Bryanboy's Hobby Outfit #2

Written By bryanboy

Bryanboy’s Hobby Outfit #2

Here’s another outfit I came up with… well, I made everything except the shirt, the pearls, the boots, the sunglasses and the handbag. To quite simply put it, I made* the shorts, the headpiece, added the little ribbon on the shirt and finally, the lightweight black thing that to this date, I still don’t know what to call it. It’s as long as a coat but it has a hood and pockets on the front like an oversized cardigan. Is it a parka? Or should I call it… the coatdigan? It’s a start eh? What do you think?


More pics and videos coming up! Don’t you just LOOOOOOOVEEEE rainy days? Everyone looks pretty during rainy season except peasants like the fat bitch behind me.

Just kidding. I’m nice. PROMISE!!!! I’m an equal opportunity lover in real life! I only say mean shit online to get attention because I’m a big fat whore! Case in point: take one good look at her chubby face and then take a look at mine and no doubt we’re both alumnis of Brookhaven Obesity Clinic. The point is…. I’m 116 pounds and she’s 118. Maybe 117 if you push it. Got it?

*I didn’t make them as in I didn’t sew them myself. I went to the sewing people with my stick figure, crayola sketches and instructions.


  1. love the outfit!
    bryan, that was mean and funny. Mean to be mean ‘cuz it makes me laugh. LOL. Kidding.

  2. I hate this outfit. The colors are all wrong. Are you color blind? You should never pair satin with leather. What’s with the shorts? You look cheap. Stop wasting time designing shit that looks crap on you. It’s your hobby, fine, but it still looks amatuer. Go to university and take up fashion.

  3. The gauze-like coat looks fantastic, but I am not liking the shorts too much. It looks like a Sto. Nino would wear it. Maybe make it longer and more fitted and don’t pair it with boots.

  4. madspartan

    the pose is fierce. the car coat is cute. the shorts are badly made. the fact that you’re wearing it will probably excuse your seamstress’ lack of skill.

  5. I don’t want to rain on everyone’s parade but I think the entire outfit is hot from head to foot.


    I was browsing the internet and I came across this website. This is about a Filipino American named David. I got moved by his story and I thought of sharing it with you. Read this:
    Is it “Nothing ventured, nothing gained?” or “Nothing ventured, nothing lost?” Most people run away from turmoil. I, in this particular situation, am running into it on purpose and willingly. Most people go through some kind of scenario in life where they are peer-pressured into, analogically, “jumping off a bridge.” Well, in this case, everyone’s telling me not to “jump” (and logic and reason is on their side), but somehow I feel like I was meant to dive into the pit anyways.
    Almost every Filipino wants to get out of the Philippines. It is a small and densely populated nation where more than 85 million drowning people are clawing at each other for a gasp of air. They want to run away from their diseased third-world country, plagued by starvation, crime, low wages, political corruption, poor economic growth, and terrorist attacks, just to mention a few. They all yearn to go abroad, usually because of the desire to live in a more civilized nation where life is relatively safer, is more comfortable, is more financially secure, has modern medicine and technology, has a higher quality of education, etc. Well, I had this and more. And then I sacrificed it all. I have let go of the comforts and financial ease of living in the US, a full scholarship to an elite “Ivy League” US college, and essentially the whole American Dream in order to become a modern nomad in the Philippines. I, a half Filipino half American raised in the US, now will be facing life in a turmoil-infested third world country, and I am doing so willingly. Furthermore, as this trip is a leap of independence and an emphasis of self-sufficiency, I am going there without any family or external support and without any extra money or belongings except what I feel are necessities for survival. What led to this? I kind of know, but it’s hard to explain completely. Perhaps life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness and searching and understanding the meaning to it all is a large part of the reason. My instinct also tells me I may be able to find it in my birthplace, the bucolic provinces of the Philippines. I view the pastoral setting as my “safe haven” although in reality going there may prove to be my undoing. I am clouded by visions of “striking gold” in a country where everyone tells me nothing glitters. I am trying to find what it is I am meant to do in life in the Philippine provinces where modern civilization has not fully taken over life, and even though everyone tells me I am wrong, my heart still tells me that my purpose may just be found in this radical free-spirited journey.
    My journey begins on February 21, 2006. I will try to document my travels as I try to live in the Philippines and do some self-retrospection in hopes of understanding life and finding myself, meaning, and my purpose at the same time.
    To all my readers who can understand Filipino, watch this video. It really is very touching.

  7. Neena_karina

    If you wanna sell the coatdigan or the parka or whatever you call it, I’ll definately buy it! :)

  8. who cares about your opinions? bryanboy can carry himself well enough, thank you.

  9. wer did you buy that? [boots] wala n kong makita n ganyan ^_^ i love your boots…

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