Stripes [boyfriend sweater]

When you used to live in 30-32 C daily for months, a 24 C is considered cold here in Bali.
So here I am borrowing my 'boyfriend' sweater for my office attire ;-)



My ripped short is a little bit too casual for office attire, so I decide to pair it with a white shirt and heels.
I think the pairing up is working, what do you think guys?

should I switch to flip flop? color is matchy matchy... ;)

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Sunday church

I can't help to take out this old pair of mine... 
I love the bow at the back of this shoes, when I purchased this pair years ago, I still remembered my friend saying "oh my gosh, you are such a shoe fetish!" and I still remember what I told her, I said "heels like these are made for a hot sex scandal...."
her eyes were popped out! I was just laughing..... and laughing... 
and every time I looked at this pair, I will remember this conversation...

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Dance to chase my blues away...

my outfit post might be mediocre, but doing the photo-shot is soooo much funnnn
plus the lesson of the day is sharpening the blurry images... :)
have booked me online ticket for the Star Trek 3 - Into Darkness in 3D
very excited!

the movie date,

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beach time!

I miss the beach and wanted to go for some time now...  so today is the day....

its beach time... and I am having sooo much fun adding some color to my skin! :)

current crush, from Yamamay Bali collection,

and that was a short & quick post from me, have a great day all....



Red paisley

Paisley pattern is a term in English for a design using a droplet-shaped vegetable motif of Persian or Indian origin. Paisley designs became very popular in the West in the 18th and 19th centuries, following imports of post-Mughal versions of the design from British India, especially in the form of Kashmir shawls, and were then imitated locally. The pattern is sometimes called "Persian pickles" or "Welsh pears" in Welsh textiles back in the 1888.  My take on today's office
attire is a dress shirt in red paisley, paired with blue raffia bag and silver sandals, simple and easy!

on a side note, the drive to the office today had a detour, it took me 10 minutes longer than the usual, but the breath taking view just something I should be thankful for,

have a great day all!