Finally I have time to write a new post in this pinky blog.. Yay!! Right now I wanna share my prewedding photos to you. We took these photos on October, 2 weeks before my wedding ceremony. If you’re asking me about the wedding itself, don’t worry, I’ll post the photos later. But overall, the wedding went well.. Everyone was satisfied with everything.. Alhamdulillah..
You can also check the other photos on my wedding blog. Altough it’s in Bahasa Indonesia, you can still enjoy the photos..
My hijab styles were made by myself. The first grey hijab style was quite complicated. So don’t ask me to make tutorial from it please, because I forget the steps already! hahahahaha..
As I promised before, here’s the hijab tutorial.
- a thin cotton square hijab
- cream lace inner/bandana
- black arabian inner/bandana
- very small pins
- regular pins
Today Liza and I went to Mall Kelapa Gading 3 to pick up our Sushi Tei invitation (I’ll explain about it later). I was wearing a very comfy and casual outfit. And still with Dian Pelangi’s hijab style. Let’s take a look.
5.09 PM (GMT + 7.00)
It’s nearly sunset! And in an hour we will break the fast.. Yes, we’re muslims in Indonesia. Here the sun will set at 6.00 PM.
In the mean time, I got a mix-match inspiration from the sun color of this lovely evening.. I don’t know why I love these colors so much.. hmm, maybe because lately I’ve been always thinking about a desert and a dusty terracotta city which covered by the sand.. Yeah, middle-east colors…
I wish I can go there someday… to visit Mecca.. to do Hajj.. And after that I’ll visit Turkey.. to admire the wonderful scenery of that country.. Amen.. Inshallah..
ooowh.. Dream on.. dream away..
Don’t you like it??
Today my man and I met in City Walk to have lunch together. Why why why? Because we wanna eat at Sushi Groove before entering the Ramadhan.. hahaha.. Well, even though I don’t have anything to do in that area (yes, I took off from my parents house just to meet him there), but in a huge spirit of meeting him and also strong will to eat at Sushi Groove, so here I goooo ..
I wore a very thin dark orange pashmina called “serat nanas” in Indonesian , chocolate arabian inner, my gorgeous batik maxi dress, my dependable “Arnessio” white bolero, and my daily gladiators, with a brown ladies bag (I got it as my last year’s b’day present from my very good friend, Destya a.k.a Bozz, she bought it only for me when she was participating on a World Choir Games in Austria thanks sis! ), and off course my 25-pieces bracelet, and my watch..