The Sun Will Shine After The Storm

November 11, 2013

This is my first outfit post after Super Typhoon Haiyan hit The Philippines last Friday Nov. 8, 2013 I seriously don’t think it’s apt that I’ll be crowing about an outfit after the massive typhoon left a devastating mess In some part of the country. I remember that Friday when it started to rain and The winds are just too strong that it started to uproot some trees and Electricity just went out the entire day and it was so dark and bleak.


This outfit was taken the day after the storm, it was a Promising Saturday morning when I Went to Church it seems that we never came Across with the strongest typhoon. Although the aftermath in some areas is Really dismal. But as William Alger quoted After Every storm the sun will smile; for every problem there is a solution and the Soul's indefeasible duty is to be of good cheer




This is also my first Take on Midi Skirts because I always thought that Midis are not really fair Petite people like me but my sister insisted I should try to wear the skirt. The only thing I could suggest for petite girls who want to wear midis is to Wear it with high heels to elevate a little height.





Wearings:
Cropped top: From Thailand Local Stores
Midi Skirt: Miss May
Pumps: Fairytale
Shades: CHOIES

Super Haiyan pictured from the International Space Station. You can read more HERE

Let's hope and continue praying for the countries that are and will still be affected by the typhoon. 

"Human misery must somewhere have a stop; there is no wind that always blows a storm."



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23 Sweet Thoughts

  1. I really like this romantic look and your cute bag, btw.thank you for your lovely comment, Im happy to follow you :)

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  2. Your pastel look makes you look pretty, craving for your bag <3
    Following you on GFC :)

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  3. you look wonderful and i really hope that your country gets the help it needs right now!the hurricane was a horrible thing :/

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  4. Lovely bag :)

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  5. Looking cute !
    Sara,
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  6. Love the look you look beautiful in it.
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  7. Donna Granada
    É muito bonito,esse vestido! Os acessórios que apresenta combinam muito bem.
    Lamento imenso o que aconteceu aí,por causa do tufão.
    Uma boa semana.
    Beijinhos
    Beatriz

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  8. Of course, DEAR!
    follow me and I will do the same thing right now! :)))

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  9. What a lovely dress, you look just great in it! I also like the color of it, so pearly and delicate:) Those photographs are adorable!
    Wish you a blessed day ahead!

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  10. I love your little outfit :)

    I continue to pray and hope for those people affected by that storm...

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  11. the dress
    <3

    xx
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  12. The Typhoon picture is very, very scary...... but you're very lady on this outfit :)
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  13. Beautiful bag! :)

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  14. Great post.you look great
    love the dress
    wanna follow each other via gfc and bloglovin
    kisses

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  15. Wow, love the title of the post! your use of neutral tones are so inspirational!. LOVING the style and the attitude :) Just found your blog! Would you like to follow each other?

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  16. i have faith on Filipinos resiliency <3 midis are great, just dont forget the high heels!

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  17. I have on Filipinos resiliency<3
    midis are great just dont forget the heels.

    kisses

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  18. So pretty! love the glasses!!

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