Finally, my last beach post. I’ve been in school for three weeks already, so expect a whole load of back to school blog posts. We have tons of homework nowadays, and it’s crazy how the ‘ber’ months have arrived already! It seems like just a few days ago I was exploring Guam. This years’ summer went by way too quickly, I won’t miss the sun because it’s either burning or pouring here in manila. By the way, please excuse the harsh lighting, we were leaving that day and it was the only time I could take my photos.
I’ve been wanting to wear this maxi skirt for a long time now, it’s been sitting in my closet for about two years. But as I said before, maxi skirts aren’t good for people like me who always run around and swim. Luckily for me, I grew enormously since I bought this skirt that it only reaches up to my ankles. I didn’t need to worry about tripping anymore!
Doesn’t it seem like I’m wearing a necklace? That’s what I love about this bikini top, it’s like I’ve accessorized. I normally see people wearing sunglasses and fedora’s in the beach, but barely any necklaces. Speaking of which, I also wore a fedora to protect my face, it’s the type of hat that suits me and my brothers the most.
Hope you liked my last beach outfit post! I won’t be going to visit clear waters, sunny skies and soft sand for quite some time now. But i’m psyched for these next few months, I can finally layer my clothes without sweating. I’ve always liked the ‘ber’-months better 🙂
Mango bustier top
maxi skirt from a Greenhills stall
I love Koi bikini top
Bling Duck Slippers