Lady in Black

Monday, June 04, 2012

What I wore: dress used as a top from Bangkok • maxi skirt Divided by H&M • wedges & leopard ring Forever 21 • vintage clutch from my Mom's closet • bangles borrowed from my sister • earrings from Singapore
I wore this before in an event but I wasn't able to take photos of it so I wore it again for the Ramps Crossings' show on Philippine Fashion Week Holiday 2012. But I actually change the accessories, bag and shoes to make it different.

Since it was my first time to attend a prestigious fashion event, I opted to wear black because it is the safest color and it always exudes sophistication and class.
The print of my skirt is tame enough for a formal event like this, and I used gold and white accessories to compliment the look. I was actually panicking because I wasn't able to find the perfect necklace to wear so I just wore this big earrings that I got from my friends so that it can take the attention rather than my bare neck.
Anyway, have a great day ahead!

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