- Fold the bottom part up and tie it at the back to make it look like a mid rib (just like what I did in this OOTD post)
- Roll up your sleeves to give off that relaxed vibe (see THIS)
- Play with how you tuck in your shirt. You can opt to tuck it in completely, or you may tuck only the front portion of your top, leaving the rest untucked and loose. (see THIS)
- Gather the ends and tie a knot in the front
- If you’re feeling brave, you can play with scissors and cut your shirt into a muscle tee, a fringed top, an off-shouldered top, or even a cropped top! (see THIS)
All of these photos were taken by my sorority sis, Alyssa Lorenzo, at school. Thanks so much for this, sis! 🙂
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Strip Manila’s services were superb. My Striperella was such a lovely lady, and she was so patient with me. She made me feel comfortable til the very end of the procedure.
Having a Brazilian done for the first time wasn’t as horrifying as I thought it would be. I mean, yes, it was painful at first and it was one crazy experience, but it was tolerable. And eventually, it will end. Like all firsts do.
It’s November, and my schoolmates and I know what that means— it’s hell month.
Ugh. I just cry every time I remember just how many exams I have to study for, reports to do, papers to work on, and weeks to endure til our much-awaited “sembreak”. FYI, there was a sudden change in our academic calendar and so our semester ends at December. We didn’t get a sembreak last October huhuhu. CRY. But thank God I’m free next Friday for this quick detox!!! Bwaahahahha. Thanks for the invite, UP JMA and DLSU BMS! 🙂
Lol. You know what they say, study hard, party harder!! Hahahaha
Ya coming to Apollo Music Festical, too?? Check this out!
Hear music from some of the country’s rising musical talents. Chill out with your friends as the sun sets and indulge yourselves in an array of food and entertainment booths. Cap the night off while headbanging to some of the Metro’s top DJs. Be one with the crowd and experience what it truly means to be in a Music Festival. Live to hear good music, live to enjoy, go on and live the dream.
This coming November 14, 2014, take on the experience as the top organizations of the University of the Philippines and De La Salle University, the UP Junior Marketing Association and the DLSU Business Management Society come forth and bring you the first ever inter- university Music Festival,
Featuring big names such as Sponge Cola, The Ransom Collective, The Cohens, DJ Lucio Pua, DJ Marc Marasigan, and DJ Ace Ramos, free-flowing drinks, and a stunning lights show, this will surely be a night you won’t want to miss.
APOLLO is the first music festival that will not only hold a variety of the country’s biggest music performers, but as well as new and aspiring Filipino artists. UP JMA, DLSU BMS, and FILSCAP, an advocate of Filipino music that aims to promote original music in the Philippines, directs its steps to empower young artists to pursue their dreams.
Watch as dreams unfold before your very eyes. Share the limelight and showcase talents only waiting to be ignited – boundaries waiting to be shattered. Feel the aftermath of their boundless music. Transcend into the night and celebrate with a bang to the heart-thumping beats. Give in to the experience and let it reverberate within you.
Experience the fantasy, resonate the experience, and live the dream.
Tickets are available in the University of the Philippines – Diliman, De La Salle University – Manila, and selected partner organizations across different universities. For more details, like us on
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