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Somewhere along the way, I became a guy who is unable to head out without wearing any headwear — may it be a beanie, a cap, or any of my hats. So for this post, I will be talking about one of my favorite headwear, wide-brimmed hats.

It's all about the high and low balance. White tee, denim jacket, ripped jeans, and Chelsea boots? You're probably good. It also seems fair game to top it off with a hat.

But for real though, the only rule to pulling off a hat is that there's no rule at all. Just wear one and don't mind what the others might think about you.

Outfit Details:

Hat from Forever21
Jacket from Oxygen
Shirt from Custom Thread
Pants from Penshoppe
Boots from Zalora



Photo by Nikki de Asis

BACK AT IT AGAIN WITH THE WIDE-BRIMMED HATS

Monday, June 12, 2017



Somewhere along the way, I became a guy who is unable to head out without wearing any headwear — may it be a beanie, a cap, or any of my hats. So for this post, I will be talking about one of my favorite headwear, wide-brimmed hats.

It's all about the high and low balance. White tee, denim jacket, ripped jeans, and Chelsea boots? You're probably good. It also seems fair game to top it off with a hat.

But for real though, the only rule to pulling off a hat is that there's no rule at all. Just wear one and don't mind what the others might think about you.

Outfit Details:

Hat from Forever21
Jacket from Oxygen
Shirt from Custom Thread
Pants from Penshoppe
Boots from Zalora



Photo by Nikki de Asis


The cold weather may have come and gone and the summer weather is finally here, but being the person that I am, this outfit post is still me wearing a hoodie.

For me, hoodies are a vital part of one's outfit as they offer the right comfort. Hoodies are totally a head-turner when it comes to street style. It also means comfort, ease, and effortlessness. Plus, a hoodie makes everyone look like they’re not trying too hard. You can imagine the giddy feeling that I get whenever I receive on as hoodies are really stylish and adds element to work with on your wardrobe. However, the clothes you wear with it are equally as important as they add to the look and can change the style entirely. You can wear wear an oversized hoodie for example with skinny jeans, and my Chelsea boots, like how I did. But there are so many other ways to make your hoodie look hella stylish. No matter what, a hoodie will always be the more comfortable choice when faced with different clothing options.

Outfit Details

Hoodie from Last Pilgrim

Jeans from Forever 21

Chelsea boots from Zalora



Photo by Nikki de Asis

MODERN DAY PILGRIM

Monday, March 27, 2017



The cold weather may have come and gone and the summer weather is finally here, but being the person that I am, this outfit post is still me wearing a hoodie.

For me, hoodies are a vital part of one's outfit as they offer the right comfort. Hoodies are totally a head-turner when it comes to street style. It also means comfort, ease, and effortlessness. Plus, a hoodie makes everyone look like they’re not trying too hard. You can imagine the giddy feeling that I get whenever I receive on as hoodies are really stylish and adds element to work with on your wardrobe. However, the clothes you wear with it are equally as important as they add to the look and can change the style entirely. You can wear wear an oversized hoodie for example with skinny jeans, and my Chelsea boots, like how I did. But there are so many other ways to make your hoodie look hella stylish. No matter what, a hoodie will always be the more comfortable choice when faced with different clothing options.

Outfit Details

Hoodie from Last Pilgrim

Jeans from Forever 21

Chelsea boots from Zalora



Photo by Nikki de Asis


As you may have noticed, I have been missing in action for the past few weeks (mostly because it's been pretty difficult to blog as my dorm doesn't have wifi) and the biggest reason for that is because of school. But now I'm back on track with a new outfit post - the outfit I wore to Day 2 of Bench Fashion Week S/S 2017 which happened last March 11, 2017.

To be honest, I don't really know where to begin with this look. Do I start it with the denim biker's jacket? I actually picked this jacket up in a thrift store near my dorm. I’d been looking for one of these for such a long time now. Under the jacket is a white button down from Uniqlo and I decided to put a string choker as an accessory because why the hell not. It's good to try new things. On the bottom I went for ripped jeans and paired it with a suede Chelsea boots to blend the lines between streetstyle and smarter styling.

What do you think about my outfit?

Outfit Details:

Sunnies from SM Accessories

Denim biker jacket Thrifted

White buttondown from Uniqlo

String chokers from 90skidsPH

Ripped jeans from Penshoppe

Chelsea boots from Zalora



Photos by Nikki de Asis

WHAT I WORE TO: DAY 2 OF BENCH FASHION WEEK SS17

Monday, March 13, 2017



As you may have noticed, I have been missing in action for the past few weeks (mostly because it's been pretty difficult to blog as my dorm doesn't have wifi) and the biggest reason for that is because of school. But now I'm back on track with a new outfit post - the outfit I wore to Day 2 of Bench Fashion Week S/S 2017 which happened last March 11, 2017.

To be honest, I don't really know where to begin with this look. Do I start it with the denim biker's jacket? I actually picked this jacket up in a thrift store near my dorm. I’d been looking for one of these for such a long time now. Under the jacket is a white button down from Uniqlo and I decided to put a string choker as an accessory because why the hell not. It's good to try new things. On the bottom I went for ripped jeans and paired it with a suede Chelsea boots to blend the lines between streetstyle and smarter styling.

What do you think about my outfit?

Outfit Details:

Sunnies from SM Accessories

Denim biker jacket Thrifted

White buttondown from Uniqlo

String chokers from 90skidsPH

Ripped jeans from Penshoppe

Chelsea boots from Zalora



Photos by Nikki de Asis

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