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Jun 21, 2018

Flower Power

I have been busy with my thesis these past few weeks. It is getting closer for the day I will have my thesis defense. I'm so nervous yet excited since I will be graduating soon. But what I fear the most is what's next? What will I do? There are dreams I want to achieve, something that sparks my soul. I hope I have courage to do what I want to do in my life and I will get out of my comfort zone.

Starting from today, I will publish my blog post drafts. I know, I know it takes really long before the post live on my blog. But I hope you enjoy reading my post. I will be sharing two posts related to my big bro's wedding on last April. Two more posts are about the tourist attractions in Yogyakarta - one the famous one, one is not-so-famous but worth to try, this might help you if you happen visit Yogyakarta. I'm so happy finally be able to post more blog posts. 

My twin owns an online shop, August and October. The dress I'm wearing is one of their collection. This dress actually is my twin's, I borrowed it because I did not bring so many outfit when I came back to Pontianak. I'd prefer to bring more shoes than clothing, because I can borrow it from my twin ;) This pink dress is really gorgeous. I would wear it without tank top underneath if I did not have post-surgery scar. Oops, you still can see my scar on the pictures. I'm not someone who wears accessories but I think it would be even cuter if I had worn gold necklace. Paired it up with cut-out boots and voila, easy-peasy trick when you don't wear accessories to give the look a statement. Don't forget to wear socks to make it cuter. I chose to wear a pair of pink socks. 

PS. Would you like reading more beauty post on my blog? I'm working on it right now. I know it's been so long since my last beauty post T.T

Photographed by Rosa Virginia Pellesia
// August and October Dress //
// H&M Cut-Out Boots // Unbranded Socks //

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