and the sun always shines down on your shoes

and the sun always shines down on your shoes

could be a blue, blue Christmas for you…
— “Rocks and Daggers”, Noah and the Whale

Chips Ahoy tee, P100. JackSon jeans, P250. InStyle Clogs, P400. Blue beaded bracelet, P50. All from Circle C.

For today’s family reunion, I went with my signature color, BLUE! That right there is my new favorite t-shirt. Not only is it blue, but it also bears the logo of one of my favorite snacks ever since I was a kid. Chips Ahoy! is LOVE.

That pair of clogs are just…ARGH. I love them. They’re wood, but oh so comfortable.¬† Compared to the other sandals displayed with them, they were a bit pricey — originally tagged P500, but I was able to get the salesgirl to bring it down to 400 — but it was well worth it! I mean, just look at those heels, man!

Time to shop for the everything I’m wearing in this photo (plus more): 40 minutes. Circle C is awesome for non-shoppers like me.

About the photo
Taken in my room using my Sony Ericsson W760i propped up on a desk and several books. Lighting provided by the morning sun. The pinkish hue was due to a pink scarf hung in my window as a substitute for a curtain.

I’ll be waiting in my cabin

I'll be waiting in my cabin

…until you call for me.

Large black tee from a friend’s fundraiser, P150. Black JackSon skinny jeans from Circle C, P250. Black Ohrelle sandals from my mom’s shoe rack.

The star of this look (aside from the lighting and PINK FLOWERS!) are my new jeans. I bought them right before the end of 2009. Being a girl who relied on Bench and Jag and Bobson and other boutiques for jeans, finding well-fitting skinny jeans¬† was like finding gold. Well, at least that’s what it felt like to me, since, y’know, I’m not used to shopping yet and all.

I must also note that it’s been a while since I’ve worn black jeans. I usually wear blue ones.

Those are my mom’s Ohrelle sandals. I borrowed them for this photoshoot because they look nice. And I must also find a similar pair for myself.

About the photo
Taken in Balai Indang, Cavite. Jan 1, 2010.

I originally didn’t want to start 2010 (or this blog) with a sad-ish photo, but I liked this photo, and I think 2010 is going to be a year of waiting for me, in a way. It’s also going to be a year of action, but there are several things I’m waiting for.

PIIIIINK FLOWERRRRRR ATTACKKKKKKK!!!