The last Fall!


Old Navy pea coat, here   |   Gold polka dot foil scarf from GroopDealz, here   |   Orelia Sparkle Hoop earrings   |   Indigo Maternity Denim   |   Balenciaga PT Murier GSH   |   G21 Flats

These shots taken above were probably the last few days of fall as I could no longer wear these kinds of outfits now. Snow had fallen few days back, and weather has been too cold to wear fancy outfits, which is a bummer for me..

I am looking forward for Christmas though, as this will be my first time celebrating Christmas in Canada with my husband and hopefully it will be a great one as next year there will be three of us! Can’t wait to get presents for friends, family and also decor for my house soon!

Happy Tuesday everyone!


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The Daily Post: Sunday church

Husband and I went to a local church called Grace Presbyterian Church and they were having an international celebration that day, celebrating and recognizing the diversity that makes up their congregation. I’m amazed to see the union of all different race, nation and culture altogether in one community and that they celebrating it by bringing their own traditional snacks and foods from their own country and background to be shared among others.

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Loving the experience there and would probably be back as we are still moving around and trying to find a church that is suitable for us. We’re used to a church with Indonesian community back in Singapore and our wish is that we could find a community just as great as what we used to have, something that we couldn’t find here as Indonesian people are quite scattered and not going to a same particular church, probably due to their differences in conviction.

Here’s my OOTD. Sorry for the night snapshots as it was taken by the end of the day. 12345

Forever 21 jersey tank, here   |   Bysi tweed jacket   |   Leather tassel necklace (I made it myself. Watch for my upcoming etsy store :D!)   |   Indigo maternity denim   |   Balenciaga PT Murier GSH   |   Tory Burch flats, here

Happy Tuesday everyone!


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A trip to the past..

We went to Heritage Park Historical Village last month and I totally forgot about these pics until today when I sorted out my pictures in my cam!

Heritage Park is Canada’s largest living history museum. They build a whole park or I call it ‘town’ filled with all the houses and buildings from the past to stimulate a certain time and era from 1860 all the way to 1950. They relocate and preserve real old houses in this town including all the furniture and stuffs like dining table, bed, piano and stuffs that were authentic and originally belong to these houses. The room are remain intact with all the furniture and all the stuffs inside which I find it interesting as we get to see how it looks like living in a certain era inside a house. Some of the buildings in the town are built to resemble the old ones in the past as well. The fun part is that they hire people who works there to dress like a certain era, to run around the town and to do normal chores like riding the truck with horses, operating the steam train (authentic and real working steam train), walking along the town, or even playing the vintage piano and cooking using their vintage kitchen inside the house!141510

BCBG Maxazria long sweater coat   |   Gap tee   |   Indigo maternity denim   |    Louis Vuitton damier speedy 30   |    G21 flats


inside an old candy store


the steam train that still operates and brings us through the whole town.


one of the relocated old houses , which I believe from the 1900s.


the old lady who plays the piano inside the house, a bit creepy don’t you think? :p


Can’t believe Safeway had existed long time ago!


For more information about this park, please visit

Happy Monday everyone!


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