Thursday, April 8, 2010

Brown monochrome in white heat


Everything appears washed out at the height of noon. Makes me long for clear, white sand and the sea breeze.

In the meantime I have to settle with the breezy sheer shirt I recently bought in Pasig (matched with the equally recent maroon brogues) just to be able to pick up the slightest dips in temperature.


Summer is, after all, the season to bare skin.


Yes, the shirt was itchy as feared, but by the middle of the day that didn't bother me anymore. What I noticed more was the fabric air-conditioning and my shirt's perfect fit. As suggested when I bought it, it goes very well with these Martin Margiela wool-cotton trousers — with wool more for the texture combination than for insulation!

Sheer shirt, Structure belt, and Clarks brogues: all thrifted; trousers, Maison Martin Margiela

Photos by Patricia Suzara


Anonymous said...

that kind of fabric is really hot, so it's kinda weird using it in a hot place/country.

inkarlcerating said...

s this in cubao?

Miguel Paolo Celestial said...

inkarlcerating: it's at ayala avenue.

anonymous: it would be hot if it weren't just like mesh, which allows wind direct contact to my skin.

Anonymous said...

OMG!its looks bad!