My utilitarian inspired outfit for the second day of our Baguio trip last month. I brought this jacket on purpose because I know exactly where we will be taking our outfit shots, and that is of course behind all these wonderful pine trees.
This was taken at Camp John Hay where an Ayala structure was built. Basically, we were pissed off. Why would they build something so huge on a very wonderful landscape? Baguio is well-known for its amazing scenery. We should never try and turn an area into a shopping spot. That is not what foreign and/or local tourists came for huhuhu
Good thing these beautiful trees behind me still are perfectly intact. Awesome spot to take photos haha
Photos by Angeline Rodriguez
Went to Baguio with Angel Rodriguez and David Guison last month for some badly needed getaway. David was asked to judge a fashion show there so we basically just tagged along and it was all worth it. Had to cut our vacation short though because of my sucky Tuesday class. I still managed to take some photos during our two day stay there.
Check out day 1 of our trip below!
Waiting for our 11:15pm bus
David made a scene and almost broke this portrait. Quick start!
My favorite sign of all time.
Oh gosh I went nuts! Free WiFi all the way!! But forgot to charge my phone so I needed some great control over myself during our 5-hour trip
Touch down Baguio! 4 in the morning was incredibly cold! Shivered like a freezing dog during the first few minutes of our arrival. Brrr
Royal Residence. The place we stayed during our trip!
Out to start a good day in Baguio!
The infamous White House which happens to be open for public for the first time that day. Lucky us (I guess..)
The vibes in this house was just… haunted. Will never try to visit this during the night. But had fun scaring ourselves nevertheless lol
A good location for some vintage editorial shoot perhaps
Then off to do our stuff. Didn’t waste any minute of our stay there and took advantage of those amazing pine trees. Outfit shots mode: on!!
We had two set of outfits every day. Like I said, we didn’t waste the opportunity haha!
Some Christmas themed couple shots to end our first set :)
Then went to the night market where they closed the entire Harrison Road just to give way for hundreds of booths.
And spotted myself in this new Palmolive TV commercial of KC. Can you spot me? LOL
Had a blast! Part 2 of our trip will be up soon!