Shirt from KTZ
Pants from Unisex
Aquademon Cap from OS
Jaws necklace from OS
Seacatacomb magnetic cuff from OS
Rev Man Boots from The Damned
It feels like forever since I last blogged! Unlike most kids, I don't really take blogging too seriously. Not that I don't want to, but it's just I can't find the time to really write about things happening about my life. I'm doing so much things right now for OS that sometimes it's hard for me to keep up with my online life. I barely even open my Facebook anymore! I only go online when I want to check out new songs from Stereogum or Pitchfork or if I feel like reading my favorite bookmarked fashion blogs. My real life has finally overtaken my online life after years of spending so much time clicking links online. You have to admit that most kids from our generation now spend more time browsing random photos on Tumblr than going outside to do real work and meet people.
Although now, I am back and I promised myself I'll be blogging at least twice a week. It's also nice to keep one to document the good (and the ugly) events that happen in my life as well as my new clothes that deserve an outfit post.
I finally got the KTZ shirt I've been eyeing on for a long time! It came from KTZ F/W 2012, which is I think they're best collection ever. I'm a huge huge sucker for church/occult symbols and their latest collection have pretty much all of it printed on their pieces! They look really good with my horns and bones don't you think? Occult symbols mixed with bones and horns never fail! The shirts are quite expensive but I managed to squeeze two pieces out of my budget. Thanks to my good friend Cedric from Screaming boutique in Taiwan. He stocks a lot of KTZ goods there as well as OS and a lot more crazy pieces! If you're from Taiwan, I suggest you visit his store! Check out his Facebook page here for details.
Closer look of the Aquademon Cap.
Seacatacomb Magnetic Cuff. This is probably one of my favorite pieces from OS Vol. 3!
I can't wait for the new Crystal Castles album! Sometimes I wonder why I was born in the Philippines. Not that I hate it, it's just only a few cool bands come here to play. We're already lucky when we got The Radio Dept on our city. I wish they bring Crystal Castles in the real soon!