Monday, April 15, 2013


Hay, this is my last day in Bangkok, and we had to take off to Jakarta at night. Finally, to fill my free time, my sister and my aunt went to visit Madame Tussauds. WOW, I am very happy and spend enough time here to take pictures with wax statues of famous people in the world, such as Indonesia's first president Soekarno, Princess Diana, David Beckham, Beyonce, Justin Bieber, Tom Cruise, Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, and many more: D
Today, the theme of my clothes are brightly colored. Pink with peach looks so bright in the photo LOL
Here it is my style:

With My First President ' SOEKARNO '

I'm a Princess ;p

Brad's new girl ( I wish) :p

What I'm Wearing??!! :
Shocking Pink & White Layered Shirt - Thai
Pastel Peach Jeans - ZARA
Etnic Gold Necklace - Kikkoi
Studded Croco Bag - Korea
Orange Flat Shoes - Rubi


  1. Hello from Spain: I like your outfit. You are very smart. Nice pictures. Keep in touch

  2. Chanced upon your blog and enjoy reading it! (:

  3. love the bag and the shoes! really cool! anyway, i wanna ask you about a collaboration project, where can i contact you? thankssss

    1. hey dear, thank you..
      What's project?
      just email me :


  4. Great photos! Great blog, so I'm a New follower on GFC =)

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