It’s quite disappointing whenever you want to go out to have an outdoor photo shoot on a it rains like it’s not going to end. today’s outfit post, I feel like I failed my plan to shoot these popping oranges outdoor. I it the night before, mix and match several pieces until I finalized the happy look of the set. But somehow, I thought to myself “oh rain, I know you’re good to nourish earth’s soil but don’t mess with me today. I am happy don’t ruin it!” It my laid grassy background outside. So I ended up taking pictures here inside a small room with one tiny fluorescent light, please bear with my not so bad but not so high quality pictures. I think it’s decent enough to project the happy colors and fun details, I adjust the brightness though.
For my outfit post. I found this cute micro skirt at a local (you know local stores here is quite good selling unique pieces...) I am kinda hesitant to buy this at first because it's a micro skirt, super skimpy but the random prints caught my interest, so I gamble. These chambray sleeveless that I wore for the first time. I find it not quite fitting me and not comfortable when worn I don’t know, I just feel like my arms are too bulky for it or something. I am conscious again with my physical parts... *sigh* and the star of my get-up is of tangerine creepers from a thrift store online. It’s my first time to buy and wear it’s a fun time to create styles with this kind of . Unlike when I was just testing the waters on fashion blogging, I thought it good on me because I have short legs and everything, I don’t know what I should wear to fit it. But now, I find myself in love with these babies. And I think I want to have another pair!!
My boyfriend photog is just making a trick on how I will look taller on pictures. Quite justifiable, what do you think?
Chambray Shirt: offbrand || Micro Skirt: Local Boutique || Orange Statement Necklace: Girl Shoppe || Creepers: Thirft || Belt: Bizaare || Glasses: Random || Nail Lacquer: Caronia Nail Polish in Glissade
Have a dose of Vitamin C, mi loves!