Hand painted shirt and pink hair



When I was a kid, I used to glue gun sequins on my clothes, sew on patches, write my name using glitter glue, and cut them to add fringes or to just crop them. Well, I still do crazy stuff on my clothes, but after twelve years or so, I just hand paint my brother's old undershirt and put fringes on it --- for this shirt that I'm wearing that is.







This is what I wore on our annual "shopping after Christmas" day. I went out with my brothers and cousins the day after Christmas Day and I opted to go for a more "casual" and "I'm still young and still a student" look! But really, I just wanted to wear my art so I paired it up with a high-waist shorts I bought from the warehouse/bazaar in Taytay, Rizal. And since I had a feeling that it's gonna be a bit cold in the mall, I wore a sweater. 

Also, I just wanted to use this gorgeous bag which Arby gave me for Christmas (Thanks dude!) so basically, I came up with this ensemble because of the bag! heh~ :)



WEARING: Hand painted T-shirt by Rae | Guess Gray Sweater | Shorts from Taytay, Rizal | Kicks Shoes (bought at SM Dept. Store) | Beret from a small unbranded shop | H&M Bag (Gifted) | Choker c/o Zaful



My brothers were twinning that day! :)


Photos taken by Jude Dominic Caacbay and Christine Villamor
Edits by Rae Abigael Caacbay

RaeAbigael

Rae Abigael J. Caacbay is a young creative who went through a quarter life crisis by the end of 2016. Though she's still lost, she keeps on moving forward anyway as a ballerina, visual artist, lifestyle blogger, and a BS Interior Design graduate based in the Philippines.

5 comments:

  1. nice fringe top
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  2. Oh, you're so creative dear, looks so artsy and how you paired it with beret hat is just so cute! :)

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  3. aww the three of you looks adorable
    that is one cool painted fringed tee!

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