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Tag: Rainy days
It's really not that hard, people.
Rain automatically means puddles to splash in...something that sadly has not been a welcome diversion since we were little children. These shoes cost a pretty penny, after all! If protection from the elements is what you're after, though, consider the boot. Any
Sweater weather is here!
If the gloomy weather is making you wish you had someone to cuddle all day long, then we bring you good news... No, we can’t give you a boyfriend—but we can point you to something even better: cozy sweaters that’ll give you
We're calling it splash-proof chic.
Our ever-erratic climes are starting to lean towards the wet side, and you've begun to look up at the slate gray sky every morning with increasing dread. When it rains, it pours, they do say. If that applies to everything except outfit
It's time to stow away your bikinis and bust out your trusty umbrellas. Last Friday, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical, and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) has officially declared the start of the rainy season.In a statement released on their site, PAGASA announces that
Stay chic on a rainy day.
When it rains, it pours. You know how sometimes you dress up in the morning, hoping for a sunny day so you could document your new outfit, but then the weather turns gloomy. Instead of focusing on the bad side of a
Rain or shine, we show you how to rock a parka in three different ways.
Most people dress up depending on the weather, but with our current bipolar situation—super sunny mornings and then close to thunderstorm evenings—it sucks to get stuck in the middle of the rain wearing a screaming summer-y outfit. Hence comes the season's must-have
Four outfits suited for the ever-changing weather.
The rains are upon us and while the temperature has dropped back down to a manageable level, it can still get quite humid after the last drop falls. With this erratic weather—showers in the morning, sweltering heat in the afternoon, then rain