We were in Bandung! (Months ago).. 😆
I’m up in the air agaaain… pfiuh.. Even though I still have to do some revisions in order to get approval of my thesis on a hard cover version.. But, it’s okaaay, I’ll manage it anyway.. 😉
In this post, I’ll share my outfit using abaya which made from brocade and cationic chiffon that I wore on my bro’s wedding day. This abaya was designed by me. Not so special I know, but I like the simplicity.. 🙂 Enjoy!
It’s time to share my wedding reception photos! 😉 I was wearing traditional outfit from Java, Indonesia, called Kebaya for the top. But for the skirt, I wore a traditional Songket from Sumatera. Actually I didn’t come from Java origin (my man does), I came from West Sumatera, where people don’t wearing any kebaya. Instead of Kebaya, we have Baju Kurung. It’s quite similiar with malaysian outfit. My wedding reception theme was “Minang Modification”, it was first recognized when an indonesian artist and singer named Bunga Citra Lestari was wearing this Kebaya on her West-Sumatera-(Minang)- wedding. Here she is:
and this is a traditional Minang outfit:
FYI, My Kebaya’s design was made by myself lhoooo.. And I’m very satisfied with the result! *thumbsss*
Hi there! At last, I finally got the wedding photos from the photographer.. 🙂
I wanna share my wedding ceremony photos first, especially photos of my wedding Abaya and my hijab style.
I bought the Abaya on Arafah Collection, JACC Tanah Abang, Indonesia. The price is around $ 95, and the grey square hijab with swarovski cost for about $ 25.