Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Craving for some Scarves

Latest video from WhoWhatWear TV shows us how to wear ScARveS
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Here are some stylepirations:



Meester's & Lively's

How i wore it then..

Dini. Me. Mita. Ribta

The day when we decided to (spontaneously) go to a movie after chitchating in Dini's house. I wore lively colorful skinny scarf & Ribta wore gorgeous black knitting scarf. hihihi.. i still can recall, it was the day when everything went so spontaneous and we had lotta fun, indeed.

The Women

I’m pretty much positive that anything endorsed by Meg Ryan, Eva Mendez, and Jada Pinket will do well. That's the only reason why i can’t hardly wait to watch this movie called The Women. It’s a film written and directed by Diane English. I’ve never heard about her before. Well, it's impressing me! I bet it took her hardwork to direct a movie with so many talented stars in it. The movie will no doubt find its audience. There will be women of a certain age who wholeheartedly embrace friendship. Just like any other “women” movies, The Women unfolds in entirely female world in Manhattan setting. I have a big hope that this movie will give some insights i haven’t found in any other “women” movies.

Tuesday, September 23, 2008



Monday, September 22, 2008

Someone take me there, please..

full of beauty.. and mystery also

Stonehenge is the most sophisticated stone circle in the world, located in the English county of Wiltshire. It's Britain's greatest national icon, symbolizing mystery, power and endurance for sure. Its original purpose is unclear to us, but some have speculated that it was a temple made for the worship of ancient earth deities. It has been called an astronomical observatory for marking significant events on the prehistoric calendar. Some people say it was designed as a place of sun worship. Each monument was a circular structure, aligned with the rising of the sun at the Solstice. Others claim that it was a sacred site for the burial of high-ranking citizens from the societies of long ago.

Wondering, who built it? The question of who built Stonehenge is largely unanswered, even today. The monument's construction has been attributed to many ancient peoples throughout the years, but the most captivating and enduring attribution has been to the Druids. By this time, though, the stones had been standing for 2,000 years, and were, perhaps, already in a ruined condition.

There’s another story about this Stonehenge was constructed.. It is told by the twelfth century writer, Geoffrey of Monmouth, in his History of the Kings of Britain that Merlin brought the stones to the Salisbury Plain from Ireland. Geoffrey tells that the high king, Aurelius Ambrosius, wanted to create a fitting memorial to the slain men. Merlin suggested an expedition to Ireland for the purpose of transplanting the Giant's Ring stone circle to Britain. The stones were located on "Mount Killaraus" and were used as a site for performing rituals and for healing. Led by King Uther and Merlin, the expedition arrived at the spot in Ireland. The Britons, none of whom were giants (who else could handle the job?!), apparently, were unsuccessful in their attempts to move the great stones. So, Merlin had an idea to dismantle the stones and shipped them back to Britain where they were set up as they had been before, in a great circle, around the mass grave of the murdered noblemen. The story goes on to tell that Aurelius, Uther and Arthur's successor, Constantine were also buried there in their time.

Some people see it as a place steeped in magic and mystery. I think so! One thing interesting me about Stonehenge is.. as i read all the sources, Stonehenge was constructed by the bluestones which are believed in their healing power. They haven’t explained yet how the stones can heal people by something something but it’s worth to wait what science can find next. C=

Sunday, September 21, 2008

Love from the Red Carpet

My favourites from the red carpet:
Roberto Cavalli

Reem Acra

Reem Acra

Laura Dern, designer??

Armani Prive


Calvin Klein

Sandra Oh not so oh.. Oscar de La Renta

Christina Hendricks showed some cleavage

a strapless fucshia gown.. Badgley Mischka

Elie Saab
and my favourite is.. *drum rolls please* Marcia Cross' Elie Saab gown!

Saturday, September 20, 2008

an Art Exhibition

Good at math


I went to an Indonesian art & craft exhibition in JHCC with mom & dad yesterday. I had fun but none of the products there were really interesting me.. so i bought nothing. They sold things at unffordable prices. It's their last day exhibition but still they sold things expensively. Wondering, why didn't they drop their price at least 30% off so that people didn't just walk around see things they couldn't buy and started buying them at affordable prices?! Maybe this was the only reason, for me, there was nothing interesting me. hehehe.. After spending 2 hours there, me, mom, and dad ended it up in Plaza Senayan. My dad bought a pair of jeans there. Funny thing about him yesterday.. he said that he would wear his new designer jeans at least for the next 2 years. (Somehow, i realize something that my dad's as smart as my mom in spending his money)

Anyway, i decided to wear my newest ruffle plaid top that mom bought me couple days ago. I felt so fresh wearing that orange colour top on my body. huihihihi..

