My Two Cents

As I’ve said before, I like keeping my blog happy, light and fun. Nothing negative. No to bad vibes. I just have this to say: style is subjective. The fashion world has met so many great style icons like Anna dello Russo, Carine Roitfeld, Jackie O., Audrey Hepburn, Kate Moss, and the list goes on. Not one of these women dress alike. Some take on the minimalist approach, while others take the other end of the spectrum. To each her own. I may be young and “sweet”, but this early in my life, I know the importance of RESPECT. Let’s all try to respect one another, personal style included.

As for my style, I’ll let it speak for itself. I’ve never been a fan of generalizing/categorizing anyway. All I know is I’m secure enough about my style that I don’t feel the need to put others down just to defend it/myself. I’m not claiming to be a style icon or fashion guru or whatever. I’m so far from one! I’m just saying, I’m secure.

Yun lang. Just had to put my two cents in. Let there be peace on Earth. Haha! :)

Anywaaayyyyyyyyy, on to today’s outfit post!

Thread Manila sheer top | Coexist Prêt shorts (sold out)

As usual, I untucked my top at the back (like what I did here). I really like doing this because the subtle drapes from my top mix so well with my shorts’ draped pockets. I know it makes such a small difference but I’m into details like that.

When I did my tribal club wear collection for Rexona recently, because the theme for the show was black, most of the questions or interviews I did for it revolved around the said color and its staying power. One of the many things I said about the color black is that it’s the perfect canvas for accessorizing. Case in point here! :)

Bubbles black feather necklace and tassel necklace

Mia Casa peacock ring | SM Accessories black/gold bracelet with diamonds (2) | Bubbles vintage-inspired cuff

From Hong Kong wedges

Hype this look on here.

P.S. You’re about to hear the end of my incessant begging for you to keep hyping (or encouraging your friends to hype) my looks for the Mango it Girl x Lookbook Contest. Voting/hyping ends this October 24 so please help and hype my looks here, here, here, here and here with either your Lookbook or Facebook accounts. Help me spread the word as well. Blog, tweet, share! :) I’ll be forever grateful!

6 Responses to “My Two Cents”
  1. Lyn

    you’re such a great fashion icon and I really admire you, Ms. Camille :) I wish I could meet you in person and take a photo with you. Can you share something about your style? How do you come up with such a fabulous and great mind when it comes to fashion? please share it! :) I’m a dreamer of having a name in fashion but I’m afraid that people won’t like me as well as my style.

    • itscamilleco

      Thanks Lyn! I share everything on my blog so just keep reading and hopefully, you’ll find something you like :) I just really love fashion and dressing up :) If you love it, go for it as well! Don’t be afraid! :)

  2. Tasha D.

    I wonder who’s that person who dared to insult your style. What’s there not to love? You can never go wrong, WE LOOOOVE YOUR STYLE. Don’t mind those critics, they’re probably just insecure.

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