Stripes & Dots

Thursday, August 15, 2013

What I wore: polka dot polo used as cover-up Papaya (SM Surplus) • striped top bought in Bangkok • red pants Mango • vintage bag Alviero Martini • sandals SM Parisian • watch Gucci • studded bracelet strap Scene City Bohol
earrings c/o Vivilli
I wore this last June when I met up with my college friends. It was a very fun and heart-warming reunion since we finally had the chance to see and talk to our long lost friend. The weather that day was bipolar again so I chose to wear something comfortable. I would've worn my black booties but I hate to get it wet from puddles of water.
By the way, do you remember Qoileez!, the rubber coil accessories I was talking about? I showed teasers of them here and here. This post will also show another one where I used it as hair accessories. As you can see, I also incorporated the same prints on my hair to match my look.
I will teach you how to use it in numerous ways on another post so watch out for it!

For more information about Qoileez!, check them out here:

I've always wanted to try combining different prints. The key to actually doing one is to use prints in a similar palette. If you are going to mix polka dots and stripes, I would advise you to choose small prints like I did.

It's amazing how versatile these coils are. You can also put it on your eyeglasses to make it look extra artsy. I actually do not have glasses but I borrowed my sisters to show you guys how it works. 

I'll be keeping this short for now! Have a great day!

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