I've been buying heels lately and this Zara-inspired, color-block Heels from Gibi is my 5th heels that I bought this year!
Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Sunday, November 18, 2012
I'm on a "girly mode" at this moment so I decided to post a look here on my blog about Floral Prints. Floral Prints, well of course are flowers (haha), and flowers connote something feminine.
Headband - Forever 21
Floral Dress - Bazaar Find
Floral Blazer - Roselyn White
Belt - What A Girl Wants
Hand Bag - Louis Vuitton (Vintage)
Wedges - Montego Bay Club for Payless
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
With my previous blogpost, which is an all-black outfit, this time I choose to have these lively colors, yellow, green and blue for this outfit post. This outfit reminds me of summer, I mean the month of May (since in our country, Philippines, it's always summer here! haha). Don't forget to hype the look at lookbook!
Dress - Gift from Mom
Belt - What a Girl Wants
Bag - Mango
Shoes - Sheimei
Tuesday, November 06, 2012
The graphic t-shirt has a print design of our law professor's usual facial expression during our oral examinations with his famous sarcastic remark every time we return back his questions during such.
Our class agreed to print a t-shirt with such design to show our admiration to our law professor on Persons and Family Relations Law, Atty. Joseph Randi Torregosa. Atty. Torregosa's way of teaching is what we reckoned as the most effective one at law school. He assigned us lots of chapters on the book and the range of 30-45 Supreme Court Cases to read in advance for his mighty oral examinations. He's a law professor with a great sense of humor. There's no single class that we had from him that we don't laugh at his effortless jokes and at the same time we learn a lot from them too. But what I don't like is his "brain-bleeding" written examinations. I even cried after our final exams on his subject because it was sooooooooooo hard and he just laughed at us during the exam upon seeing our face on great agony at his exam. Thank God I passed the subject! haha
Back to the outfit, so I choose the dark colors like black and gray to match the graphic t-shirt because I want to try pulling off a punk/rockstar/grunge/whateveryoucallit look. haha :)
Sweater: Gift from my cousin
Graphic T-Shirt: Acquired at Law School
Denim Shorts: Bazaar Find
Saturday, November 03, 2012
This is my current favorite dress. This is a baby-doll dress which is designed to cut the body in half (which I also used a belt for emphasis), and such design is a great help for those girls who want to look slimmer. Aside from the dress' girly design and the cut, the flower prints on the dress made the dress look even more "girlier". Even the mother of my best friend, Kristhy (who took the photos below) likes the dress so much. I will never forget that she told me that I look like a "kid" every time I wear this dress. :)
Floral Dress - Bazaar Find
Black Pumps - Figlia
Bucket Bag - Cose
Watch - Timex
Belt - Genevieve Gozum
Necklace - Blair's (my former room mate)
Lipstick - Fanny Serrano, Pink Chic
Special thanks to my best friend, Kristhy for taking the above photos! <3
Thursday, November 01, 2012
"Start with what you already know and start working with what you can do." - Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole
My hard work during my first semester as a freshman Law student has been finally paid off! I passed all the subjects of the first semester and that was NOT definitely a piece of cake. Before I entered Law School, I thought Law School is not that difficult but I was wrong. I never expected that time that in Law School, we are required to read lots of books, and in addition, SUPREME COURT DECISIONS! Imagine, one law professor would just give you 20 or sometimes 45 Supreme Court Decisions (each decision has an average page numbers of 4 to 10 on a long bond paper, using font size 9, VERY LONG!) to read for the oral examinations and another professor would also give a set of cases and you need to read them in a span of 2 or 3 or 4 days!
Law School is NEVER EASY. My law professor who is also the dean of the School of Law and Governance of the University of San Carlos once said that, "Law School is not all about intelligence, it's also about diligence." She is correct. Becoming a lawyer does not only require a man with high IQ it also needs diligence, without the latter, Law School would be impossible to survive.
On November 5, 2012 will be the start of my 2nd semester as a freshman Law Student, still, I hope and pray that I can survive this semester. For me, not only intelligence and diligence are primary ingredients in surviving Law School but also
For God be the Glory! :)