I am not fashionable. I think I don’t have that special sense in wearing outfits that make people turn their heads at me because of the good style they think I have. No, I don’t have that kind of style. And that’s why I am kind of confused in choosing which picture should I take as my entry in this week’s theme, Outfit of the Day.
After relentlessly searching for a picture in which I am shown from head to toe, I choose this one, the picture which was taken in Sarawandori Bay, Yapen Island.
I am a fan of flannel shirts, so of course I wear it on top of a T-shirt. In fact, nowadays I wear it on nearly every occasion when I have to be casual. I don’t really know much about fashion trends, so I just wear clothes that I feel can make me look good.
The grey T-shirt itself is one of my newest, bought in Lombok when I came home last year, by Gandrung Lombok, a local brand that is still growing now. I love the writing on that shirt: “No plans? No worries. Just enjoy Lombok.” :haha.
About the jeans, it’s from Lois. It’s kind of old, I bought it in 2013, but I like wearing it because it’s so comfortable. I didn’t pay attention to its model do I don’t know whether it’s a slim fit jeans, a regular fit, or a baggy one. Would you like to explain it for me, please?
The sandals are Eiger’s. Its colors are black with blue accent–my favorite. I have been wanting to own that kind of sandals for such a long time, and when I finally could own one, I was very happy :)). And as a matter of fact, its durability are amazing. That sandals has accompanied me in a jungle adventure across Yapen Island, and it’s still in the best condition right now.
OK, that’s it, my traveling attire. For a person who doesn’t know about fashion, in my opinion, that kind of style suites me well. What about you? What style suits you well?
By the way… the Sarawandori Bay is amazingly beautiful. Hidden in the middle of jungle of Yapen Island, its turquoise-colored sea is very eye-catching. What’s more, this bay’s sea actually has different colors–dark turquoise in one part (the part shown in the photo), light turquoise in another, and light green in the other part.
It’s one of the best bays I’ve ever seen.