Finally! Can you imagine being new in the States and being jealous of your friend’s photos in the Washington State or in Chicago because they have plenty of trees which leaves change colors in fall? LOL! I am just exaggerating. But yeah, my quest for the colorful leaves is over. Husband and I went to Fort Sill, Oklahoma for 2 days to meet up with some dear friends whose son graduated from the Military Basic Training. It was awesome! But yeah, super cold. So as you can see, I am bundled up. From heavy jacket, to scarf, gloves and hat, to thick leggings and thigh high boots. I had never felt such cold in my entire stay in Texas. Maybe in the next few days, hehe. But I am hoping not. I know I wanted to see snowfalls, but that’s about it. Being punished by too much cold is not included. LOL!
I hope you guys enjoy this post. I have some more photos for y’all later. Have a goodnight and stay warm everyone!
Categories: Fashion, Travel
Tags: Blog, Fall leaves, Fashion Blog, foliage, gloves, hat, Leggings, OOTD, scarf, thigh high boots, winter
Hello my lovely readers! I haven’t visited here for awhile and so I should say, I miss you. Tonight’s post, is my dedication to my obsession of witnessing fall in Texas. Fall foliage, trees’ leaves changing colors and all that, looking so pretty and colorful. I think I have done my fair share of looking around trying to find all these and so far I failed. So even if these trees and the photos don’t look so much like fall, I still consider it “Fall colors” my way! LOL! You see, I am prepared though, with this maxi asymmetrical hem yellow dress and bright blue scarf I am wearing, I feel like I am sharing my hues to my surroundings. Most of the time, fashionistas make ways!
I hope you guys enjoy this post. Have a goodnight!
Hi, Just a quick stop in Shreveport Louisiana during our short trip to Mississippi. Dress sweater with the cutest kitty design and my black lace up boots from forever21, plus a SOX cap borrowed from my husband complete my monochrome outfit of the day.
Hope you guys enjoy your Tuesday!
As a continuation of our Galveston escapade, I just wanted to post the last few photos we took before we left there. The beach in Galveston might not be as pretty as the beaches I have seen in my country, but still, it made me happy like a kid in the candy store. Hehe! It made me miss the Philippines to tell you the truth. I said, when I go home for a visit one day, I will take a lot of photos in the beach and you will be ecstatic to see them because they are pure, unadulterated beaches. LOL!
Have a goodnight y’all.
Hello my lovely readers, as promised, here are the photos from Galveston.
The Galveston Sign as you enter the bridge that connects Houston to the Island of Galveston.
The Tremont House where we stayed.
Exploring the downtown.
Having dinner at the Fisherman’s Wharf…
The Galveston Beach….
Hello guys! First, I would like to say I have missed you. I haven’t been able to update my blog the last few days because I had been busy. Yes, but good thing about it though I have some photos for you during our little trip to Galveston for 3 days. I say, I love Galveston! It was my first time to visit the place and I was amazed by so many things that you can see and do in that little island. And it was a shame we only stayed for a short time, not enough to explore everything. But like what my husband said, we had to leave some stuffs undone and unseen for the next time. 🙂
Some more photos on my next post. Enjoy!