Thursday, April 8, 2010

Brown monochrome in white heat

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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.


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


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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

4 comments:

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!