This is the second and last instalment of my Ilocos photo diary. It was again a looong tiring day and a lot of places to see, but it’s all worth it. After we spent hours on the beach (see previous post) we headed out to the iconic Bangui Wind Farm. I didn’t expect to see that many windmills at one place and it’s very huge too! It is very relaxing to watch it go and it provides not only a tourist spot but also a huge contribution in producing natural energy for the northern region of the Philippines.
Got nothing to wear? I got your back, this is my go to pieces when I want to look chic, comfy and put together. I went for a neutral pallet that would complement any accessories, skin-tone, hair color, etc. These pieces are not that complicated to wear because it is comfy and chic and you can transition with this outfit from day to night. Continue reading “GRAYSCALE”
Finally my Ilocos photo diary (Part 1) is up. My apologies again for the late upload because I’ve been busy lately that’s why I am not that actively blogging, but I will try my best to post consistently. I will split this post into two parts because there are a lot of photos and I want to share all of it to you guys. Though you’re not with me I want you to experience all of it through my photos.
Color can sometimes be an indicator of your emotions and your feelings towards the day. It can easily change the mood you are going for. Color can inspire people and brighten up their day. Color can make or break your outfit it can be your shoes, bags, or accessories. In short color can possibly have an impact to your everyday living. I personally use color in my outfits to express my feelings and mood towards the day, but not all the time.