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.
Feeling young for me comes from within. I may have reached a quarter of a hundred but I still feel as youthful as my teenage years. My body seems to be going with the flow because I can still shop in the Kid’s section of stores (was that a lame excuse for being little and scrawny?) Lol! I love going to the Men’s section but the problem is the sizes are too big for me especially the shops here in UK. I don’t want to buy clothes that do not have a nice fit on me. That would just get stuck in my closet and be a waste of money. As a result, I’m drawn towards the children’s department. Of course I choose Kid’s clothing that has a grown-up look to it.
For my last day in Northern Ireland, I wanted to look young and carefree. I went for a relaxed casual look for sight-seeing around the metro. I found this denim sweatpants which is supposed to be for 13-14 year old kids. I can’t believe how good and comfortable the fit is. Talk about finding a needle in the haystack! Great finds for lower prices. I tied up the look by pairing it with neutral tones of grey with my shirt and cardigan all from the H&M Kids! Haha. I heard the famous brand will be opening soon in Manila! How exciting is that?
Shirt and Cardigan (H&M Kids), Eye wear (Primark)
Denim sweatpants (H&M Kids), Shoes (Primark)
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I’ve been through a lot of stress lately and doing a blog post seemed to be a less priority for me. I took some time to compose a post and it reminded me a lot how fun it is to share sentiments and stories to everyone. Hope you like this short post from me! Have a great day guys!
I never thought my short visit to Northern Ireland will pave the way for me to experience and see one of our world’s wonder, the Giant Causeway. It is considered to be the 8th wonder of the world at present. I had no idea what the place looks like and how amazing it was until I saw it with my very own eyes.
For others, it might just be a couple of basalt rocks piled along the shore but for me it was a piece of art created by mother nature itself. Imagine how these hexagonal rocks formed on their own. The myth behind these rocks was pretty cool as well. They said that it was caused by two giants, one from Scotland and one from Ireland thus it came up with the name Giant’s Causeway. So much for the legend and on to the outfit.
The weather was unexpectedly fine. My friend and I wanted to wear shorts even if we don’t know what the forecast would be. Good thing the weather was on our side. No to layering and thick jackets just for the day! I wore a classic navy button down with white spots and a pair of chino shorts. I like how the white spots came in contrast with the navy top as it appeared like stars from afar! Optical Illusion eh?
Button down (H&M)
Shorts (H&M), Watch (Kenneth Cole)
Sandals (Pull and Bear)—I gave in to these fad of wearing mandals (Man-Sandals as they call it!) Haha. It gave that throwback look to my ensemble like I was in the B.C era. It also had a unusual twist coming from the pop of orange color in the soles. Plus points for the comfort it gave my tired feet. Lol!
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