Tuesday, February 28, 2012

(February 06, 2012)

What I wore: top, cardigan, shorts from Bangkok • shoes Primadonna • satchel borrowed from my sister • necklace gift from my uncle
I miss the university life. I remember how everything was so easy back then. I miss seeing and hanging out with my friends everyday, the daily allowances, meeting new people and being active in school.
I remember how laid-back the students were but still very trendy. It was evident with the outfits people wear. La Salle is known for their fashionista boys and girls. I even remember we have this pathwalk called SJ Walk, wherein a lot of people stay to study or to hang out. It was like a runway for students to strut and model their clothes.

Sorrows of a graduate. Enough of this.

The pieces I usually wear during my college years were:

I wore this inside the classroom because it's freezing due to the very temperature of the AC.

I love how I can run and walk all day because it's more comfortable to move wearing this than jeans especially when we go back up and down the stairs of our old buildings.

I wore this in those days when you just want to have a laid-back look.

My alternative for pants.

Vintage-looking necklaces
An accessory that will just simply complete the outfit. I am a sucker for quaint necklaces.

Sandals, Slippers or Ballet Flats
For our dear feet to last strenuous days.

Full length or Capri pants
Everyone wears this to endure the freezing classrooms and it is also more comfortable to wear when you commute.

Large bags
Even up to now I prefer using large bags because I can put my whole house there. Kidding. I need a big space for my necessities. It makes me more at ease to know that I brought everything I need with me. There were times that I forgot to bring something important when I use small bags which sucks.
Anyhow, for this look, I wore heels for a change and to up a notch the outfit. The satchel makes me look like a school girl and of course the sunnies for a more fun and laid-back look.

What do you always wear in school?

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