Touchdown Baguio City

Wednesday, June 03, 2015 Justin Vawter 9 Comments


Baguio city has always been on my bucket list. It's a dream actually ever since. The slopes, pines, and even the cold weather, I just like everything Baguio has to offer. And being a person whose closet is 80% winter clothes (I have no idea why), finally I can wear them!! Yay!

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Earlier this May, I was really happy to be invited by Azalea Residences Baguio for a 3D/2N stay in the Summer Capital of the country. I'll share everything to you but for now, here's what I wore for a hey-Baguio-here-I-come kind of day. Bought this reversible coat at a thrift shop a couple of months ago and finally, I got the chance to wear it. I think it's the perfect place to put it on.

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Photography is magic that takes an instant and transform it into something everlasting
Autumn's Concerto (下一站,幸福) 

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Hat from my dear friend Hana. No plans of wearing one actually until I saw it. Borrowed it and then forgot to return as they had to leave 3 hours earlier. But then she gave it to me already so thanks Hana!

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Sweater (Php 10) and coat (Php 30) both from thrift shops. I fell in love with the coat as soon as I saw it. It's not really reversible but I love the inner cloth and since there's no visible stitches on the lining, I just cut the tag and voila! A reversible coat. I'll show how it looks like on my upcoming style posts so do check it out.

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Pants from Wrangler. Boots from SM Milanos.

SNAPSHOTS FROM THE CITY OF PINES


My stay at Baguio City would not be complete without
some a lot of photos. I almost filled my camera and phone's memory. I also took some videos which I'm still deciding whether to post or not (I really suck at videography and editing). And since I took a lot of pictures, I decided to create a separate post hence, this is the start of my Baguio City Journal. Anyways, here are quick snapshots of Baguio taken from my phone.

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That's it! I know it's a bit short but I'll be posting everything pretty soon. This is just part 1 of my Baguio City Journal. Hope you'll read all of it too! Special thanks to Carol Ranas for taking my cool ootd shots.

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Baguio City: CHECK!

Cheers~!

- Justin -




9 comments:

  1. Ahhh I love your outfit and ang ganda ng mga photos!

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  2. Great thrift shop finds! What a bargain :)

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  3. Wow, I am impressed with the photos, What camera are you using?
    I am very excited to go to Baguio as well. Like you I am a die-hard fan of winter clothes. Living in South-East Asia made it hard to pull through what we want to wear. Especially the layering. I love your style and I like it that you are very wise in choosing thrift finds.

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  4. Hi Maria! For this one, we used Canon 1100d + 50mm lens. Hope you'll enjoy Baguio! :)

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  5. Hi, may I know where thrift shop do you shop? I really love almost all of your thrifted clothes. :)

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  6. Hi Lauree! I normally shop along Novaliches and Cubao in Manila :)

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  7. Hi! your captures are nice! May I ask what camera are you using? Sorry for stalking your blog. I just love reading travel and style blogs :)

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