NOTHINGS INTO SOMETHINGS

Tuesday, July 4, 2017


From scouring numerous thrift shops during my spare time, I found a place which I can refer to as my favorite thrift shop as I never leave the store without buying anything. And during one rainy afternoon as I was stuck without an umbrella at a place which was a block away from my favorite thrift shop, I decided to check out if they had new clothes to sell. To my surprise, my sight caught this comic-printed pants that I just couldn't leave without buying it (even though I was on a budget).

As soon as I tried on the pants, I was in love. The versatility of that certain piece of clothing was what really caught my attention — my brain was already exploding on ideas of how I would style the pants as soon as I get home. I was that extremely in love with the pants! Playful and stylish — two words that can easily describe the comic-printed pants. Me being me, I also love how it's eye-catching and can put edge on whatever outfit you pair it with. Although any printed clothing can be quite risky as it can be difficult to pull of, it's all about adapting, confidence, and blending with your personal style.

Now, let's move on to my outfit. To embody the street style look, I paired my comic-printed pants with an orange hoodie and a fanny pack. Orange and printed clothing? To some, it's a bit weird and not pleasing to the eyes, but it was a great ensemble in my eyes. A quick tip for anyone who's interested in wearing printed clothing but is afraid of taking the risk, the simplest way to style any printed clothing is by looking at the colors in print and continuing that certain theme throughout your outfit. As for me, I completed my entire outfit by wearing my white Chuck Taylors.

Outfit Details:

Orange Hoodie from Gildan
Fanny Pack from SM Department Store
Pants Thrifted
Sneakers from Converse



I was honored enough to work with who I believe is one of the country's best photographers. So thank you, Angela Gonzalvo for the amazing photos! Please do visit both her Facebook and Instagram accounts to see more of her works.

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