Gothic Bride To Be - Halloween 2015

October the 31st, one of the most awaited day of the year. As someone who loves myths and folklore stories and other mythical creatures such as witches and vampires, of course, Halloween always excites me. This year look for Halloween was inspired by the goth culture and undead bride from The Nightmare Before Christmas movie. I borrowed my friend's dress, who is a designer, and made my own flower crown to create this darkly romantic gothic look. 

Photograped by Gabijelly

Dress - Gabriella Sanjaya // Shoes - Valentino


The Red Devils

Honestly, I'm not a big fan of football. However, since I went to Old Trafford stadium during my last trip to England, of course, I had to get some souvenirs from their shop. I bought two items which are Manchester United football jersey and a t-shirt. I do love the MU's nickname, "The Red Devils", and that is one of the reasons why I bought the t-shirt. The second reason is that I always had a thing with  black and red combination.

Wore my t-shirt with a skort. A cap and sneakers to give the casual and sporty look. Some gold accessories to add a little bit of 'luxe" to the whole look.

T-shirt - Manchester United // Skort - Pull adn Bear // Bracelets - Valentino // Bag - Céline // Shoes - Kenzo


Red Feathers

Last Saturday I attended a gathering event held by OOTD Indo, which the biggest online platform for Indonesia's street style. I was wearing a black t-shirt with nicely printed red wings on the neck and shoulder area. The T-shirt brand is called Marcelo Burlon and he's one of my favourite designers. Well, probably my current most favourite since I really love his prints. 

One of my trick for oversized t-shirt is to wear a dress shirt underneath so it does not look as big on me. I made the dress shirt especially for this sort of style. Completed my look with red Givenchy's envelope bag to match the red print and pony hair skate shoes from Céline in navy. A little studs on the wrist to give a bit of rocker/punk look.

Wing Print t-shirt - Marcelo Burlon // Envelope bag - Givenchy // Pony Hair shoes - Céline // Rockstud bracelets - Valentino


Hidden Place

I went to Bandung again last week and had a chance to visit the Floating Market there. The place is just like any other floating market in Asian country which is designed to look traditional, but as I was strolling around the area I found this spot with a lot of plants including vine plants on the wall. I always love seeing a lot of vine plants as it reminds me of some hidden house in a secret garden.

On that day, I was wearing eye printed tee with midi tutu skirt. Completed my look with a pair of comfy sneaker from Kenzo, which is one of my favourite shoes to wear for travelling.

T-shirt - The Editor's Market // Skirt - Topshop // Shoes - Kenzo // Necklace - Topshop