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Ever since I saw Quinn Fabray turned into a Punk last year (the first episodes of Glee Season 3 as we all know it), it awakened again a part of me on who I was during my teen years — Resident Punk/Rocker/Goth/Grunge girl, in short, I saw myself in her when I was still in school when she don that style last year (which she immediately discarded after some on the later episodes).

But even way before I watched that episode in Glee, last year (around July)…when the rainy season is at it’s full blast, as much as I’d like to buy rain boots, I don’t want to end up looking like a “Metro Aide”… So when I was checking out the new arrivals then in a local thrift shop along Times, Las Pinas… Unbelievably, I saw this Doc Martens-inspired boots that goes above our ankles — enough to cover a part of your lower legs, to protect yourself from getting wet and dirty from the rain! But I didn’t immediately bought it, I waited for sometime to really decide if I need it, but as the days passed by, it continued to bug me, and probably as what you’ve all have guessed, I ended up REALLY buying it.

And I so much love it!

And then I developed a  preference for stuff that gives out that grunge vibe, accessories like these

Also, I am proud to say that I buy my accessories (as long as it’s unique) on places where I can buy it cheaper 🙂 I don’t care about brands or labels, I care if it looks unique and if looks great on me 🙂

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