Friday, 29 November 2013

Isle of Skye

Or we could call it Aisle of Sky because the sky was beautiful, even though it wasn't as beautiful as Australia's or The States'. Let's face it, UK have a lot of pretty corners here and there and the country never fail to amaze me I call it a second home. BUT, what it lacks is the sky. Everybody knows two third of the year it's raining and gloomy and grey. That is why my sister don't want to move here because she claims she's a lover for the big blue sky, NOT a big... grey sky. I admit it sometimes it's depressing to have to watch the rain, especially since I walk everywhere but most of the time when it is only the greys without the downpour I kinda let it go and forget that it's supposed to be sunny too in this side of the world. I mean, unfair, yes, that some parts of the world just get all the sun, but... I let it go because of how big my love is for this country. Enough of the pitiful grey UK, because actually the photos show the contrary.

Believe it or not, the location where my friend took these pics of me is the city centre of Isle of Skye. Yeah. Okay, so we asked the concierge of the 'hotel', or you could say it was an 'inn', where was the city centre, the place where we could get some food and chill and people watch, and he said it was right in front of the hotel. Ooookay.

A: There's a good news and bad news.
B: What are they?
A: The good news is the city centre is very close to our hotel.
B: What's the bad one?
A: It's right here.

Sweater - H&M
Skirt and leggings - Primark
Boots - Dr. Air Martens
Scarf - Pull Bear

Photographed by Paulina Koshan

Til next post. Cheerio!

Saturday, 16 November 2013


Top - Cotton Ink
Skirt - Primark
Leggings - Unbranded
Shoes - Dr. Air Martens
Shawl - Zara
Bag - Givenchy Pandora

Photographed by Paulina Koshan

Not gonna say anything much cause you're well aware these pictures were taken several months ago and had nothing to do what I'm doing now except well, I can almost feel freedom a.k.a. holiday. I can't wait for another getaway with friends. Winter break, you're gonna be awesome.

Til next post, fellas!

Wednesday, 6 November 2013

Everything Midi and Below the Knees

Hey, how's life?
I miss being home. Kinda homesick, I guess. But at the same time enjoying life on this part of the world. It's that time of term when I'm stressed out over assignments and worrying about getting them all done and stuff like that, but my parents keep reminding me to pray, do my best and let God do the rest. Simple saying but always successfully calms me down. I'm really thankful to have my parents supporting me along the way and I know this has nothing to do with fashion wear whatsoever, but I just want to say that I am grateful of my life.

Shirt - Forever 21, a gift from friends
Sweater - Cotton Ink
Pants - Monki
Backpack - Cupcake
Shoes - Antipodium for ASOS

Photographed by Josephine Kerin

This set of photos were taken when London weather was still friendly. Right now is all about wind and rain but hey, I've been warned and I know it by now that we can't expect this country is going to be miraculously all sunny like Australia.

I am soooo in love with everything midi and below-the-knees-length right now. I mean, true, this feeling have started blooming earlier this year but I find myself recently wearing like those knee-length dresses or skirts or even pants like the ones I wore on the pics. Kinda help with the weather as well, never wear minis in Autumn-soon-Winter. Who said that? Me. Doesn't mean I'll be ditching my mini skirts or shorts. It's just depending on the mood. It depends on the eclectic me.

Til next post, dearies.

P.S. Btw, the cakes are from Café Royal in Regent Street, recommended.