- peterpan-collar peach blouse: thrift store
- mustard patterned skirt: gift from my boss
- dark brown leather belt: vintage
- pine green sling-back wedges: Friday to Sunday
- mustard beaded bag worn as clutch: vintage
Howdy? I'm almost done with my exam so I guess I'd be able to reply your comments soon. I very much apologize for that. I need to get rid of this miserable feeling and my unhealthy obsession with coffee or I'll bore you with tons of terrible story-telling things and my zombie-esque outfit that you really don't want to see here.
Summer is a perfect season for colors, don't you think? Since I've mentioned thousand times that my closet is full of black stuffs, I snagged this cutie blouse when I went thrifting on Bandung last month. I'm currently obsessed with pastels and I need more and more colorful tops like this! Mood booster, no?
I need nerd glasses to teach algebra in the nearest elementary school. My friend told me that and I don't think it's funny. Hmm.
In love with the wedges at the first sight! I usually don't fall for too-simple shoes but since the weather is pretty much hotter than hell, I grabbed these wedges (on sale!) at my favorite local store. I adore the color (matchy-matched my nails, too!) and FYI, I usually dislike green. Hahaha.
Chic a peek on Chictopia
Well, since this post was the last time I shared about my playlist, now I'll share three bands! Yes. All of them are folk/indie pop-rock bands that I found couple months ago. But none of them are new bands, obviously.
Lo-fi indie rock. It's actually moniker of solo-band or whatever it's actually called. Kids Aflame is my favorite album. Every song is just so great on any occasion. Trust me. This man is a genius.
The Rumour Said Fire.
Acoustic folk songs. Truly made for your picnic time while rolling in the grass and joking around. Bring lots of turkey sandwich and good-looking cupcakes, pals. Check out my fave track, "The Balcony".
The High Llamas.
If you go for a trip with your crazy friends, AC/DC is a kick-ass soundtrack but it's like the opposite of this 'highway to hell'. Hahaha. I mean, it's just perfect for your lonely trip, when you have nothing to do than driving along the way to nowhere. Try 'Cold and Bouncy' and 'Snowbug' album. Very relaxing =D
If you have a Last.fm account, be my friends! I just made it last month and I'd be happy to hear any recommends of great bands from you and feel free to check out my library, too =]