Tote Boat

Sunday, December 23, 2018

Tote Boat

The time I show you the tote in my casual outfit.

Hello earthlings! It's been a long while since my last outfit post. I sense it is time to show you another one that I wore one evening before the monsoon.

My hair was still short then. This was back in October. Right now, my hair's grazing the shoulder in curl form. I'm excited. I cannot wait for it to go longer, wilder and fluffier.

Anyhow, I wore a sleeveless crop top in a sweet pale blue with the softest pencil skirt and carried a tote bag.

The tote bag was designed visually by my sister for a breast cancer awareness campaign and I really love how sturdy it is. The material is super breathable and the size is just nice. Not too large or too small. Too big and coupled with my habit of throwing a billion things inside it will have stuff rendered hard to find. Too small then it's not a tote. Hah.

I wore my hair up this way because my bangs were dreadful and looking cray. They were shorter when this was taken and quite wild.

Tied them all into a half knot style to get it out of my face. Looked into the mirror and felt hey, not too bad. When I went to sip tea and nibbled on some spiced curry puff, the lady that I always liked to banter there with said kindly put the bangs down - creatively translated by me of course. I responded playfully saying it was hot! I meant, the weather.

It made me chuckle and slightly worry that I'd been looking like a clown. From the photos though, I think it ain't too bad. Clowns are not too bad either.

Well anyway, here are the photos from the evening the sun was high and bold, rays all up in my eyeballs, nourishing me with Vitamin D.







What do you think of this outfit? Share your thoughts! You know I love reading and responding back to them. Thank you for stopping by! :)

To end this entry, here's a quote by Epictetus to ponder:

“Never depend on the admiration of others. There is no strength in it. Personal merit cannot be derived from an external source. It is not to be found in your personal associations, nor can it be found in the regard of other people. It is a fact of life that other people, even people who love you, will not necessarily agree with your ideas, understand you, or share your enthusiasms. Grow up! Who cares what other people think about you!”


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