After which, we headed straight at Yoyi’s Pastries and Desserts for a CBC workshop but didn’t catch the memo on time that the event was gonna be moved three hours later so instead of waiting around, we decided to head off to Ayala Center to go see “Paper Towns” and do this quick shoot.
I really love this top I got from ZALORA. Not only that it’s comfy to wear, it literally also serves as one of my smart-casual attire pieces (that most companies require their employees to wear every Monday).
And speaking of ZALORA, I like how they have pretty good quality products that still have reasonable prices, plus the awesome sales that make their products even more budget friendly and tempting to buy! I am planning to purchase from them again and I’m eyeing on their pullovers. I mean, who doesn’t like pullovers? Those people should be pulled over by the Fashion Police so they can be taught a lesson! I hope you appreciated that joke. It totally took me about 10 minutes to make that. Hahaha!
On which note, if you’re up for getting some sumptuous zip-up and pullover hoodies, they are available at ZALORA through this link: http://www.zalora.com.ph/women/clothing/hoodies-pullover/.
I literally was wearing makeup the whole time and it was kinda heavy on the face and a lil uncomfortable since the weather was really hot and I kept sweating all over my masked face. Good thing going to the mall helped even for a short span of time because we needed to go back at Yoyi’s for the workshop.
As I have mentioned above, we went to have decent graduation pictures retaken. We were only allowed to grab the soft copies of what they call the ‘barkada shots’ (four pieces) and these are my favorites: