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Hippie Gone Mad Giveaway by Cindy Karmoko.

Tuesday, December 25, 2012
Hello lovelies...


It has been raining all day and night long. I love rainy days, but yeah... This weather has been blocking me from doing anything i want plus i don't like it when i've to run through it, trying to not get wet and then my feet usually get wet since i'm prone to stepping in big muddy puddles. But at the good side of it that they give me a reason to stay at home if i don't have to go anywhere, be alone, stare at the pouring rain and feel the coldness. I find it to be a very relaxing and calming and at the same time creates a fresh and invigorating air.


Since i'm at home without doing anything, except spending some bonding time together with the sisters. Well, i've finally decided to join Hippie Gone Mad Giveaway which is organized by an Indonesian blogger friend of mine named Cindy Karmoko. The giveaway is so excited that i seriously have intention to join for the first time this year. 


So what exactly Hippie Gone Mad Giveaway is about? Generally speaking, Hippie Gone Mad Giveaway is an awesome giveaway for bloggers to join together to grab a Veiled Beanie - DIY via Hippie Gone Mad and a pair of IngriDahl 3D Sunnies that are very highly demanded for younger generation at this very special celebration, Merry Christmas for you yourselves or as a gift for someone else. 


As far as i know, the veiled beanie is credited to German fashion designer, Jil Sander who designed these for her Spring 2012 runway (during Milan Fashion Week). When i first started seeing Cindy Karmoko rocking it out, i think what's not to love about it? In my opinion...


(1) This veiled beanie is cute, unusual and versatile, it's must-have perfect mix of urban streetwear hat, far more suitable for younger generation.

(2) It's quite different with other hats because it would make everyone (including me) look sophisticated but never over-dressed.

(3) It does suit my style (chic, casual and feminine) plus this attention-grabbing is easy to put on and still make a huge impact on my style.


What about the 3D Sunnies? I've always been a fan of sunglasses forever. I'm the kind of person who likes to buy a pair everywhere i go, especially a unique look. For me, this 3D Sunnies has such a cool design which i've rarely met before and it's completely useful and helpful for me, especially when i feel really annoyed with the public 3D Sunnies. By wearing it, I may look and feel fabulous when watching 3D movies in the cinema. So why not?


Here are two things of my favorite fashion stuffs i've been dreaming of recently. Perhaps, growing up in Fashion City makes it a bit more familiar, and it certainly makes it a little more approachable. I've loved fashion and just so you know, it has always been my childhood dream. But i don't take fashion too seriously and often try to have fun with it. It's no wonder i'd loved to join in this giveaway!


Xoxo


Here's the author of Hippie Gone Mad.

What an adorable, chic way to rock a veiled beanie with 3D Sunnies! I love this so much. So, so much.



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Being a Grown-Up-Tween-Girl.

Monday, December 03, 2012
Hello lovelies...


The passage of time seems more real to me as the people in my life hit their milestones. It seems there's no remarkable difference between one age and the next. But celebrating the big days of the people i've known all of my or their lives make the difference clearer. I can even remember who we each were at the last milestone and how much we've changed since.


Last December 1st, my beautiful little sister, Abby celebrated her 10th birthday. Like, "woah". Weren't we just kids playing pink retro kitchen set every day (well, almost) our parents had buy for us? Pretending that the wind and rainfall ruined the sand castles at seaside to justify the utter chaos within? Eating cheezels off our pinkie fingers while watching TV?


Of course, at the same time, that feels like ages ago. Because it was, and because so much happens in life between childhood and the moments you reflect it on. For some, the path from youth to adulthood goes exactly as planned, fulfilling dreams every step of the way. For a lot of us, it's rare to end up where we thought we were going. Sometimes that diversion is filled with love and joy, sometimes it's filled with obstacles. But it's the path that teaches us the lesson that shape who we are.


Now Abby is a grown-up-tween-girl as well. Throughout her life, she has been Miss Sporty Girl, Miss Fashion Queen, Little Miss Perfectionist and a ton of others and she has worn different color of make-up even she's not a teen and not yet an adult. *make a surprised face* So what babyhhh?


Life of a tween isn't as easy as you might think. I was one not that long. I think the best things about being a tween is that your mom and dad take you way more seriously plus you get treated like an adult (more maturely) with some of the advantages of being grown up but still don't have as many responsibilities. Frankly speaking, it brings you to explore new things while you're young, and that's so good to be capable of learning at young age things that you like about yourselves!


BUT THE WORST THINGS IS PROBABLY FRIENDSHIP PROBLEMS, MORE DRAMAS AND RUMORS AT SCHOOL, HAVING TO DEAL WITH JEALOUSY (i speak from LOADS OF EXPERIENCE!), AND TWEENS FIRST EXPERIENCE P-U-B-E-R-T-Y! Yeah, it's a horrible, awkward phase to go through, but it's something all tweens go through with grace and lots of spunk.


Now that i'm a couple years out of my tweens, i can look back objectively and remember clearly all those feelings and worries that were on my mind before...



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