Month: March 2014

Quick Window Shopping

I think I’ve lost my appetite to dress up since last year or even earlier than that. Not a surprise since I knew that I would be over such little dramas (‘I-don’t-have-anything-I-don’t-know-what-to-wear’ problem, mix-and-match-ing and other girl stuff, etc) as I grew up. Now I wear anything comfy and not-having significant impact when I lose/gain 1kg in the morning. Do not blame me, but praise my job as geologist that doesn’t need dress to impress :p However, I just realized that I only have 3 batik outfit to wear alternately every Friday, which I’ve been wearing for 2 years. I’m considering to get new ones but I haven’t got any chance to drop by my favorite place for batik & muslimah outfit, Thamrin City. Then I tried Zalora for window shopping and I was surprised that it has section for batik, tenun & kebaya. Nice! It surely gives a lot of inspiration for my next real shopping or getting my Batik fabric gift tailored. Another online window shopping I did is Ammara. Ammara’s owner is a …

Lucy Rose & Young Dreams in Mosaic Music Festival

As I’ve told earlier here, I impulsively purchased tickets for Young Dreams and Lucy Rose in Mosaic Music Festival. So last week I had another concert trip to Singapore, only this time I went by myself. I arrived on Friday morning and strolled around to kill time before Lucy Rose’s performance at 07.30 PM & Young Dreams at 10.00 PM. I didn’t bring my camera but I took some pictures with my cell phone (I’ll post them later). Great selfie, I just realized! So I arrived at Esplanade around 06.30 PM after a quick early dinner. I stood in line for Lucy Rose and caught a glimpse of a hipster couple that (I guessed) coming from Bandung but I didn’t bother to hi them or so. The rest are locals (I guessed). At 07.00 PM the door of Recital Studio was opened and everybody rushed inside to find a seat. I honestly didn’t expect it to be sitting concert and the best thing was finding seat in the middle of first row (well, a bit …