mango playsuit, zara flats and florence and the machine totebagYey, my summer is actually back! After the last post, the days have been really good(so far). Urgh, kinda noticed that many of my posts on this blog is about how good weather is or being in bitchy mood because of bad weather, but I shall stop with that. Except for enjoying the good weather, I have been around the city to help Linh for her sister’s wedding. I’m so stoke! Never been to a wedding before, so I’m going to attend my very first wedding this weekend!
Thursday, 28 July 2011
Monday, 25 July 2011
bikbok top, vintage plated skirt, flats and slottsfjell tote bagThese outfit pictures were taken ages ago. I get so frustrated when I see through the pictures again, on how perfect weather it was on that day. And now, it is just sad and grey weather full with rain, rain and rain. Hopefully, I get to use this pleated skirt (which was one of the scoop I found from last year flea market season) again before August month ends. I want my summer back now!
Friday, 22 July 2011
Tuesday, 12 July 2011
from the left: eucerin sun cream SPF 20, clinique suncream for face SPF 50, disposable camera( I have learned my lesson from last year), palmolive bodywash, rosebud salve, necessary things to use of contactlenses, a-cream, ray-bans, Lancôme lipstick in rose mythique, wet wipes from vietnam, deodorant, antibac and plastersSo here is the stuff I’m bringing to Slottsfjell! The festival itself doesn’t before Thursday, but I’ll be leaving a day earlier to catch a decent camping spot. This will be my ever first Slottsfjell with camping, so Slottsfjell is taking my virginity on the real and proper festival. The upcoming days will be so memorial and good. However, my bag is so stuffed right now. With possibilities of weather changes, I have packed down extra shifts in case it rains, especially when the Norwegian weather is moody right now. Lol, I have also figured an outfit for every each day while staying there. I know it sounds stupid but I really don’t want lose any precious time. It’s going to be a pain carrying the heavy bag, but as long I see Biffy Clyro, Niki and the Dove and Two Door Cinema club, I am fine.
Ah, I’m so stoked right now. I’m ready for four days with festivities. And oh! I’ll unfortunately not update the blog during Slottsfjell.
from the left:2x arctic monkeys tshirts, bikbok denim shirt, f21 dress, h&m hat, florence + the machine tote bag, vintage purse, vintage floral maxi skirt, cheap monday shorts, topshop boots, and vintage flats
Saturday, 9 July 2011
Fianlly, I have settled some time do this post about my Asia rip. I was supposed to do this right when I got back home last week, but my memory card has been in Oslo until today so I’m sorry about lack of posts on the blog.
So let’s start, shall we? Well, the Asia trip was beyond amazing – no regrets at all! The first stop at our Asia trip was Singapore, where we stayed for four days at a hotel named “Hotel M” which wasn’t a bad hotel at all, but those people worked behind the reception were rude. However, the hotel room was decent place to spend the night and the pool was gorgeous – spent some hours there to be honest. The first thing I noticed or felt, was the moist weather – it was so moist that I lost my all my contact lenses so I had to stick to glasses rest of the trip.
At the first day was settled our direction to Chinatown. Ahhh, I have dreamt about for Chinatown for a long time now. The vibe, the food, damn, I love Chinatown. We did almost all the dinners, breakfast, and lunch there. That’s probably why I have gained few pounds now. I found one course that I ate all the time there, redmeat with rice and of course, drinking yakult next to it. Ohman, I miss my yakult. Day two, we spent time walking around the town and taking typical tourist pictures and visiting one of Singapore’s many malls.
The thing I like about Singapore, is that it reminds me about America in many ways – the malls, the architecture, cheap food and not at least, how cheap using taxi is. We took taxi all the time, since it was bloody cheap, so using taxi in Singapore is something I really recommend if you are lazy as me. Sister and I celebrate an early 18th birthday, we took the taxi to a hotel called “Marina Bay Sands”. The architecture of the hotel is so amazing – on top of three different building it’s designed a boat that combine the three hotels underneath and on “the boat” you can see the view and eat dinner at this fancy restaurant, and that was exactly what we did. My birthday was a delight day itself. I had a “little sister and big sister day” where we spent a big part of the day walking around Ion Orchard. And after eaten a big dim sum brunch at “Paradise Dynasty”, we went to Topshop where I head Arctic Monkeys “Brick by Brick” . Listening that song while strolling around the store made my day. After searching for Tosphop for days, and finally finding it, I ended up not buying anything.
I miss Singapore a lot. I would anything for another day in Singapore.