Survived the first week of lil’ Ms. GJG attending big school. It may sound as a big deal probably because it is! I now understand how much effort and time is put to bringing your child to and from school especially if the area is congested, where cars are everywhere and the streets are filled with people walking and waiting. It’s such a challenge especially for me who’s so used to bringing my lil’ Ms. GJG to and from school, because her school now is the center of traffic in San Juan! Heehee. But as a dutiful hands-on momma, I have nothing else to complain because I get to spend everyday with her. Well, except for the %&%@(#* traffic!
Soooo, this outfit post is dedicated to a Friday night of fun and relaxation. How I honestly wish I can go out tonight,
party enjoy a bottle of good wine, a hearty dinner and nonsense conversation with my girlfriends, or Mr. GJG or our friends. But since I cannot, I’m fine staying in catching up on more blog posts kwentos or my current TV show series.
You might have spotted this outfit before when I posted about an event I attended.
I’m currently into anything neutrals when it comes to clothes and shoes. Am I really slowly transitioning to staple yet chic instead of loud and trendy? I don’t think so. But maybe part of me wants this balance in my style.
I think a clean, polished look is always on trend. Try on different shades of a particular color to create a monochrome look. A good way to start is by playing along the neurtal palette of black, white and brown. These colors are easier to work around building a monochrome look than the colors of the rainbow.
Again, less is more. When choosing on accessorising your look, pick one part you want to highlight. Usually, the style of the dress would depend on what accessory you should pair it with. In this case, I opted to wear a neck piece to further enhance the beauty of the draping of the dress.