Just a few hours ago, Manila experienced continues rain and strong wind caused by typhoon “Glenda” (Rammasun, which means thunder God). During those hours, most of us just chose to stay inside our home to keep ourselves safe and far from danger, however, some people had no choice but to go to their work and act as if nothing serious was happening around them, but in reality there were a lot of possible incidents that they might face, which could cause accidents. So in times like these wearing something appropriate for the weather and something that can somehow protect and help you during the unexpected circumstances is a must. So here’s my tips:
First, wear denim pants, jacket and cap. Since typhoon Glenda caused intense wind, walking or driving along the street is risky. So instead of leaving most of your skin bare by just wearing shorts and shirt, wear clothes that are made with thick fabric like denim pants and leather jacket.
Same goes with your head, there’s a huge difference between wearing a cap than leaving it exposed; it is one of the sensitive parts of our body so protecting it should always be kept in mind.
Paracord bracelet from shoestringsattached | Second, always bring or wear your paracord bracelet. It might look just a bracelet but it is useful during emergencies. Just disentangle its knots and it can already serve as your rope or cord.
And lastly, wear shoes that are comfortable and let you move easily and quickly just like these sneaks from Russ.
Shirt from Burton
Photos by Trice Nagusara