- Red is my new 'black'. It can be easily matched with many colours
- Red is the best match for black&white outfit (to add a pop of colour!)
- Pointed pumps = make your legs look longer & slimmer!
- Sooo... this is a yay, right? ;)
omg! Randomly checked Shopbop's new arrivals and found this Jeffrey Campbell Fuego Suede Pumps!
Hellooo! This post will be about how to wear a red coat in two different styles!
I just can't wait for December, so I picked up this beautiful red coat from Queue Inc. I got two ideas on how to wear this coat. The first one is the preppy - gossip girl style! I've always loved plaid & tartans!
For the second style, it's maturer than the first one, and also edgy rather than girly. I wish my face looked more grown up looking, tho. lol. I paired the coat with a white top, layered with a denim vest, and white ripped jeans, in case the weather would be colder than expected!
- Denim vest c/o Romwe
- White lace top from Zara
- Ripped jeans from The Ripping Chief
- Heels from Aldo
The coat is made from high quality materials, so it won't shrink even after being washed! The price is also affordable compared to high street brand like zara, stradivarius, bershka when they have similar quality! So, if you're looking for gorgeous clothes without making your wallet thin, Queue Inc is definitely the shop I'd recommend to you! :)
So, which one is your favorite ? ;D
Here is a happy smile on my face special for the nicely tailored dress that I received from JCL Clothing :D
I always think that sweet dresses are perfect for an afternoon day out / afternoon date with boyfriend. Sadly... I'm a hopeless romantic a.k.a don't have boyfriend... T_T. So yeah, maybe this is also perfect for a sunday brunch with friends / my fam ;)
- Zinnia dress c/o @JCL_clothing
- Sling bag from Mango
- Heels from Aldo
- Watch from La Mer
Bracelet c/o @prettyrize
|at Senayan City. Jerry Aurum was happened to have an exhibition there! My fav is this gorgeous shot of a beautiful Indonesian actress, Julie Estelle.|
|As what I posted on IG, I was in the fitting room, trying on this cool top from CIEL *indo's local brand'. I've always loved their desings, cuttings, and quality. Too bad this smallest size was even too big on me *the shoulder part :(|
Me and my mom had our late lunch at Luciole bistro, Central park. They have delicious food & drinks. I think this place is kinda underrated compared to other similar bistros. I tried them for the first time when I met my blog buddies Fhenny & Julian a few months ago. My fav menu is their Seafood spaghetti *not in this pic*. It has tomatoes, prawns, squids, all mixed perfectly in a plate . Since my mom likes spaghetti, I brought her to this place! I also recommend Coconut Lychee & Apple butterscoth fruit beer for drinks. THEY'RE JUST SOOOO REFRESHING!! And oh, their service is also so great. I get my food real fast *maybe they look my hungry face* and they're very humble and always smiling ❤️
On Saturday, I went to Grand Indonesia. I had a meet up with these lovely women behind Jolie Clothing, which is one of my fave local brand ever. Their clothes are exclusively designed by themselves, so you won't find any similar clothes! You can check this post where I wore one of their past collections. I always love Jolie's clothings because they have nice cuttings, cute designs, and lotssss of bows! ;p
The women behind Jolie are Stefani and Fanny! They are very kind and humble. I really had a greatt time chit-chatting and having lunch together with them. *Thanks for the treat too! :'>. I am so thankful that blogging has brought me to meet so many inspiring people :)
On that day, I also went to Local Fest with Dea. It was very fun to do some shopping with her and tried the 'booming' local snacks at the fest :9. I bought quite a lot of stuffs.. Even some that I actually don't need.. -__- *blame my eyes*. It was freaking hot inside the fashion booths, but I was satisfied enough that I could visit my fav online shops, tried those booming snacks, etc because I rarely attend events like this due to living outside Jkt. See you soon, Jakarta!