Shake It Off

The holidays may be over and its probably back to normal days to most of us but the remnants of its spirit is definitely still around! I'm sure when we get back to school or at the office we'll still be talking about it. If I were to choose between the two best holidays, I'd always pick New Year not that I dislike Christmas but maybe it's because our family offers more food, firecrackers and fireworks, traditions and games compared to Christmas'. Moreover, there's always something to look forward to every new year. Its like an empty slate about to be written with new things, experiences and struggles authored by ourselves with a little inspiration from the past years. Sounds wonderful, don't you think? And that's why today, I'll be showing you a side of me that not most people know. New years eve makes me insanely giddy inside!!! And I do have that side just like you have your crazy side. lol! I came up with this playful look that I thought I could also wear at Disneyland or any amusement park excluding the "torotot", of course. Enjoy the photos!!x

Guess what song I was singing! Hahaha. #sorrynotsorry

One of the things I also look forward every new year is jumping when the hand of the clock strikes twelve! #petiteproblems Let's shake and kick off 2014! Thank you to my most loyal readers who've been sticking with me since I started this blog. I do hope I don't bore you yet, there's more to come this year! Much love!!

[SM GTW top, Romwe shorts, Accessories and Watermelon Co leather snapback cap, Abby Jocson bag, RayBan sunnies, Hublot watch]

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Year End Chill

Driving around for straight days trying to do a few chores asked, a few yearly holiday parties attended and last minute preps pretty much sums up my holiday rush! And I know, I know I'm here again publishing an end of the month blog post. What's happening to The Girl Who Thought of Style? Nothing that bad actually, I guess there's just a lot of adjustments since the -ber months started for me. New experiences and challenges came day by day and I'm having quite a hard time coping up but facing them the best way I could. And I should mention I did a few mistakes that made me so happy btw, because it made me so learned about the things I find new lately. If you've seen my current instagram (@zaaaaiii) posts, I just cut and treated my hair (yay! what do you think though?) so this is my last post with long locks which I really miss so much without regrets of cutting it short at the same time. lol. With all these new challenges life offered me now that I'm twenty, I'm more than open to face on what's coming this new year the best way I know. I'm sure we all have different experiences but shouldn't you be, too?

I can be one of the most calm people you'd ever meet probably because most emotions occur deep inside me lol! But just like what I learned about being a yogi, having a calm state usually leads to better choices and decisions that will later on show through actions. If you're the kind of person that finds it quite hard keeping calm, then this icy-looking ensemble might help you get started. A cool mint + royal blue combination- who would've thought, right? Little style tip; with the right color combinations, no matter how simple your apparels look, like these tee + shorts that I did will still make your outfit standout. Not to mention the 2015 pantone Marsala actually looks good paired with blue! 

Let's get ready ahead for 2015!

What do you think about my look?

[Gap v-neck tee, CFTG shorts (old), Romwe slip-ons (old), WAGW leather braided belt, F21 accessories, Love Eyecandy bag, Hermes watch]

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Dark Elegance

I believe this is my longest backlog this year or could be the longest I felt, one reason why I'm starting this post off with this very dramatic shot. Something you don't always see in this blog though I'm still working on a perfect shot, this was the closest one I had after the time consuming twirls I did. lol. Anyhoo, I do think that my very few loyal readers deserve an explanation on what I went through the past few weeks so let me make this quick- I had an enrollment for second semester (I'm pretty sure you already know how this went) and my schedule's all new to me and I've been adjusting to it up to now (insert blogger work of course), I got sick for about a week and then there's too many studying going on already but don't get me wrong. It's not like I don't prioritize this passion too and yes, I do miss it as much as you do. But did you know I try to catch up on Instagram if I can't make it through this blog? Its like my blogger life saver! lol. 

Now that I'm more than happy to be back, let's move on. My favorite season will always be spring and summer but what helps me not loving fall any less is surely the elegance of its hues especially when combined like what I did in this Sunday outfit. Rust and emerald green are my favorites and because they're both effortlessly boho and grand, I didn't mind stacking up.

Fall may be gloomy and a bit freezy but there's really something to look forward to it. Hope you had a great Sunday!

What do you think about my look?

[F21 top (old), H&M skirt, WAGW hat, Zara sandals, Extreme Finds necklace]

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