Thursday, November 27, 2014

Sleek Minimalist

It was just like the ordinary, sunny day when my classmates decided to shoot me for my blog... just kidding! Actually this semester, we actually have Advertising Photography class so a lot of my classmates bring their cameras. That is why when I asked my dear friend, Claudine to take my blog pictures, I was just shocked when slowly not only one lens are pointed at me but five haha! I was feeling a pro model then or more like a frog specimen under a microscope, LOL! So if you are a keen observer and a photo enthusiast then you may notice that the pictures here came from different sources.

After blabbering my little story with you ( I hope you didn't roll your eyes for wasting your time reading what's above.) I will now tell you what inspired me for my outfit in this post.

Remember when I told you that I got addicted to this Kdrama called Master's Sun? Well I'm still into it up to now especially with the male lead which is Joo Joong Won played by the hot So Ji Sub (...and this is my korean- fancy schmancy side ;) ) Anyways, I kind of cop the look of Tae Yang- the protagonist in the story, at one episode. But of course since I am not in Korea with their adventurous street style, I kind of toned down the look by forgetting the knee-length socks and tucking my blouse in. Hence, a more formal approach of the outfit.

I always see this lovely floral-cut pattern on clothes online and I'm quite happy that I get to have something with this interesting design. Look at how it made my plain white top extraordinary just because of its intricacy.

  To rest my consistent black and white fondness, I opt for this plaid moss green skirt to avoid being boring.

  I like the way I dress now when it comes to business attires but to play it a little I wore these cute barbie-esque shoes that broke the seriousness of my outfit.

To add some glam to my ensemble, I wore  this gold lion that is such an attention-catcher when everyone took a look at it.

Top from Fifth Avenue, skirt from Stylenanda, shoes from Donaire, Necklace from Wilson

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