1.26.2009

Vintage and Antique

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Taken at the beautiful and historical San Agustin Church in Intramuros, Manila. The church and
museum will never bore you with its Spanish style especially the antique furniture and picturesque place.

I think this vintage pearl purse is just perfect for this place. Wearing a white thrifted Japanese top
with red tribal print, grey Topshop shorts, U beaded pearl white sandals

And this is the museum's Underground Cemetery.

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39 comments:

LJ said...

lovely photos! I wish it was summer here..
xx-LJ from SOS!

Shelly's Style Shop said...

Your photos are beautiful. Love the outfit!

xoxo, Shelly

goabeachresort said...

Your style added new look to those historic places...its a splendid outlook!!

keralaayurvedatreatment said...

the outfit was pretty cool!! and simple, with a perfect blend of accessories and style!! making it a classic style....specially #2.

your lovely comments delighted me!! thanks you!!

Protege said...

Ah, this is beautiful! So is the girl in the pictures, what gorgeous long legs.;))
In any case, I am an avid history fan and I love architecture and archeology. I would love to visit a place like this.
Tank you for your wonderful comments at my place.;))

Manila Street Fashion said...

That's a great top you haveeee! :)
Where do you normally thrift?

izzydore said...

wow you look very chic! nice photos too.

noelle chantal said...

hi, there! about your question, i usually (i guess always) go thrifting to this store near our house in Bulacan. why? because the clothes are way CHEAPER compared to the thrift stores here in Manila (VERY expensive)!

i usually make friends with the thrift store owner for updates to when they are on SALE (not new arrivals). since it's a province, people don't care much about trendier clothes, styles etc. and so i don't have to worry about not getting really good stuff. most especially the problem of competing with other genius buyers (just like me) haha!

and to mention the clothes are REALLY nice and mostly branded.

some of my best finds includes a P10 Diane Freis top, P30 Diane Von Furstenberg top, Japanese brands ranging from P10 to P30 only. and the most expensive of all, a Tsumori Chisato dress for ONLY P130!

i should post some of it soon!

see you around! :)

Shelly's Style Shop said...

Thanks for commenting on my blog! To answer your ?...no my husband is not a photographer (even though I sometimes wish he was), but he tries to always keep an eye out for me since he knows I like that kind of stuff. ;-)

I read your answer on thrift finds. I wish I could go shopping with you! ;-)

Emily Rose said...

oh oh oh you outfit is pure loveliness-these are the sort of fabrics and colours I am imagining as my summer wardrobe, the creamy pinks and creams-and you little bag is so pretty!

What a wonderful looking place, I like the last photos best, great blog and thank you for your comment :)

Emily
x

Song of Style said...

i love this look. so feminine! wish it was summer soon!!!

ambika said...

Agreed about the purse. It looks perfect for summer and lovely for that setting.

The Clothes Horse said...

Sweet outfit. That church looks gorgeous!

danica said...

very sweet outfit and setting :)

Countrybelle said...

thanks for visiting my blog, dear! yours is very cool. and i love your name, so sweet and pretty! also, i'd love if you'd by my secret blog: heartshapedmorning.blogspot.com.
the pearl purse does indeed go with the surroudnings...
xx
countrybelle

Miss Urbanita said...

Great look. Love your sandals! Kisses ;)

Chevy Mae said...

love your blog! i'm linking you to mines :)

LaMimi said...

Hi there!
I love visiting historical places. It makes you feel part of that art and history. :) You are wearing a gorgeous ensemble , especially your beaded white sandals. I want a closer look at them , Please! :)

♥ fashion chalet said...

Thanks for checking out my blog. I really like your shoes. =]

xxxx

Behind the Seams said...

amzing photos!

Flashes of Style said...

Wow this is my first time here, I love your style so much! That shirt is so interesting, it is great.

Ashton said...

WOW, what gorgeous photos! I absolutely love those shoes... I have been in search of some white sandals just like those.

yiqin; said...

Your outfit is so amazing! Ah I love it! The photos are gorgeous

Emma Sara said...

great picutures! I love historical churches, they have something strange in the air.

Trish said...

Oh hey, you're from the Philippines! I am too. LOL. But not already. :) Nice pictures!! :) Where is that by the way?

Catherine Ashley Talks fashion said...

what a lovely place!!!
i love the top photo with the sun shine pouring through the windows...

and most of all, i love what you are wearing!

xoxo

tiger milk said...

you are so beautiful! your skin tone, everything! this blog is lovely too.

Valentine said...

hi dear! i tagged you.. :-)

Michelle said...

Really nice site! I love how all your wonderful photos complement your style very well. :)

Mademoisselle Chic said...

i love your outfit! super cute :o)

little tea cup said...

super wow! love your outfit, place and photography

KATLIN said...

Beautiful colors in the outfit and background! love it!

Kim said...

Perfect pictures

The Girl said...

The last picture of the underground cemetery is just beautiful.

<3 the girl

maisie #1 and #2 said...

love this outfit! it looks perfect for museum wandering.

/maisie #1

Lo said...

love this set!

~JiAtAkeo!* said...

Thank you for the comment!
I love your outfit...especially, that sandals!!

May Nguyen said...

u're photos are stunning!!!!!

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