If only this were wearable in the desert, eh? It took a while for me to actually muster up the courage to wear a turban out. I’ve always loved it on other people. Most of them managed to pair it with equally lovely things that I didn’t have in my own wardrobe (which is all ribbons, peter pan collars and dainty things). But voila, I got this playsuit as a gift all the way from UK a few months ago, and finally, it seemed like something I could wear with a turban! Major Moroccan vibes from the silk print.
Then I felt like I needed to wear accessories to complete this total “out of my comfort zone” look. If I’m going to try something out, might as well try my very best not to do it half-heartedly. Elegant arm candy with a chunky modern-looking watch – not a bad combination at all, I think.
This is my new Baby G watch, thanks to Time Depot, the authorized distributors of Casio in the Philippines. SO MANY NOSTALGIC FEELS! I haven’t worn a Baby G since elementary school! Finding out I was going to get a new one recently made me think of that time in my childhood when everybody was crazy about these watches. The best part about them was always the backlight. It always had that special button that was so popular among kids back then.
(shot with my iPhone 4s for my Instagram)
Now it seems like they created designs that aren’t just targeted to children. Watch this video of Jun Hasegawa, one of my favorite Japanese models, modeling different kinds of Baby G watches and making them all look super trendy and casual. <3