It’s holiday season! What do you do to spend your holiday? Well me, I spend it with final exams, sadly its not ‘holiday’ for us here at my university :(

But my girls and I still have time to go someplace cute and homey for lunch. Few days ago we went to this gorgeous café at Prawirotaman, called Lawas 613. They have super gorgeous interior designs and its kinda vintage and so homey. We love the food and the atmosphere. You should see it yourself :D

Me and my girls! :D

Talking about end-year season, how’s your 2014 resolution been going? My 2014 resolutions were not so bad. I actually reached some of them, for example I started this blog and started healthy-eating-lifestyle. But of course I still have some plans that unfortunately can’t be fulfilled this year.

White Vintage Sleeveless Shirt, White Blazer by E.S.P.A.D.A, Vintage Grey Skirt, and Ankle Boots by Hush Puppies

Anyway, this year has been fantastic! I met many new friends, many new experiences, and many other things that I can not mention one by one (with some struggle here and there). This year has taught me soooo much about everything, and I can’t wait to see what I’ll have next year :D

Happy new year everyone!

Hello people, this is my first D.I.Y guide! This time I’m gonna show you some easy ways to make your own “How to Wear” guide :D It is a kind of book, where you can put everything you want about fashion style or fashion items, it just like a look-book.

First step, prepare all the materials to make the look-book. I used sketch book to make my own fashion guide. You can use drawing book, notebook, or anything you have at home. And you might need some tools like scissor, glue, colored pencil, and you can use cute sticky notes too, to decorate the book. And of course, prepare some magazines (it doesn’t have to be a new one, you can use the old magazines) for some fashion materials :D

Then, pick your favorite picture from magazines and cut it out.  In my opinion, cut out some basic fashion style, so you can always use the guide book all the time. After that, glue them to the book. You can separate each style (ex: winter style, pastel colors, etc.) in different page of the book.

When you already fill the page with enough pictures, decorate it with words or sketches using the colored pencils and sticky notes. Voila! You have your own fashion-guide book that you can use in any occasion and any season! I named my fashion guide book as “How to Wear” guide :D

See you next time in my next post! Merry Christmas and happy new year everyone, spread the love ♡