Nothing makes an impression more than bold prints–and nothing’s more timeless than Aztec-inspired designs that, well, says you’re fine with standing out in a crowd.
For this back to school post, Jeremy is wearing a couple of things bought from Zalora Philippines–the v-neck and the colored chinos. His canvas shoes are from a boutique in Greenhills, and the steel leaf accessory is a necklace from the collection of Outkast Paradigm.
What we’re focusing on here though is the rucksack from Time-Lined.
A rucksack is a bag where you can throw anything in, and still be sure that you have space for more. Which is why it’s important that a rucksack be dependable and of quality-make.
Time-Lined’s bags seem to be that way. The materials are sturdy. But we do have a problem with the actual make. This particular bag seems to have missed the mark in the sewing of one of the leather straps. But we don’t blame Time-Lined so much as we do ourselves for not checking the bag after receiving it. (That’s a lesson in shopping. Always check what you’ve bought so you can have it replaced if it’s not to your liking–or if there’s a defect.)
Jeremy Zafra works for a customer-oriented company based in Ortigas.
Art Direction: Mikoy Custoya.
Photographer: Jason John Lim.
Initially, we were going for a patriotic angle with the red accents and the blue/yellow background. But do we need to? The red/black combo of the outfit, featuring Outkast Paradigm’s snakeskin pocket tee, don’t need no gimmick.