Happy 2nd day of July everyone! There’s nothing really to look forward for me this month aside from my sister’s birthday but I hope its not too late to greet you in this wonderful month of July! If you are following me on Instagram and Twitter, you know that I got my driver’s license a few days ago (finally after 48 years!) but before anything else, still have to convince mother dearest for me to use our car (sakyanan nalay kuwang guys! lol) Anyway, it’s been raining non-stop lately and I couldn’t help but feel uncomfortable sometimes especially the fact that I commute in going to school (not to mention the famous “BAHA” we have at USC-TC) plus the traffic. My ETA of 15 mins turned to almost half an hour! I don’t really know if its good news to us or not but I’ve heard a new policy that the CITOM (Cebu City Traffic Operations Management) will be strictly implementing the ‘no left turn’ policy around Banilad area. I know it would definitely be a hassle to some living within the area but I hope it will somehow help the traffic flow from Talamban to Banilad and vice versa. Well see!
Moving on to my outfit! Here’s what I wore a couple of weeks back when the sun still decided to show up. I wanna feel cool and went for a printed top + plain shorts combo. You can never go wrong with these black shorts! It’s one of a basic must have in your wardrobe because you can pair it with almost anything at any occasions! Imagine wearing this shorts with a peplum top for parties, crop top for a more laid back look, basic tee for those lazy days, tank top for post gym outfits, etc and it would still work! Plus these black shorts of mine are highwaisted — bonus!
Comment down below and tell me what you think! 🙂
Top : leopard printed top from Gaisano Grand Mall, Tabunok (long time ago na) | Shorts : Random Thrift store | Accessories : loom bracelet I made myself! | Bag : Black Leather sling/shoulder bag I got from Korea | Shoes : So Fab
Another month, Another chance to make new memories! Make sure It’s a good one and not something that you’ll regret in the future! 🙂