Arriane Serafico's style is a "maximalist mix of color, sparkle, and fun." David Guison presents a "Grungified street style that's dark and edgy." Sarah Meier sports a "trend-free, ghetto fab, minimalist, bohemian." While Knox Balbastro likes "ethnic Pinoy inspired, creative work wear."
I really love this project that is why I would like to promote it to my friends and readers. It's high time that we go out of our way and appreciate our own. Filipinos and our crafts, after all, are starting to compete, "trend," and be known globally. Boo yeah!
And so, I was challenged by Sarah to try it out. I was quite hesitant because I am not used to taking photos of myself. Instead, it is really the other way around... I take photos of others. But she encouraged me saying, "Just start with one item, Bri! Even if it's something as small as a bracelet, or socks. Kaya mo yan!" And so, I did. Bracelet? Check! :))
Glasses from Zoo York. Red & Blue Checkered Polo from the Thrift Store. Coal Grey Half Lining Herringbone Slim-fit Blazer from Giordano Hong Kong. Grey cotton-suede pants from UNIQLO Hong Kong. Puka Shells Necklace turned Bracelet from Mindoro, Philippines. Imitation Watch from Hong Kong sidewalk.
Philippine map over a military-fatigue "PILIPINAS" Canvass Bag from Collezione C2. Shoes from Boxfresh.
2 pieces. The bracelet and the bag. Whew, I cannot believe I did it! :)) So there, you can collaborate with Postura Project, and submit your own look at the Postura Project Facebook page. I believe this is a great project supporting the Philippines and Filipino-made products. It's a chance to let the world see that Filipinos can be world-class in look and style. Try it out, and see how it goes. :) #PosturaPH