Still on a Baguio high as Manila’s temperature slowly returns to its hot & humid state. So here’s a quick OOTD of lil’ Ms. GJG & I during our trip up north.
My kids love the cold weather. So much so that sometimes, they’re immune to it & needing a jacket isn’t necessary. Still, lil’ Ms. GJG was as excited as I am to dress up for the cold weather. It isn’t everyday that she gets to wear the jackets she shopped for, just like me. Heehee.
She’s had this riding pants ever since she was 2 years old. It wasn’t until now that she’s 4 that she’s able to use it for its purpose as she went riding with me during our trip to Baguio.
She was so mesmerised with the beauty of her surroundings that she kept on asking Mr. GJG to take tons of photos.
I wish this tweed jacket comes in my size. I wanneeet!
I’m still looking for this boots in my size. Heehee.
Sometimes, it’s all in the details.
Quick travel OOTD tip: Always pack a comfy pair of pants for your kids. One that’s easy to wear and remove during potty breaks. Anything comfy is always a MUST when dressing up your child.
Embroidered Top: SM Kids Fashion
Tweed Jacket: Gingersnaps
Riding Pants: Zara Kids
Stripe Socks: Happy Socks
Leather Boots: Zara Kids
Truth be told, ever since I became I mom, packing for myself has been a challenge. I want easy & comfy dressing. One that can get me through playing and chasing after my kids without having to worry about wardrobe malfunction.
Always consider black when traveling. It’s the safest and most neutral color you can wear. It’s easy to mix and match plus it can go from day to night.
This part of Camp John Hay reminds me of Forks, Washington, the setting of Twilight series. At least this is how I imagine their forrest to be. It’s beautiful in the morning but medyo creepy come night.
Tunic top: Willow Clothing (available at The Ramp, Landmark & SM Department Stores)
Quilted Faux Leather Jacket: Forever 21
Shoes: Yosi Samra
Watch: Philip Stein
Bracelet: Fitbit Flex