Monday, May 16, 2016

Wrapped by Tassel

After a month of being stuck at home and struggling through those boring days, my sister and I agreed to spend this weekend by stroll along the streets and visit some places around Jakarta. 
Because the weather was uncertain, I confused about what outfit to wear. The weather on that day was plenty warm and windy. I just bought a long sleeves crop top and decided to wear it. I combined the crop top with a suitable grey skirt which I found in my closet. It was good, but, I thought I can't go out on a windy day with just wearing a crop top and skirt. I need something to 'wrap'. So, I picked my tasseled cardigan as a wrap. It wasn't just a perfect wrap, it looked so stylish!
I always love tassel, I don't know why, but, it brings ethnic vibe to the look. Besides the tassel, I love this cardigan because of it's creamy color.

Nah, ready for the stroll!










Lately, I love wearing boots. I think boots have similar function to the tasseled cardigan of mine. You'll get comfort (because boots warm your legs), and look stylish at the same time!



 




Bern x



Monday, May 2, 2016

DIY Felt Flower Brooch

Hi wonderful readers! After a few weeks of  being at home, I feel bored...

You know, I'm currently in a gap period, a period before going to university after finishing high school. So, instead of  not doing anything at home, I made this DIY project.
Tadaaaa, a felt flower brooch!





Do you like it? :) If you like it and want to know how to make it, I will show you the steps.
Let's start it!

First, you need to prepare the materials. The materials are:
                • scissor
                • glue
                • brooch / pin
                • felt fabrics

After that, cut the felt fabrics into shapes we want to make; flower petals and the flower pistil.
For the flower pistil, you need to cut a felt fabric lengthwise--it's for the center part of the flower-- and then, again, cut the fabric lengthwise also but wider than the first one. Make it fringed by cutting one side of the fabric.


Take the first fabric cut and roll it.


Take the fringed cut, glue it, and stick it to the roll.




The flower pistil is done! Next, we're going to make the flower!

Take the flower petals and glue them one by one. Then, stick it to the pistil.





The flower is done! And the final step is, glue the flower and stick it to the brooch or pin.





Well done! The felt flower brooch is ready to wear! 

I hope this tutorial can be useful and makes us be more productive. Thanks for reading and don't forget to comment down below about your gap year experience!

B x








Saturday, September 26, 2015

Sweet Escape

Woah, after long quite tiring weeks, I thought I need an 'escape' from my daily routines.

What kind of  'escape' that I need the most? Of course, the answer is... Outfit mix and match!
I wanted to show a-little-bit-boyish side on this look, so I picked my loose boho shirt, and mixed it with a piece of vest. I've never wore a semi-legging pants on my look before. I should try to wear it once or maybe twice...










I love wearing hats, and this one (on this post) is my favorite hat! How about my shoes? Do you like it? If you like it, don't forget to comment down below!

Sunday, June 21, 2015

KIMONOchrome


So excited about this post!
Okay, lately I found myself being obsessed with kimono style. I think kimono is cute yet cool outfit. I like to mix my own style with various unique outfits. 
Finally, I thought to mix and match my black and white polkadot patterned kimono with a piece of black and white gingham dress that also mine. I wore a leather belt as an obi--- literally a sash, and part of the kimono--- . I also added a matching color for my shoes and my clutch. 

 And this is the result, it named KIMONOchrome style! 


So, tell me on the comment, what is your favorite outfit?
















Polkadot patterned kimono by Cool Teen // Gingham dress by Studio 17 // Shoes by Amanda Jane's // Clutch by Zalora // Sunglasses by Ray-Ban

Monday, May 18, 2015

Happy Hippie

I choose hippie style for my outfit on this post. Yeah, I think hippie style is cool. It describes your free spirit. 
But sometimes, many people are wondering how to look hippie on outfit. So, I will help you to look hippie on your outfit.

You need fringed jean bottoms or something else like that, halter or loose top, and flowery stuff. Flower headband is the best choice to complete your hippie look, and maybe a dreamcatcher necklace or earrings as the accessories. 






Floral fringed shorts by Nevada // White longsleeves loose top by Details

Monday, January 5, 2015

Christmas Presents

Merry Christmas and and Happy New Year! Welcome 2015! I'm so excited to share my blissful Christmas with you all.
Okay, I have some pics of my Christmas presents. Here they are...



How about you? What you got for Christmas? Hope you want to share with me about that!

B x

Friday, December 19, 2014

Vintage Vibe

I  just  bought  a  floral  patterned  skirt.  I  thought  it  would  be  nice  if  I  combine  the  skirt  with  my  nude  cardigan.  So,  this  is  the  result!







Okay,  see  you  on  the  next  post! 

B x