Quite a lot of local online stores have been sending me their products, of which I am obligated to blog about. I've been putting this off for a while now, with my excuses ranging from laziness to... well... laziness. (I'm too lazy to even come up with a logical excuse). I can't wear everything all at once, so I made this post just to quickly share with everyone all that I have received so far. Consider it a haul. Thanks to all of the stores who support and believe in my ~*blogging skills*~ enough to send me items. You guys pull on my heartstrings. Hihihi.
All the bracelets photographed above are from Quirkypedia, which is owned by a friend/fellow blogger. There are numerous other color schemes to this set besides mine, which you can see on their Facebook page. It definitely looks like an arm party when stacked over one another, disregarding the need to mix and match during lazy days.
This set reminds me a lot of the handmade bracelets I made as a kid, what with the beads, the friendship bracelet yarn, and the like. It's a teeny tiny bit too girly for my liking, but I'm sure at least one of my readers (~*if I have any*~) would love Quirkypedia and everything it stands for.
Be Always Fierce. I first heard about this store through Aria Clemente, whom they sponsor as well. I was pretty excited to receive an e-mail from them, and the personalized wire bracelet was a pleasant surprise. Hihihi.
I'm not one to wear anklets, although I couldn't exactly resist the pair above due to their adorable simplicity. I'd most likely be wearing it more the next time I visit Australia (which is two months away!), as I feel like it is more appropriate for such places. Anklets give off a certain boho/beach-y vibe, do they not?
The eagle necklace has got to be my favorite, though. I mean... 'Murica, right? Freeeeeeeeeeedooooooooom and burgers.
Oohlala Monster is owned by a long-time online friend, Stephanie Pastrana. I wore some of the items she sent me quite recently, although I was unable to shoot it properly.
I really really really love how simple yet classy-looking Oohlala Monster's accessories are, even more knowing the fact that they're extremely affordable. My favorite are the silver handcuff and cross bracelets in the last photo, which better suit the slight grungy phase I am going through. However, I have yet to wear them.
And last but not least, Dare to be FAB, which is owned by my sister's high school classmate and a really really good friend of mine! Hi ate Daniela! <3 Most of the bracelets above are handmade, if I'm not mistaken, and they're of extremely good quality. I can't even cut strings properly, so ate Daniela deserves a round of applause.
I didn't include the clothes sent to me by Nicole Javines of Lust (P.S.: We're having a giveaway soon!) as I'm making a separate post of that with my sister. Thanks again to everyone who has been sending me stuff - I really appreciate it! Drop me a line in the comments below and let me know which of the items above is your favorite. :)