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From Hair to Toe with a Superstition.

Happy Monday, everyone!!!

I hope yah all had a wonderful weekend. πŸ™‚

I had my hair cut shorter last Saturday. I wanted to have my hair permed but my friends and family thought it was crazy. πŸ˜₯ So, I cut it shorter instead, and oh my, I feel so good! (Truly, my hair never let me down.)

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Hello, shorter hair!

Apart from that, I received a present from Ace last week. Oh, he’s SO great and well, BRAVE. haha. I say brave, because once he told me that giving a footwear to someone is like letting that person walk away from you. That person is likely to go away from your life. But he dared to give me one. And I love it!

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sneakers from World Balance

So, I would like to show you how I wore it. This was the last outfit I wore before I had my hair cut. My hair was already short on this photo but I have it shorter this time.

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Sneakers are indeed great with skater skirts. I love how the colors fit on this look.

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So, what superstition do you have about giving your loved ones a footwear?

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Hi, there!.. :) I'm Emz, a frustrated writer/blogger from a far-flung place of Cebu, Philippines. I love reading and writing, and if there's two things I can't live without, it would be my pen and my notebook. I have the love for food and travel. I am optimistic and I am a dreamer. Thus, Side by Side is more like me. Here are tidbits of life, inspiration, places, people and myself. Welcome to Side by Side! Thank you for dropping by. :)

18 thoughts on “From Hair to Toe with a Superstition.

  1. Your haircut really suits you and the trainers look great.

    Superstitions are everywhere but I grew not to listen to them. It was one day when I realised that there is a superstition for near enough everything and that they can take over your life if you let them. It was then I resolved to ignore them in future.

    Ace was right to know that you wouldn’t walk away from him. Obviously, your feelings are stronger than superstition. All the best to you both.

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    1. Thanks, Harry. πŸ™‚

      I’m also not into superstitions, though my family back in the country is so into them. (Can you just imagine not having a shower every Tuesday and Friday, in a country like Philippines? haha)

      My faith is way stronger than them.

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