Postura Project. Wear something Filipino everyday.
We set ourselves up for a 30-day challenge to wear at least one Filipino made item daily, with the hopes of triggering awareness and opening eyes to the wonderful options we have to express our style, right here in the Philippines.
Are you up for the challenge?
Click on the link to see the entire outfit, find out what I’m listening to right now, and check out what Filipino created goods Arriane, David, and Knox wore on Day Four of our 30-Day Challenge!
#PosturaPH on Twitter
The tag says ‘Progress’ because that’s the shirt’s brand, but it’s also a nifty little reminder to look down in your lap at some point during the work day and see positive reinforcement like that.
Paisley button down with silver glitter detail and deep front pockets, by Progress …
So it’s Day 2 of the 30-day Postura Project challenge to wear something Filipino daily over at posturaproject.com, and so far so good!
We’re just getting started, so it’s a perfect time to jump in on the fun; check out how everyone is getting involved on our Facebook page, or join the conversation on Twitter! #PosturaPH
Dress by VNALTIK.
acrElik accessories from E by eunicena.
Shoes from The Ramp Crossings.
- The way Kendrick Lamar’s voice breaks in his verse on “His Pain” - a track by BJ the Chicago Kid. “I don’t know why you keep blessing me…”
- The smell of tinola cooking in my kitchen.
- How many major brands are taking interest in our Platform event.
- The love note my 6 year old daughter just gave me (and how she’s unflinching in her desire to come watch a J.Dilla tribute documentary showing with me while her Dad plays basketball tonight).
- My brother’s unhindered genius in words and music.
- The work that has been flowing in and making quality of life just…superb.
- That I woke up this morning.
- That my “Stay Gold” tattoo is permanent.
- The amazing things I’m able to do for Philippine fashion and independent designers in the next few weeks with both Platform and The Postura Project.
- For the burn in my triceps and thighs after a painful first visit to my trainer in 3 years.
- Everyone that takes the time to tell me little things that moved them, or that they appreciated, on Tumblr, on Twitter, in person - even though they know I’m weird and shy about replying or taking compliments like that.
- That my eyes are green, my skin is brown, and my hair is black.
- Assistance, in the form of assistants, and team mates, and friends, and family.
- My iPhone. No joke.
- Skin Science offering to be my dermatologist sponsor, and Alex Carbonell at Studio Fix finally coming back into the picture to take care of my hair.
- The Fernando sisters - listeners of our radio show that turned into two of the biggest supporters I’ve ever known. Regular box deliveries of homemade pandesal and cupcakes, banana chips, pastillas…you name it. Texts and DMs that you were remembered at Mass. So consistent.
- MY SQUAD. Teamwork makes the dream work, and I think I’ve finally found my magic links for the chain I need to haul this vision into reality. #TheBridge
- Sago’t Gulaman. Yun lang.
- And this amazing art installation by Claire Morgan:
“Now I know why He keeps blessing me…
…so I can bless you.”
- Kendrick Lamar