The Making Of An Island Girl


My hopes are high when I decided to finally leave for good and work somewhere else where my skills and competencies will be further utilized (nax, lalim) - I'll be an island girl soon. Mid-December, I started collecting sets of "island girl" inspired outfits and accessories so today I'm sharing one.


When I was at Boracay a few weeks back, I noticed that majority of the locals are living in simplicity - laid back hair less the combing, denim shorts, sunnies and hats, flats and all. And this is the kind of life I wanted - no limitations, no boundaries, fly high as you can.

Quite a good decision to drop by Tiendesitas to score some denim shorts and a comfy cotton top, I was able to get a set for less than Php 500. Plus, big sister bought me this hat for Christmas, hihi. So much for a spoiled baby girl. *winkwink*




I just got back to Quezon City to spend my remaining days in the metro with my family - they've been very supportive with my decision of moving to another town and live a life I've always wanted. And I just recently signed up for Instagram.







Few more turn overs and I'm all set. I can't wait to spend every afternoon watching the sunset and cooking dinner of fresh seafood. I can't wait for my nth independence. I can't wait to take pictures and go places and finally meet strangers and share them my stories. I can't wait to find happiness! I'm sooo ready for you 2013!

xOxO,
Joy with a C soon to be an Island Girl of B ;p