I totally don't get what the weather's been playing lately I mean, whether I'm in a foreign country or at home there isn't much of a difference. I know I've talked about it so many times in so many posts but come on, it's one of the very few things to consider every time we decide our ootd's. However, today marks my short hair posts. Yay! If you followed me on Instagram (@zaaaaiii) you probably knew how much I spontaneously decided to chop off my hair weeks before summer season started. I can't really say it was easy for me to decide and do but I thought it was practical since hot weather was fast approaching. I got a lot of "sayang" and (mostly) good feedback from my friends and family that had me little doubts yet more positive feelings about it. At the end of the day, I don't have any choice but to deal with it anyway, right? That's why I'm so thankful for these tiis ganda (because we shot this by the road and it was never easy especially when so many people are already off on golden hour) photos, they made justice to my own decision and because of it I learned to appreciate my decision 'til this very day.
Though its clear enough that its already rainy season here in the Philippines, I'm certain that in the other corners of the world where some of my loyal readers reside is also where summer is. If you're struggling with what to wear at the office, attending a meeting or any important errand that requires a casual outfit under an insanely hot weather, thin and light fabrics sure provides big help on your casual layer look. I'm definitely not saying there's a need to show some skin but always pick pieces that you're really comfortable with and at the same time matches whatever you're attending for the day. Lastly, fringed kimonos aren't always meant to be worn at the beach or your usual plain tank top + ripped denim shorts combo!
What do you think?
[Get Spotted Shop bralette, Details culottes, Forever 21 kimono/oversized sunnies, Charles&Keith sandals, Abby Jocson casual tote bag]