Lived-In Slim

OOTD - sigs_tagaytay_domicillo_garden_03ROOTD - sigs_tagaytay_domicillo_garden_01ROOTD - sigs_tagaytay_domicillo_garden_collage_01OOTD - sigs_tagaytay_domicillo_garden_02ROOTD - sigs_tagaytay_domicillo_garden_04RIn the past two weeks we were on a mission; to capture a shot of our home galaxy – the milky way. It was not an easy task as choosing the right location to properly execute it is only half the battle. So we did our research and came down with a number of shortlisted locations. Note that being corporate slaves that we are means not having a luxury to go on a week-long vacation. So the best locations far from the metro are already out of the equation. Which brings us to a place just a couple of hours drive from the capital.

Domicillo, Tagaytay.

It was a no-brainer choosing this location as the place has an unobstructed view of the taal lake which is very vital in having a good composition for our galaxy shots. Not only that, the place is also an outfit shoot worthy. Which then brings us to what this post is all about. We arrived an hour past noon and we immediately settled down in our room for a few minutes before going out to explore the vicinity and do a quick OOTD shoot.

For this post, I chose to wear the lived in slim chinos from Gap (which feels so comfortable by the way) and paired it with a Zara shirt and a generic sweatshirt on top to complete. I also decided to wear my ever favorite G.H. Bass loafers to complement the overall look.

If you guys have come this far, by now you might be wondering where the galaxy shots are. I know, I know. That is much more interesting than this OOTD post. Yes? Keep checking back in as we are going to do an exclusive post for that along with the Domicillo, Tagaytay experience.

Thanks for dropping by.

Ray-Ban tortoise clubmaster || Zara button down shirt || Gap lived-in slim chinos || G.H. Bass loafers || Wristwear by Aldo || Watch : Swiss Expedition Tungsten

Photos taken by Cessie Agdeppa Sigua

Canon 5DMKII + 85mm F1.8

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