Ped Xing

I am one who is used to commuting. Well, sort of. Bus, tricycle, jeep and MRT were my modes of transportation back when I was in college in between attending castings and shoots. Yes, working student ang peg. This OOTD reminded me of those days when I had to wear commute-friendly clothes that still look presentable despite the haggardness commuting brings.

I actually had to cross EDSA-Ortigas this fateful day as I had errands on different buildings that were just right across each other, thus the title of the post.

Uy, pedestrian crossing yan ha, shorter version lang and not ped xing (pronounced as sing). Most of you would notice the ped xing signages along Roxas Boulevard in Manila. Those are hard to miss as they are tawiran in almost every corner or stop light.

PedXingComfortable shirt + jeans+ sneakers= pedestrian-friendly.

PedXing1My top reminds me of a pedestrian crossing. Heehee.

PedXing2Because it was just a short walk, instead of bringing an umbrella with me, I wore a cap to protect me from the sun or the rain.

PedXing3

PedXing4Pa-fresh fez. I only put on eyebrow make up and curled my lashes. That’s it pancit. Pa-sweet lang.

PedXing5Totally loving my fuschia sneaks that are so comfortable, I don’t mind wearing this pair everyday.

THE OUTFITEY:

Striped longsleeves: Cotton On

Skinny jeans: Zara

Sneakers: Bensimon 

Cap: Daily Grind available at Team Manila

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  • maey

    hi jackie. you look good.may i know the brand of your bag and where you bought it? thanks

  • Ohms Emocling

    so cool and comfy.. i like it Mommy Jackie:)

  • maey

    hi,whats the brand of your bag?

    • jackiego

      Hi Maey, it’s Prada :)