P: Primark sweater and belt, Topman pants, Fred Perry shoes
I like the alternating shades of blue on the sweater which is great for the rainy weather as well as the recent UAAP season games. I think the lone neon blue stripe just below the collar bone really adds interest to a lazy, old sweater.
D got me this belt from Primark. I guess it's like if a boat shoe gave birth to a belt this is what you would get and I think it's pretty cool!
D: Primark top, Pill cut-off shorts, Gold Dot wedges
Love this roomy top. It's so easy to throw on for lazy days and I really like how it drapes and flows.
The mullet-cut shirt packs a punch without having to be in a bright color too.
His (Aldo Accessories) and hers (Primark) tortoise shell sunglasses
Just for kicks, we decided to show you our (mostly D's) latest reading material. Maybe you'll see something that piques your interest as well!
P: This is the perfect little manual to have in your collection so you never forget the fundamentals. From how a suit should fit to how to get a proper shave, this handbook will ensure that you have all your bases covered.
D: This is great for when you're feeling particularly visual because it is jam-packed with photos! All your favorite international bloggers contribute their own two cents on wardrobe ideas.
D: I've only read a few pages of this book but it seems like a great read! I only wish I had gotten the chance to read this before our trip to Paris because it has a list of Ines de la Fressange's favorite Parisian haunts that I would have loved to visit. I guess that's just gives me reason 923834 to go back!
D: This was actually my first time to read a James Patterson book and it was quite riveting! This was a fast-paced, page-turner with a sick twist at the end. A quick and easy read to go in between your heavier literature.
D: This is more of a young adult book which is equal parts dark, scary, and magical. Every few pages feature an array of twisted, vintage photographs which tie into the story. I was surprised at how much I loved this! The ending left me quite hungry for more so I hope the author churns out another one!
D: If you grew up reading the Sweet Valley series, then you're going to want to read this one. Things didn't exactly turn out the way I wanted for the Wakefield twins and the rest of the gang, but it was still closure we all were kind of looking for!
D: An absolute must-read. It's the kind of book you can't stop thinking about long after you've put it down. You can't help but empathize with the characters and lament on how humans can be so sick and twisted sometimes.
P: This book almost made me miss out on the nice French countryside as I was reading it on the train. You won't be able to stop reading this until the very end! Room took on a difficult topic and gave it a new voice and perspective.
D: Here's the book area I share with my younger brother! We're both voracious readers and most of our childhood books had to be stored in the attic so these are just what's in the current rotation.
What's on your bookshelf? We'd love to know what you're reading since we're always on the hunt for stellar books! Hope you can let us know!
FREE PANCAKE GIVEAWAY
Sorry for the delay, but better late than never, right? Using random.org, we did a quick raffle and...
the winner of the P1000 GCs from Flapjacks is Gaby!
She shares, "Waffles! I like how they're crunchy on the outside while still remaining soft on the inside, and how the little square pockets get filled up with syrup! So sinful!"
We couldn't agree more! Congratulations, Gaby! We'll be in touch with you soon. :)