Okay.. So.. I’m getting a lot of compliments on my recent OOTD (blouse and skirt – see here) from Plains & Prints. As my attempt of travelling light, I wore the same skirt but paired it with a different blouse. This time —- a more casual and comfortable one.
Let’s compare this look from what I wore the first time. 😅
Yes the background is better compared to the first look. Same shoes and skirt indeed but.. the hair!!! 😂 It is pretty obvious that I wore this to impress my co-guests who will eat breakfast as well. I have to admit. I haven’t taken a bath when I took these photos so shhhhh… 😶
This look is dedicated to Nobu and my favorite memories, places and everything in between about one of the best hotels in Manila, Philippines.
Like what I said in my recent OOTD post,(click here) I’m using the same Dior eyeshadow plus this mono eyeshadow for a neutral and glowy look.
Where am I heading to?
I know. I’m heading to that shiny shimmery gold thingy. I love love love to look at it. I really love gold/yellow to the point that whenever I see anything on that color, I feel relaxed immediately. 😶
Wondering why I’m wearing this? It is a cover-up and a white sleeveless top from Plains & Prints Summer collection 2014. I wore this hoping that the life guard will not be strict and allow me to swim. Unfortunately… 😧
I have no choice. My toddler wants to swim and the only way he’d enjoy swimming is with me around. So the next solution is to wear the Plains & Prints swimsuit. It is supposed to be paired with a bikini but I preferred wearing shorts. It is also meant for the zipper to be unzipped in the chest area to have a sexier look — but my husband prefers to zip it all up. 😅
I know I don’t have a perfect body and I still have a lot to work on.. but.. it is already a big step for me to find a swimsuit that will fit me perfectly without sacrificing comfort and still look good even despite my size. Thankful to find a brand that gave me more confidence and even highlighted my body’s strengths.
This is just a tip of the iceberg. Find more about Nobu on my next post. 😉
Let sexiness be defined by how you perceive yourself and not how others define sexiness. ☺