The weather has been quite a challenge for me lately as it’s been raining more often than not. But then again, I shouldn’t be surprised. It rains a lot where I live and everyone knows that. I have been into a lot of colors again lately. Enter the floral bomber jacket.  I love how the bright florals on this jacket satisfy my need for all things pretty and pre-fall, and it keeps me warm - and is very city-appropriate.I love how an unexpected pieced like this floral bomber can automatically jazz up an otherwise plain t-shirt and pants. Found this bomber at Zara for a steal. Thanks, Zara!
What I'm wearing: Zara bomber jacket, Old Navy shirt, H&M pants, Zara sneakers, Aldo watch









Today I’m putting the spotlight on a combo that I can’t get enough of – blue and white. It’s a classic that will never go out of style. This is my pahabol summer look after our Baguio trip. Classic color combinations look stylish on everyone like what I have on here, no matter the season. These colors worn together create looks that are timeless and flattering, while providing plenty of flexibility in your wardrobe.  
What I'm wearing: Forever 21 cobalt shirt, Zara white pants, Golddot sandals, Marc by Marc Jacobs bag



Photographed by Rjay Nobesteros 

 Day 3 is our Pasalubong day, we went to different places like Mines View Park, SM Baguio, and Good Shepherd to buy pasalubongs to our loved ones. Naks! haha. I've been to Mines View Park like eight or nine time already. Our favorite place to buy pasalubong and take photos. Mines View Park is one colorful destination in Baguio City. It’s located in a cliff where we’ll see a nice view of Baguio City’s mountainous slope and mines. Aside from its scenic view, there’s a variety of things that the visitors can enjoy like posing with traditional costumes, posing with horses and st. bernards. We’ll also find several souvenir shops in this park so expect this place to be very crowded.
 If I can just buy all of these. Green thumb :)





 When in Baguio, one must never go home without buying pasalubong from the Mountain Maid. That is considered a mortal sin. Good Shepherd Convent is in Mines View. The main entrance is along Gibraltar Road and it is within walking distance from the souvenir shops at Mines View Park.


 After buying pasalubong in SM Baguio, we went straight to Secret Garden to have lunch.



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