No, this is not about my white maillot.
I won’t be posting a full body picture of me and my short limbs in that swimsuit. Bawal daw sabi ni Randy. #AlamNyoNamanYun. Especially because there was recent news of a minor who posted her sexy selfie photo online that was nenok–ed and used by a beer house in advertising! While watching the news, Randy was saying, “Ayan na nga ba ang mga post nang post ng sexy pictures!” He felt sorry for the girl, but I know he was saying it so I would realize the “dangers” of posting “provocative” photos online. But honestly, he need not worry because I don’t intend to post a full body “in a swimsuit” photo of me. Not because feeling ko gagamitin din ng isang cheap beerhouse, but because despite my weight loss, I’m still not contented with my body. Especially with my lower half. Anlaki talaga ng hita ko, I swear! Given na na gusto ni Randy ang thunder thighs ko, but when I look at my photos and see my legs, kinikilabutan talaga ako. Hayst.
So anyway, let’s focus on what I wore before I swam. At least it just showed the right amount of flesh, but hid the huge amount of flesh (and fats) na nagkumpul–kumpol sa isang lugar.
Pau-pau, my colleague, kept on telling me how bongga it looks daw.
So here’s my post-summer, before-hitting-the-beach wear at Punta Fuego (see previous post):
- floral dress: ukay
- wide-brimmed hat: bought from Baguio City market
- footwear: Parisian (gold and brown) and Banana Peel (purple and pink)
- belt: Plains and Prints
- bag: a gift from Dr. Wen Raymundo
See? I’m glad I bought the dress. At first, I did not want to buy it because it was actually strapless, and since my boobs are “meager”, they can’t do the job of making sure the dress does not fall. But my ukay buddy, Reg, insisted that I buy it. So I did. The night before the outing, I bought thick, black garter and just sewed it on to the dress so it would have straps. And, VOILA!
The dress, being made of cotton, made my skin breathe—exactly what I needed because of the humidity of the surrounding. Here are more photos of me wearing my inexpensive outfit:
And I was comfortable with it even when I was being sporty!
And the moral of this Wardrobe Diary post is, “If you have doubts about your swimsuit, make sure your pre-swimming outfit is fab,” and “Fab clothes are not limited to expensive clothes.”
On my next post, we will feature my son Raviv’s Post-Summer Beach Wear.
For now, toodles! Love you all, mwah!
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