What I Wish I Was Wearing: “Winter” Street Fashion

I want to say up front that technically, there’s no winter here in the Philippines. Here, a bit of rain plus a slight chill in the air is as winter as it gets. Nevertheless, I still want to dive right into the spirit of the season and create a look for “winter” in the Philippines.

My inspiration for this would be Abbey Lee Kershaw. I have loved her for years (in a none creepy way, I hope) and she has more than once been the peg for my hair styles. She has such a delicate look about her but at the same time, she comes off as tough in her photos and fashion choices.

I have always struggled when creating my own sets in Polyvore. My obsessive compulsiveness surfaces once I start fixing the elements in it. Usually, I try to combat it by making things as cluttered as possible. Today, however, the OC-ness won.

More about the set: It has been my dream to wear a long chiffon skirt like that. I’m just not sure though if I would look good in it since I’m sooo short! There’s always the fear that I’d look like I’m drowning. Ah, but I’ll never know unless I try, right?

How about you, who’s your style inspiration?

8 thoughts on “What I Wish I Was Wearing: “Winter” Street Fashion

  1. I like the look you did there Mich! πŸ˜€ you matched everything perfectly!! πŸ™‚ I wish we had winter here though so we can sport to that winter apparels πŸ™‚


  2. i like your choicws of winter clothes .my inspiration? hmm,nothing ,i just wear what makes me comfortable and will cover me from freezing to death. a pair of boots,long sleeve shirt ,thick jacket,pants .


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