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Apr 24, 2017

The Iconic Red Telephone Booth

Hi everyone, I know right, I've been neglecting my blog for a month already. My school life is getting busier each day. To be honest, I'm physically and mentally exhausted. I don't think I'm at my best performance lately, I'm lacking on my time management. I just really stressed out that I can sleep up to 10 hours or more a day, eat everything and always hungry, and feels like what I do is not going my way. Sums it up, I just don't feel myself. Then I remember all the goals I want to achieve this year. I should reduce my stress level. First thing first, I pray. I know praying heal myself, deep down my heart, because I always believe that Jesus always right beside me. Whatever I'm going through, He will help me in His ways. Second, pampering myself is the best way to lift up my mood. When I busy, I tend to forget to take care of myself :( Oh, no! So when I get some time to pamper myself, I will do it. Last but not least, to boost my mood up I do what I love even it's just short while, like talking to you all on my blog. :) How I miss you guys.

Anyway, here's me channeling my inner boho. I'm a fan of boho inspired kind of top. Luckily, found this top when I actually told myself that I was only going window shopping but I ended up buying it :p I love it because it has embroidered floral on it not to mention I love the collar as well. It just the typical my kind of style, yes, the tuck in shirt. I don't know but to think about it, if someone notices my personal style it must be the-tuck-in shirt. I also love the cutting of the jeans, it's high-waisted and has an unfinished hem *which is in right now*. I must say that the jeans go really well with my favorite boots. Pardon me if I repeat this combo over and over again.

Photographed by Atri Wida J
// @myrubylicious Embroidered Floral Top //
// @myrubylicious Jeans// Elizabeth Belt // J.REP Boots //

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