Yes, its actually the outfit I wore when I graced the opening of Creations Salon at Eton Cyberpod a week ago. You can see from the photos that my hair was treated and blow dried til it achieve that doll-like curls. Since I was able to talk about my hair a couple of posts back, I was supposed to write about the usual -- what I wore, why I selected the outfits and all sorts of things. But because I've been busy the past couple of days, readying (and facing) my (far-shot) application for a higher position in our division.
I've been in the field for four years (yes I have graduated that long ago)and its time that I wanted a step up in my career. I have so many thoughts, goals and visions for my career that I wish have delivered better in my assessment earlier. But I guess, after a long time of me being relaxed in my comfort zone, I found it hard to utter the words that I wanted to say earlier in my presentation. Oh well, what's done is done. I just pray that I get a shot on this, and even if the chances are slim.
So much for dwelling into negativity, I'm happy I get a chance to experience it and wont mind taking the next opportunity that will come. I'm probably relating my emotions (more of anxiety) because I wore this outfit to work weeks back minus the blazer. The orange skirt has been a favorite since I thrifted it a couple of years back, amounting for only P50 (if I remember it correctly). I used to not like it for work, but when I realized how it goes well with cream / nude colored tops, (like the one I'm wearing in this post), I satrted wearing it to work (eventhough I'm always questioned on why I don't wear my uniform.)
And yes, I have savored my hair so much that day and now as I type, my hair is a mix of straight and curls combined. I sort of miss having curls and I wish I can blow dry my hair like that everyday. Oh well.
Top: Random from Greenhills || Skirt:Thrifted
Shoes: Figliarina || Necklace: (Gift) From Singapore
But if there's one thing good that has happened to me the past couple of days, that is I finished Catching Fire (Book 2 of The Hunger Games). I probably read it so fast that I have to go back to some chapters as I was shocked / baffled on its ending. But despite the distractions I make to keep my head busy, deep inside me is still bothered whether I'll be fit for the position I'm applying for. Nevertheless, I'm keeping my fingers crossed on a positive result on this application. (
Have a fruitful long weekend guys. And please drop by the Bazaar for All Seasons this weekend Nov 3-4 at Eton Centris. :)
The Bargain Doll