Primadonna

“I could walk a mile in your shoes, but I already know they’re just as uncomfortable as mine. Let’s walk next to each other instead…” ― Lynda Meyers

I have more or less a hundred pair of shoes in my closet. A few of them have been left broken for some time now. I’ve been thinking of having them fixed or fixing them myself but it’s either I don’t have time or procrastination is just too irresistible. And yep, I’m engaged with the last one ATM. I’m piled up with work but my mind refuses to cooperate. Oh, help me Lord please..

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OOTD features my Primadonna shoes I purchased two years ago. They got broken last year and were left unrepaired since then. Last night, I managed to fix the shoes and luckily wore them this afternoon. Too bad though because it rained heavily so I had to be really careful not to put too much pressure on my feet so it would last. Thank God, no embarrassing shoe moments happened and I was able to go home with my soles still intact. But I promised to make time and extra money to have all my broken shoes repaired.

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street style fashion

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my killer smile haha

street style fashion

Outfit details: DIY headband turned headgear (bonnet), Apartment 8 Clothing top, Heartstring backpack, DIY slacks turned shorts, Primadonna boots, YRYS watch

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Mutzii

Fringe

“We can complain because rose bushes have thorns, or rejoice because thorn bushes have roses.”― Abraham Lincoln

I have been extremely clingy with my emotions lately that even my Facebook newsfeed makes me feel very down. I had to deactivate it from time to time to push the monster with a pair of sharp green eyes away because I terribly felt like the world was partying while I was left in the very corner fringe and broken. Please don’t be mad at me for being so weak. I just had the most terrible days of my life and it freaking left some traumatic experience on me. But the good news is, I am beginning to see some ray of light now. I can’t even believe that there’s still hope for something I thought that’s already hopeless.

I thank my courageous self for being able to win the negativity that temporarily possessed me. And yep, to show that I’m absolutely on my way back to a happy life, I am awakening this blog that has experienced mild abandonment for a few weeks now by sharing with you today, a quick OOTD post.

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fringe top

fringe top + lazy style

Outfit details: Forever 21 sunnies, Primadona fringe top, thrifted bag, SM department store shorts, Forever 21 socks, thrifted boots, Casio watch

P.S.

My life’s getting by but lately, I am literally always having a bad hair day. Pft. I freaking need a visit to a salon to have my hair treated & rebonded.

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Mutzii

Workwear for less

Tips to thrift
1. Have an open mind.
2. When in doubt, try it on.
3. Make sure you like the way it fits & looks on you.
4. Ask, “Will I actually wear this?”
5. If you like it, buy it & rock it! Who cares what others think?

Featuring today these high waist wide leg pants thrifted for only P30. Yep, thirty pesos!

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I wanted to pair it with a plain white or black top but I couldn’t find any in my closet so I’ve picked out this top with little stripes instead among other printed tops. And it didn’t fail! I love how the little stripes added a bit edginess to the trousers. Most prints are just hard to match with the other prints but these two prints look perfect for me. I guess the reason is that clothes with little prints are easier to match with other prints unlike those fabrics with huge prints which tend to look too distracting.

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Outfit details: Apostrophe sunnies, DIY top from sister’s closet, thrifted pants, Forever 21 satchel bag, Casio watch, thrifted shoes

Loving this look so much, perfect for every day workwear!

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Mutzii