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.
Camo’s very in right now, and everyone seems to be wearing it!
I don’t think it’s a secret that I’m a fan of camo. But everything has to be done in moderation–especially in clothes. So for this look, we’re keeping the camo small, but still close to my heart–through the breast pocket. The shirt I’m wearing is from Mick + Marty, a brand that’s exclusively found on online store Zalora.PH; while the jeans are Bobson Originals. The cap I’m wearing here is from Penshoppe–as is the belt I’m wearing that you can’t see in any of the photos. The shoes are Janoskis from Nike SB, the socks are from Uniqlo, and because I like know what time it is–I capped the whole outfit with a watch from UniSilver Time.