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Dorm Vagabond

by Yves C., 27 year old designer, stylist from Cebu City, Philippines

2 comments · November 13, 2012

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G2000 Db Coat, Gaisano Fiesta Mall Knit Bonnet, Miss Sixty Leather Skinny Pants, Dc Lightweight Trainers, Regatta Graphic Tee, Citizen Gold Wristwatch, Yves Saint Laurent Acrylic Chain Necklace - Dorm Vagabond - Yves Camingue
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  1. DB Coat

    ,

    G2000

    , in Blazers
  2. Knit bonnet

    ,

    Gaisano Fiesta Mall

    , in Hats
  3. Leather skinny pants

    ,

    Miss Sixty

    , in Miss Sixty Pants
  4. Lightweight trainers

    ,

    DC

    ,

    Ayala Active Zone

    , in Sneakers
  5. Graphic tee

    ,

    Regatta

    , in Shirts
  6. Gold wristwatch

    ,

    Citizen

    , in Watches
  7. Acrylic chain necklace

    ,

    Saint Laurent

    , in Saint Laurent Jewelry

Transitioning from SPRING's hyper-mix of prints to this HOLIDAY (in Phil. hores) sason's "New Basics" mixed with the essential textures.

It's like a nouveau-riche kind of look. A street vagabond who just got a scholarship and new sponsor money. Thus together with his old knit bonnet and basic tee, he combines with his newfound love for expensive leather and an investment DB blazer.

A pair of NEON TRAINERS from DC Shoes to punch up a new on-the-go life!

Follow me on Twitter: @yvescamingue

Check more photos at: yvestyle.blogspot.com

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