Friday, September 19, 2008

Perfect Buns

"ooo it's getting hot in here" i said

Me. Util. Raika

Silver Shining Beauty

Lemme introduce you to Erin Daphne.. part of the new gang, 90210. She has a great unique sense of style, as seen in film.. The character she plays, as a rebellious girl, is based on her retaliation to her ex best friend who betrayed her in the past. Can't tell you more yet, still just too little information i can share now but i'll keep you updated cos i'm really into her style!

Wednesday, September 17, 2008











Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Sophie Michelle Ellis Bextor

I’ve known her since i was in senior high.. love her from the very first time! I adore almost every aspect of her : her PORCELAIN HEALTHY SKIN: her FASHION SENSE: how SHE LOVES HER FAMILY (which is shown on her right arm tattoo).. and of course especially her MUSIC. I own all her albums and enjoy listening to her music, which is an invitation to dance to everyone who listens to it. She rocks her world not only in music but also in film, modeling, and charity activities. Recently, she features in the short musical film 'The Town that Boars Me' by photographer Ben Charles Edwards. She posed for PETA's anti–fur clothing advertisement. She is also currently fronting a campaign for The Children's Society, encouraging people to log onto the Hundreds and Thousands of Childhood Memories Website to donate their favourite childhood memory. So inspiring! Her next projects are launching a DJ Gay club project, called "Modern Love" in London, with her husband and.. replacing Kate Moss as the face of Rimmel! Can’t wait!

::I always love the way she applies her make up so perfectly to her face. BOLD & BEAUTIFUL. Absolutely gorgeous!::

Sunday, September 14, 2008

Place for my ^Self^

a warm and fuzzy comfort place to lay off.. holding back from rushing life..

Friday, September 12, 2008

Inspiring Quote from Her

I have some role models in my life. They always help me to find interesting things that happen in my life. No it’s not because i don’t have capability to find it by myself, it’s just their existence's like reinforcement to me.

One of my role models whose quote i adore the most is Martina Horner (1969). Here’s her quote:

What is important is to keep learning, to enjoy challenge, and to tolerate ambiguity. In the end there are no certain answers”.

I believe that there will always be an answer for everything. But for some cases, we just can’t get it directly. We’re through all the learning experiences till we finally realize the answers for our own questions. Based on those learning experiences, we will find some choices. Just another process of finding our final answer, we need to try it on which fit us best. Not every people find the exact same answer cos it can be subjective matters. That's why there are no certain answers for everything. For me, it is important to keep learning, to enjoy challenge, and to tolerate ambiguity as one whole package of the way we find answers for every question of our life. Yeeaah!



Welcome to my life! This blog is about how i live my life i love the most. I want to share all the things that i see, i hear, i feel, and many stuffs going on in it. enjoy!

Now, here i start it, by posting wonderful lyrics from one of Jason Mraz's songs called LIFE IS WONDERFUL.

It takes a crane to build a crane.
It takes two floors to make a story.
It takes an egg to make a hen.
It takes a hen to make an egg.
There is no end to what I’m saying.

It takes a thought to make a word.
And it takes some words to make an action.
And it takes some work to make it work.
It takes some good to make it hurt.
It takes some bad for satisfaction

Life is wonderful.
Life goes full circle.
Life is wonderful..

It takes a night to make it dawn.
And it takes a day to make you yawn.
And it takes some old to make you young.
It takes some cold to know the sun.
It takes the one to have the other.

And it takes no time to fall in love.
But it takes you years to know what love is.
And it takes some fears to make you trust.
It takes those tears to make it rust.
It takes the dust to have it polished

Life is wonderful.
Life goes full circle.
Life is wonderful
It is so…

It takes some silence to make sound.
And it takes a loss before you found it.
And it takes a road to go nowhere.
It takes a toll to make you care.
It takes a hole to make a mountain.

Life is wonderful.
Life goes full circle.
Life is wonderful.
Life is meaningful.
Life is wonderful!!!
It is so…wonderful…It is so meaningful…

*thanks to my IPod & special thanks to Jason Mraz to make it clear enough for me to understand what life is..*