - pastel colors are still in trend. The bracelet from my Ninang goes well with the dress because of its touch of floral print. I used my sister's DIY flower crown. She used plastic flowers then glued it in a black headband. My second time to use my JCs. The snakeskin print of the pumps makes it really pop.