I had stressful weeks of test, one week break and some more test. So here I present to you a photoshoot I did with Caroline and finally, we could shoot pictures where both Caroline and I are in it. Photographer for the day was our classmate Ian, so credits to him.

We wore two outfits here and just to clarify things, I just have a large amount of black outfits so don't judge.








I discovered a local brand selling bath products that are really rare here in Indonesia. You readers know lush right? Check them out on my previous post. And now I would like to share with you a cheaper and far more affordable brand of bath products from Bathtime Story. It's an online local brand selling bath bombs, clay mask, bath salt and body oil. Their products are all natural and preservatives free so they have a small shelf life but the more natural, the better right?

I purchased their three bath bombs that are called Phoebe, Lyla and Misaki and I wanted to try their French Green Clay Mask that was said to help clean your face and pores, because I get regular acne breakouts.

After trying their face mask, the oil on my face reduced and it was amazing. Since I have oily face I use the mask twice a week. The bath bomb smelled really good but it didn't bubble as much as I thought it would because I put too much water so pay attention to that.






Lyla:
A cheerful blend of sweet vanilla and lavender

Phoebe:
A feminine blend of bergamot, lily and ylang ylang

Misaki:
Calming blend of green tea and a hint of vanilla


French Green Claymask:
Originated from France, absorbs and removes impurities from our face and perfect for combination, oily and acne prone skin.

Check their instagram for more products and information.



Ever wonder where you could grab branded items for a cheap price? Well I would like to introduce you to Westegg.co!

As someone who loves thrift shopping, I’m always looking for new places to purchase branded things for a cheaper price. And I finally found a reliable place to get these things.
Have you ever heard of Westegg? A platform where you can get branded and designer items for a fraction of its original price and is authentic! Curious on what great deals you could get? Check out the website.

I have discovered super cool items from my favorite brands at really low prices and I can assure you that the quality will not disappoint. This website will help you get your hands on items of excellence without having to fret over its price, it’s completely guilt free. You could easily browse through a range of products and look for something you want and get it for a discounted price of up to 80% off. Westegg is a growing platform and so far it already has 125 brands on their website and counting …

There’s always the chance for you to become their web model by simply posting a picture of yourself on instagram with an item of your purchase using the hashtag #becomethemodel


My favorite item from their web would be this topshop disc choker with embellishment.  I created a look inspired by the music festival Coachella along with some items that I will list down below.

Coachella x Westegg by joyi-larasari on Polyvore featuring One Teaspoon, Topshop, Balenciaga, Street Level, Wet Seal and Rayban

Choker: Topshop
Sunglasses: Rayban
Recently I've been to Singapore for three days and I felt like I didn't have enough time. So here are some places I visited and for you future visitors I would recommend these places too.


The Editor's Market
Cathay Cineleisure Orchard,
Singapore 239695
+65 6737 0669

Selling wide range of fashionable clothings. When you buy more than one piece, you get discounts.





Lady M
Orchard Central Shopping Mall
181 Orchard Road, Singapore 238896

A cafe from New York selling pastries that taste really good but beware the prices are slightly higher than usual.


LUSH
go to their website they have a lot of branches

This is a shop where they sell toiletries and BATH BOMBS the all time favorite, though prices are cheaper if you get them in the U.S.




Swensen
go to website for several branch options

My all time favorite western restaurant that I'm not sure is opened in any other country. For sure the food here taste really good and I never miss coming here to eat.



This photo shoot was inspired by the upcoming season of music festivals. We decided to incorporate lace detailing to both outfit and both are ideas for you to wear to concerts and any festivals. This lookbook is inspired by Coachella fashion trends.

I went with a more comfy laidback style by pairing up denim cutoffs and lace crop. Adding a breezy kimono gives a protection to your shoulders to prevent getting possible sunburns. 

If you are going for a fancy and festive look then don't be afraid to wear a simple crop bustier with lace pants. The headpiece is an extra and wear heels or platforms to elongate your legs. It also gives you some more height so you can easily watch concerts. ( especially if you are short like me)
P.S. Using smoke bomb isn't that easy...


(Pictures were either taken by me or Caroline)









Me:

Top: babeswear_id
Pants: forever 21
Hat: H&M
Shoes: Thrifted Taiwan
Kimono: DIY

Caroline:

Bralet: Spotlight Store
Pants: Love and Flair
Headpiece: DIY

For you who are wondering, I got my smoke bomb from an online shop in instagram @nedshop