December 5, 2014
Written by Cat Arambulo-Antonio
Categories: Fashion


I miss living in a country with seasons: winter, summer, spring and fall. As soon as I found out that we were going to take a trip to Bhutan, I got excited since during this time of the year it gets pretty cold:  -5°C (23°F) in the evenings and 10°C (50°F) during the day.


It’s cold that you need to be bundled up but still comfortable that you don’t need to be in full winter gear. PERFECT WEATHER! I like having any excuse to pile on more clothes and layer.


I wasn’t planning to post any OOTDs until later on.. BUT.. my cellphone got into a major accident (I’ll tell you about it in my Bhutan Travel log). I feel a bit disconnected without my phone. I don’t have access to any of my messages and Instagram that I seem to be having a slight separation anxiety bug… so here I am… connecting with my Bhutan OOTD.


I’m sure you guys have noticed how much I love wearing black, white and a pop of red. It’s my ultimate color combination because it’s so easy to wear and it always looks dressy even when it’s actually not.

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Whenever I travel (or even in Manila), I just stick to the basics.. timeless, classic and neutral. The only thing that really makes my outfit come to life are my accessories. I ALWAYS accessorize!!! Now-a-days, I let my pompadour hair and lipstick do the talking. And YES, I received some of your messages… I do my own hair & make up even when I travel. haha!

Top by Uniqlo | Jacket by Juicy Couture | Jeans by Zara | Necklace by H&M | Shades by House of Harlow| Bag by Chanel | Boots by Emilio Pucci

- Cat Arambulo-Antonio


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