Good Vibes

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Yes, that's all I need. It was the start of the week and I felt bad for the past few days. Things had made me feel so down that I need to uplift my spirit.

You know what helped me?

Shoes. One of the secret to every woman's happiness. It uplifts us and brings back our confidence whenever we wear one. When it comes to heels, the higher, the better! It makes us more confident and we feel sexy even if we don't show some skin.

So I decided to wear my babies out in the streets.

I chose another casual and laid back ensemble because it was really warm outside and I don't want to wear really fit clothes that will make it hard for me to move. I added the my favorite scarf to add some colors and to funk-ify my look.
What I wore: shirt & harem pants from Bangkok • black wedges Forever 21 • multi-colored animal print scarf Landmark

DETAILS:
watch Claire's | connector ring Tickles
accessories Landmark
gold earrings borrowed from my sister
zebra-print bag Kathy van Zeeland
Unfortunately, I only have one decent outfit photo due to my brother's shaky hands. I think we had a lot of failed shots but they were all too blurry. Worst case :|

We ended up arguing because he was not in the mood to take my photos. So I had to take pictures on my own which is really difficult because I had to use the mirror and our wall. Bad vibes right?

GV come to me!

Recreate my look:

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