2014 is coming to an end meanwhile here comes a new start of year 2015 , I'll cut all the sobs and tears of memory and reminiscing and just talk about an outfit idea for black lovers like me.

People love wearing glitters and sequin either on their shorts, skirts, top or the whole dress. I DON'T quite go for that kind of super festive idea. I rummaged my wardrobe for something shiny and ended up with this look. The top is new though I bought it during summer but Indonesia technically only have summer so here present to you my Black New Year's Eve outfit, ( and no I do NOT have a resolution).

Top: H&M
Leggings: Forever 21
Shoes: Thrifted
Bracelet: Forever 21

I had just recently came back from the beautiful island, Bali, which I had been craving for months to visit. During my stay, there were barely any tourist and the beach was very empty so I could just dance and prance around if I wanted to.

The first day I arrived, I went to the mountain and checked out my father's project. There was padi field everywhere and there was a spectacular view. I stayed in a very comfortable yet a mix of traditional tent hotel room. ( I can't even describe it) Love the idea of staying close to nature and listening to grasshoppers at night before I fall asleep. I spot a dead moth/ butterfly with it's wings torn and shredded and somehow I felt mixed emotions when seeing this.

The next few days after leaving the mountain, I reached my hotel at Sofitel Nusa Dua. The room was so contemporary and luxurious I loved it. There was also easy access to the pool and the beach so I'm very satisfied. I visited places such as Ubud and Seminyak. These are indeed tourist attractions but to me, it's a shopping hunt for special things. Here are some shops I recommend and well you could say my style:

The Store:

Somewhere by the roads of Seminyak
 I'm sorry to be so vague but It's catchy enough for your eyes.

Suen Noaj:

Streets of Ubud

The People Vs:

  • Jln.Raya Seminyak
  • Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia 80361

This Is A Love Song ( TIALS):


Gang Pura Demak II
No.4 West Denpasar,
Bali 80119

Tamara Danielle:

Monkey Forest Road, 
Ubud, Bali 

Yesterday, 8th November, I went to North Bazaar held at Jetski Cafe, Pantai Mutiara Pluit. There were lots of unique and delicious food.The spotlight of the bazaar was on four beautiful bloggers Anaztasia Siantar, Claradevi, Pupupaula and Sonia Eryka.

I had registered to an "Analogue Photography Workshop" and I certainly did not regret joining . Due to the change of time, most of the participants did not join the class and so that left me and my friend Jeanny to be the only ones that participated. 

We learnt the basics of analog photography ,which was learning the settings and how to snap the pictures we desire. Our mentor said he will deliver the results of our negative as soon as it's done being processed and printed! I can't wait to see the results. 

I roamed around and saw so many different food and dessert booth and they all looked so delicious but apparebtly after the workshop I didn't have time to take pictures of the booths but I did take pictures with four of the bloggers! In fact Claradevi was our model for the photography session! It was so much fun and the scenery of the sea was beautiful as it got more windy.

I won a Rp.100.000,- voucher from joining the North Bazaar giveaway on instagram. Looking through Sonia'sand Anastasia's booth, I bought 3 black outfit ( I know my obesssion with black is unhealthy) but they were such cute statement pieces and each only cost 100k. All in all if they had a future bazaar and these kind of workshop, I would certainly recommend people to visit North Bazaar and join the hype.

Checkout their instagram @north_bazaar.

Top: h&m
Kimono: handmade by me
Pants: thrifted from Taiwan
Necklace: The Crystalize