It was a Sunday and I was all prepared for what to wear on an evening concert with my Mom and Lovely, unfortunately my Mom forgot where she put my dress. I was about to lose my composure and throw in a mood but I kept cool and picked an old dress, matched it up with a blue skirt. It wasn’t my best but I just needed something to wear to church. When we arrived at Ayala, I told my mom I had to buy a new dress, she was like “WHAT!” I gave her my sarcastic look and she let me on the loose.
I had a dress in mind from People are People but as I passed by Zara, they were on Sale. So I jump in to the fashion wagon and looked for the perfect style to match the jacket that I was wearing. After 15-20 minutes of browsing and fitting different styles, I finally picked a gorgeous V-neck striped dress which perfectly fits my peach knitted blazer.
I know it was such an impulsive purchase but somehow I loved the dress even more. It was an easy to wear Sunday dress which spells sophistication and comfort. This look comprises the perfect length, chicness with a touch of youthful vibe.
Cut-out Heels: Follie
Structured Handbag: Parfois
After church, my mom, Lovely and I had a sumptuous dinner at Oh George Cafe before we head off to the concert. We had a blast laughing our asses out and I was trying to make sure not to fall down from my seat from extreme laughter. The comedy concert was totally worth it, even if it was a target of controversy after the show. Sometimes I wonder what goes through the mind of these highly moral and conservative people who can’t take a tiny green joke into a good one. Geez people loosen up. Kisses. Enjoy the photos.
Me, Lovely and Mom
We are a crazy bunch.