On our last day Cebu, at the resort, my friends and I started to take our last photos around the beach. You know, typical tourist-y photos and selfie photos to post on social media sites like Instagram. Yeah, those kind of pictures. :))
I wish I took more photos with my friends instead of photos of myself.. lol. Technically, my friend Jeanne took these photos. Anyway, here is my… um.. OOTD. Not the most convincing photo to summarize a fun trip, but please pay attention to the scene and not the person, haha. =))
Okay I couldn’t say that in a serious tone. I just had to add a laughing emoticon next to it. BUT WAIT THERE’S MORE.
I actually have a purpose for posting photos of myself! Not to be vain, not for selfie purposes, or whatever selfish-ish reasons to parade my photos online.
Enter Southshore Beach Shop:
SOUTHSHORE is a proud Philippine brand that promotes the fun and laidback lifestyle of local beach bums. It’s not just about the beach though – Southshore also provides chill-out fashion pieces for travelers and urban adventurers.
The brand also aims to support Philippine tourism, and believes that the country has the best islands in the world.
Basically SS sells cool stuff that you can wear on your beach trips, and then some casual wear on the side too.. Though I dig their bags and accessories more because I don’t have the body for their swimwear line, hehe. In short: Hanggang tingin at asa nalang ako. They’re not that new to the business, either, I think they have been around for a few years now.
Disclaimer: Yes, I don’t have the looks to do this, or to do more of this. No, I don’t have plans to turn my blog to a fashion blog showcasing what *I* wore, as I obviously am NOT skilled in styling myself or working out pretty clothes and I prefer to work behind the camera. Yes, my outfit is so boring — I don’t accessorize, I’m not used to it. :)) Moving on…
Reppin’ Southshore, yo.
Aimee Aztec sling bag from Southshore Beach Shop, Penshoppe top, Bench shorts, Bangketa sunnies (lol)