Monday, January 17, 2011

Onésimus - A Holiday Gift to Myself



Last Christmas I got myself a special gift. Well, aside from acquiring balance, healthy and peaceful feeling during the yuletide, I got myself an Onésimus vest. While others selected gadgets and high end toys I was busy thinking what would be the creative way or I would say reasonable tangible things to spend a portion of my 13th month pay.




I'm not comfortable wearing long-sleeves shirt or button up shirt during dress up days at the office. Most of my top clothes are t-shirts, so I thought it was very reasonable for me to purchase a good vest to wear on top of my t shirt to pass the dress code and avoid memo from my boss. hahaha. Plus, vests nowadays are trendy and fashionable. I see corporate people wearing vests at their respective offices and it is cool! Most of them are wearing black waistcoat and i found some vest too ordinary. Being exceptional that I am, I chose white not only because it is my favorite color but it complement most of my shirts.




Onésimus is a greek name for useful. True it is, I was impressed with my purchase, It fitted perfectly. I can wear it on top of a comfortable t-shirt  from Mondays to Wednesday without the inconvenience of ironing my clothes before reporting to work. I so hate ironing my clothes. Now I can save more time to write more posts for you. hahaha. Oh by the way, you can place an order online. 




Click here to check their website.

10 comments:

  1. Ay ang ganda ng vest mo! Type!

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  2. @ J pwede order online . buy mo si hubbie

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  3. @ peach, alam mo yan! hahaha

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  4. Hi, Rome! That's a really cool and comfortable vest, aside from being trendy, too!

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  5. Rome! kering-keri mo ang pagsusuot ng vest! nasa nagdadala talaga, bagay ang white sa iyo :)

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  6. cool! i like your site, splurge and indulge!

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  7. hey Rome, Im using Canon 500D and a kit lens. ^_^

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