Thursday, March 20, 2014

Ruffles

I'm back with my dark attire, as the weather is very unstable and keeps on going up and down. Since there was no sun today, I feel like its more appropriate to be back with dark clothes, and I will (might) look slimmer lol. Like I told (or maybe no, I can't remember) you before I gained a couple of kilos, so now I have problem on dressing and taking good picture of myself without getting any comment like "You look fat" or "Did you gain some?" etc which is very annoying. 

Which made me think, why this problem is faced by most people who moved abroad? My 3 best friends who moved to England, along with so many other friends experienced the same thing. What is it though? Are we having some sort of 'Shock' when looking at delicious foods that we couldn't find back home? Or stress? Or?

Top : Topshop / Jacket : Zara / Skirt : Zara / Shoes : Dr. Martens / Bag : Longchamp
Photos : Ndapanda

Monday, March 17, 2014

Le Printemps

WINTER IS FINALLY OVER! Picnic has become a daily thing now. Oh and sun, how I have missed you! The beautiful flowers are seen all across the city now which is really refreshing. But it does made another problems though: 
1.) Since I only had 23 kgs when I moved from Jakarta to Paris, I only brought winter clothes, which means NO CLOTHES FOR SPRING SUMMER. I shall run to the store and get new stuff then.
2. ) SUN BURNS ME! I mean I am southeast asian, we get dark super easy. I just laid under the sun for 30 minutes and now I'm already darker. 
Don't get me wrong though, I'm not saying that dark is not pretty, but seriously I'm tired of keep on changing colour lol and it hurts. And I prefer to get darker at home (read: vacay in Indo this summer yeay) rather than burnt by Paris' weird weather.

Outer : Forever21 / Tank Top : H&M / Necklace : (x) S. M . L / Shorts : Forever21 /
Flats : Zara / Bag : Mulberry
Photos : Heidy Martuparia