I fall in love with comic print-trends. They are cute, aren't they? I admit that part of me still weren't grow up (well, let's say that I'd love to stay and can't moved on) from my early teenage period - I still love to dressed myself up like a high school girl and so, and this comic bandage skirt reminds me of that comic-maniac time.
Anyway, I've mention how happy I am to bring them home before.
For honest, I've been gained about 11lbs (5kg) these two months, and I never confident with my curvy hips. But for this comic bandage skirt, I make peace and some promise with them. LOL
Anyway, this morning I just realized about how much I miss my dad. I've got some interview via email, and one of the question ask me of how I got interested in fashion. It reminds me of daddy so much, for he fully respect the art and industry of fashion.
There's one of his quote that I remember clearly at the moment, "A girl could be really confidence and shine bright in a right designer shoe and walk in the pair of genuine jeans."
I miss being daddy's little girl, heart and physically.
tee, Coconut Island; bandage skirt, Bershka; tribal loafer, Pull & Bear; bangle, mom's own; necklace, Charme c/o Berrybenka
Photographs by B. Raharja P. S.