The Content: 
I have a poshmark shop (@halikadito on posh) where I buy and sell clothes online. This website is designed to hold me accountable with my shop and display the beautiful clothes I've been finding while out and about.  I want to help to de-stigmatize secondhand clothes. I used to be one of the people who were grossed out and not into wearing secondhand clothes, but I've recently (as of last year) changed my tune. What's so different about wearing secondhand clothes than buying clothes that other people have tried on at a store? If you can wash clothes, what's the big deal? I understand stained clothes, but we avoid those at all costs, both in new stores and secondhand stores.  I am hoping to chronicle my journey in becoming a more-established poshmark reseller and also to show off my lewks and outifts to the world! And hopefully get some more people to buy my clothes!

The Title: 
HALIKA DITO means COME HERE in tagalog, the native language of the Philippines. This blog is meant to support people "coming" to my Poshmark shop, @halikadito. 

The Girl:
I'm your typical millennial, a CA licensed attorney, a self-proclaimed elitist.  I have lots of ~pinay pride~ and want to lean into it even further.  Outside of an addiction to shopping (which is now being funneled into reselling clothes), I care deeply about workplace equality and finding a cure for Alzheimer's.  I have a boyfriend but not a dog. I aspire to be self-employed so I can have my own dog.  The best (aspirational) Isabella would be constantly creating, own Chanel flats, gets paid to travel, is on the board of at least one organization, and speaks a multitude of other languages, including Tagalog.

That's it for now. Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns. You can email me at irlblogirl@gmail.com.


DISCLOSURE: This is a personal blog. All views and opinions expressed on this blog are my own and may not reflect those of my employer.