His Perfect Plan

 

It has only been 3 months when I finally decided to start on blogging. As a newbie blogger, I always wanted to plan things first before shooting and getting all those plans done exactly the way I planned them (quite OC, right?) but recently, I have come to realize, that sometimes it is better to let go of that “perfect plan” of yours and just be ready to be surprised with an unexpected things that will make you happier than you originally planned (trust me).

 

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 Top: Must Have Piece x Clothing

Skirt: Bread n Butter

Heels: Zanea shoes

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And no matter how much we planned, the things that did happened before was the reality that was really meant to happen in the first place.

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Lately, God has been teaching me to trust Him with His plans. One good example, is when we took this outfit photos. I was supposed to shoot on a different location, but something came up and we ended up at a place in Alabang. The photos weren’t what I had in mind but.. They’re even better! From the location and the lighting (we we’re just on time!) Everything’s just perfect 😄

I now learned how to let go, give my best, trust and allow God to take care of the rest – because that’s when everything will turns out perfectly better than you expected it to be.

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90’s look

 

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Top: Jukaykayatbp

Plaid shirt: Dickies

Shorts: thrift shop

Shoes: Converse

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The weather has been pretty crumby lately, but I wouldn’t let that stop me from wearing this 90’s inspired look today.🙌

 

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So like the usual 90’s look, I wore a plaid shirt (currently obsessed with these) from Dickies. Paired it up with my black and white halter top that I bought at Jukaykayatbp and loose denim high rise shorts that I bought at a thrift store years ago and of course, finished it off with my favorite white converse shoes.