Christmas seasons are indeed the busiest times of the year! On top of work and filling in for my parents, my days have been filled with back to back events (I am, in fact, flooded with backlogs).
For yesterday’s event, I hosted Cebu’s very first Toy and Figure Convention which you’ve probably read and heard me talk here and here. I wanted to wear something festive but chill enough to represent my style so I opted for hues of black and a furry coat which I strongly associate with Christmas cheer.
Coat: H&M| Top: Department Store| Leggings: Thrifted| Boots: Target
This week I’ll be working on a bunch of vlogs and blogs that are Christmas related so watch out for that!
Sharing my second set of photos from my adventure at The Monastery but this time with Jing Pascual. I previously shared Jong Ong’s set here and soon enough, I will be showing you my last and final feature about this amazing place.
Finding the right backdrop for my photos is always an integral process to my more creative photo shoots. I always find myself keeping an eye open for interesting places that allow me to relay a story or that complement personality through the clothes that I am wearing.
At the Monastery, I was able to do just that. With their laid back, cool ambiance and spots for great photo ops; I was able to play out the story of a young lady who isn’t exactly fully grown up but didn’t want to be treated like a kid either. Obviously, me. I’m floating in between those two realms but between all this uncertainty, I’m pretty sure that I wanted to have a good time.
Thankfully, Bree Esplanada was there to my rescue and helped me portray these characters through his awesome designs, as well.
Location: The Monastery, Lahug
Photography by: Jing Pascual
Designs by: Bree Esplanada
What’s better than lounging around a snazzy concept themed restaurant (The Monastery) in one of Cebu’s most talented upcoming designer’s (Bree Esplanada) dresses while being shot by an expert behind the lens (John Ong)?
Well, if you’re me- nothing.
I was very lucky to be invited to shoot at The Monastery a couple of weeks ago- basing on the photos alone, I think you’ll understand why.
Photos and fashion greatly work hand in hand and in the world of fashion blogging, sometimes photos are everything. Luckily, our set wasn’t just a great place to take photos but it was also a great place to chill at when the shoot was done.
I cannot wait to show you more of the photos we took on that day and tell you a little bit more about our location. But just in case your curiosity gets the best of you, you can check The Monastery out at 976 Veteran’s Drive, Lahug Cebu CIty, Philippines
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Find out more about John Ong
& Bree Esplanada
See You There,
Part 1/ 3 😉