Sunday, 29 May 2011

That Hand Me Down Vest

Vest. Over-sized outerwear. Whatever you call it, it's amazing. For me. I got this from my cousin. She owned it for quite some time, I think in her high school period. That means like 10 years ago, probably. And so one day I borrowed this vest and she decided to give it to me. I like this outerwear a lot and I wear it quite often too because of its versatility and easy to match with anything. I wore this outerwear for two outfit posts in a row. Haha. Forgive me ;) So for that night I paired it with my sister's elita dress, a Mulberry Alexa, and a pair of Tod's loafers.



accessories: cotton ink belt, accessorize bracelets and necklace


  



That night was my after-exam party. Celebrated it with my classmates who fought together with me for a pass. It felt such a relief for finishing a two-years-course. Together we've felt sleepless nights, killer exam preps, the D-day of the first exam (maths for majorities), and all. Okay I'm exaggerating. But seriously, we did the same thing typically: pro.cra.sti.nate. Yep, if you read my year book later there would be similar words considering all the procrastinations we did.


The girls in our class. Yup, only 6.


Dinner at La Rucola. Have I ever mentioned this place somewhere in my posts below, before? If I haven't, then I'll suggest this Italian restaurant in Surabaya to you guys. It gets more crowded at 8 pm or later, so if you want to eat here, make a reservation or come at 6...or so. Usually what I'll order is their pizza (seafood and carnivora), rigatoni, ravioli, and the best dessert ever: chocolate molten cake which they called delizzia. Or something like that. I don't remember all the names exactly, but yep, that's pretty much of it.


 pizza carnivora (again, not the exact name)

the chocolate molten cake: delizzia 


We went karaoke-ing afterwards. Whatta fun night :) 

This is the whole class minus two people. Heart them.
photo creds: random people


Anyway, I gotta say I'd miss high school VERY MUCH. Although, I have to study things I dislike (SCIENCE!!!) or catching up with deadlines and dealing with moody slash annoying teachers, I'm sure high school would make one of the best memories of all time. In my life, that is. Apart from the worst scenarios, I must be missing the chit chat before class, the snacks sharing, the study group, the process of learning itself, the caring friends, the helpful teachers, and all in all, my one and only school.
So yeah, that summarize my feelings for now. Until next time,
Ciao.

2 comments:

Julia said...

congrats! I see that this night was great ;) good luck with your new life!

Adeline Yang said...

thankss :)