Looking at this outfit, it brings me back to the days when I first started becoming interested in fashion. I was obsessed with cardigans and I insisted on wearing it with everything! LOL Good thing I wasn't a blogger then or else I would be subjecting myself to some pretty painful past outfit posts. Haha! I'm absolutely thrilled that it's that time of the year again when the temperature starts to drop ever so slightly in Manila and it drops *all* the way down in Tagaytay which means, layering, finally!
Layering is a sure-fire way to make your outfit look more interesting and more fashionable. This little trick I did here with my jacket is something you might want to try! It's simple and you probably already have these in your closet! Read on for more details! :)
I've pictured doing this in my head a million times and I wasn't sure if it would work until I finally tried it out not too long ago. Definitely happy with the results and it opens up so much more possibilities in terms of styling in colder weather!
The trick is simple; with a long-sleeved shirt as a base, put on your second jacket. Hold on to the sleeves of your base shirt then just roll up your second jacket with your free hand! You can try this with flannel button-downs and even sweatshirts! I'm planning to experimenting with sweatshirts next! Haha! :)
Favorite hi-top sneakers at the moment, but they can be a bit uncomfortable on rare occasions. Still, super perfect for fall fashion.
Also got to shoot a little during the Golden Hour!! Unfortunately, these were the only two shots that made the cut. LOL blame it on the weird focus of my camera.
Penshoppe jacket, H&M shirt, UNIQLO jeans, ASOS sneakers.
I can't tell you guys how excited I am for my break because there are so many wonderful things lined up; from just chilling at home playing video games, to travelling before the year ends! Definitely *definitely* a much-needed change of scenery. But before all that, I've got to handle my finals so wish me luck and tell me what you guys think! Would you try this styling trick? :)