We were in Bandung! (Months ago).. 😆
I just wanna post some pictures from my latest trip to Semarang, Central Java. The reason I went to Semarang was to visit my parents in law and my new baby-born-niece from my sister in law. *hugs*
Back to the topic, my outfit was so casual, and again, no high heels. hahaha.. 😉
Recently I just ordered a batik necklace from Pernik Unik on Facebook. This online store is happen to be my ex-student’s business. But don’t ge me wrong, she is actually a graduate from University of Indonesia majoring architecture and also holding a master degree from an university in Holland. hahahaha, yeaaah my ex-student is soo cool isn’t she?
Anywaaaay, she’s so good on making handmade stuffs. You can see her masterpiece on her facebook account. The reason why I’m writing this post is to support her, and also to support Batik as Indonesian’s heritage. 🙂
The first group of Fashion Tendance 2011 was Muslim Wear. This group consist of seven designers – Hannie Hananto, Nieta Handayani, Ida Royani, Najua Yanti, Fenny Mustafa, Anne Rufaidah, and Dian Pelangi. I was so lucky to be there, I had a good time, especially because I had the opportunity to meet my pretty hijabers. They were so stunning! Bravo! 🙂
Hi there! It’s been quite long time since I’ve posted my latest update.. 😀 Well, unfortunately I still don’t have much time to post anything here. It’s because my wedding day will be coming soon! Exactly in 2 days! Whoaaa, I could get cold feet! 😀
Anyway, so these are my traditional outfit photos. I wore it around 2 weeks a go, when I was attending a neighbour’s wedding reception. If you’re interested to know more about Batik and Songket, then please check it on wikipedia or you can google it.. 😀 I’m sorry, I don’t have time to explain about it.