Kenneth Earl Cerbo
Ken is a registered nurse by profession, a fashion enthusiast and a novice personal style blogger. Hear him out and read along as he shares his crazy antics and a version of his own style.




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SWEET FIASCO

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A series of events has happened for the past few weeks in my life. Bitter sweet endings, new challenges and mellow goodbyes. All of it got to me that I forgot it was also my birth month. I didn’t realize the date until it was already the week I was suppose to be celebrating. I was drenched in a heavy feeling, drowned with working too much and fascinated with the idea of just staying alone in the little corner of my room. Good thing my lovely friends and supportive family members were there to remind me that I still have a life to live and I only get to live it once. I was too tired of everything and its always great to have people in your life pushing you to become better. You know who you are people and I want to tell you guys how much I appreciate all of you.

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The rejuvenating energy from my loved ones boosted me back to my usual self, thus this comeback post in my blog. Oh my days! How I missed the blogging world. I went for a look that would display my love for color and print. Autumn came in early in London this year, so I pulled out my mustard-colored jacket from the closet and layered it to go with the classic white button down and jeans combo. The overall look remained simple yet pleasant to look at. I finished the ensemble with a pair of floral-printed sneakers. Now the outfit screams “I KEN STYLE” over it. :p

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Jacket (Pull & Bear), Button down (Primark), Watch (Kenneth Cole)

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Belt (Topman)

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Jeans (Uniqlo), Sneakers (Zara)

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Cheers to more fruitful years to come. Bring it on life, I’m so ready for more adventures in the future. Hope you enjoyed today’s special post.Till next time guys! :)

3 August 2014

SKYLINE

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Sometimes I find myself really weird because I’m not hyped at all by the idea of travelling. Don’t get me wrong. I love to go to places, try new stuff and meet some new faces but travelling doesn’t really excite me that much as shopping or eating. Lol!  But this week, the whole idea of travelling took a 360 degree turn on me. I got burned out from working too much the week before that all I wanted to do is get out of the city and experience a whole new perspective. My good friend and I planned this short holiday outside London to relax and to be able to regain the strength and motivation that we needed. Where else to unwind and chill than go to the beach. Yes, you’ve read it right, we went to the beach. Bournemouth was the destination!  It was my first time to see what the English coast will offer and it did not fail. It may not be as white and fine as what we have back home but the ambiance and vibe is very much relaxing. You can just forget all the stress and problems you have and just enjoy basking under the sun, seeing the blue skyline and rediscovering yourself.

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I fancy blue a lot and I knew I had to do a blue on blue on blue outfit. Yep guys I went all out for this color. It seemed right to wear such a bright hue when you are out there in the shore. I wore a striped shirt and blue ombre shorts. I added some blue wayfarers and I’m all set to sun bathe in the British beach. 

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Shirt (Hollister), Ombre Shorts (Marks & Spencer), Eyewear (Primark)

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I now have a different perspective when it comes to travelling and I’m looking forward to visiting more places, discovering new things and enjoying what the rest of the world has to offer. I’ll be posting more of our pictures in Bournemouth on a separate post so stay tuned. I’ll end this post with a famous quote from Hans Christian Andersen “To travel it to live.” Have a great weekend my lovely readers! 

27 July 2014

TRANQUILITY OVER TROUBLES

There will always come a time when a person is faced with difficulties and trials. You either face it head on or run away from it. I’ve been struggling with problems lately and keeping up with them was no fun at all. It continuously possessed the remaining positive energy in my system. Well, I tried my best to be calm and face it with a silent blow. I turned those problems to inspirations to work hard and be more productive in life. Hopefully, all those things pay off.

I’ve been out of the blogging scene for quite some time but I wanted you guys to know that I still am up for it. For this look, I went for a peaceful impression that would imbibe zen. I took on the concept of  clean lines and solid colors. A simple cardigan over a shirt, cuffed chinos and black sandals comprised today’s #OOTD.

Cardigan (Uniqlo), Shirt (Primark)

I’m turning a year older in a few weeks and I wanted to be more mature with my clothing choices. Though I may still have childish tendencies when it comes to dressing up, I do have moments where I wanted to be seen as a young adult ready to take on the world.

Sandals (Pull & Bear)

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I love how serene the look appeared and definitely looking forward for more styles similar to these. I felt a bit like a Japanese today I even had maki and sushi for dinner. What do you think guys? :) (Bagay ba?) 

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Have a great day guys! Enjoy the weekend!

 
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