This was part deux of the engagement shoot. We went up to Busay to shoot some grassy scene. It was particularly gloomy but thank God it didn't rain. We found some vintage jeep in the area so we utilized it as props. Of course the shoot wouldn't end without the customary shot or should I say "coerced" shot of me by the boyfriend. Jill and Lemuel (Lemuel by the way is my close friend back in Chemical Engineering school), are one of the most prepared couple we've had. They brought along all the props that they could think of and Jill who also adores fashion brought a suitcase full of clothes. We veered away from the usual all white casual outfit worn by couples on most Filipino engagements and the traditional cheezy poses. I don't want the poses to be too contrived and "staged". Candids are more like it.
And oh, I'd like to introduce you to my new gold Monaco bangle courtesy of Lushae jewelry. Can I just say that the craftsmanship is totally genius. It may look simple from afar but when you look closely, it is knotted in such an intricate manner. For more of Lushae's beautiful designs, you can check it out HERE
mustard yellow blouse - thrifted, vintage Levi's - DIY, grey jelly sandals - Jessica from SM, sunnies - Alabang Town Center, Monaco gold bangle - Lushae jewelry, watch - Timex