A rolling nastar

June 26, 2018

I decided to name this entire look as 'a rolling nastar', credits to my junior in college who calls me that name after I poster one of these photos on my Instagram Stories lol. Of course, there's no reason to get butthurt with the little name because actually, the color of my kaftan kinda resembles nastar indeed. Do you guys know nastar? It's one of those cookies they bake and put on display during lebaran because it's a staple lebaran cookies, I guess? I'm not a big fan of nastar msyelf because they're just too dry and too crumbly and I just don't like it. I've been very lazy lately doing blog walking because I've been obsessed spending too much time in front of my brother's computer playing Dota 2 this entire holiday. But I realize this post has to be posted before June ends because why would I post something that screams lebaran way way after the event has passed. Oh can we all appreciate how my make-up looks so flawless here lol I know that sounds so self-proclaimed but damn, now that I'm used to look at myself in the mirror with make-up, my no make-up look is so horrible pft. I can't believe I used to look like crap on public.

So since I arrived at home just a week before lebaran took place, I didn't really have much time to shop for any lebaran clothes. I was gonna search down the internet of this year's trend, if kaftan is still on the market or they just switch it up with something more elegant but I couldn't find any. You guys know that I'm not a fan of long sleeve clothes because they just accentuate the flabby fat in my arms, right? So kaftan is always a good choice because the bat-wing gives a nice drappery effect that makes the entire look has multiple layers when in fact we only wear one layer of clothes. I also cut my hair pretty short because I got bored with my usual medium long hair and it started growing all over the place so what better way to appear fresh and new in lebaran? For the make-up itself, I just went for a really simple and orange look to complement the color of my kaftan.

Let's all give a round of applause for my little brother because he took all of these photos of me by himself. I'm low-key very impressed because he knows I like symmetrical photos and so he effortlessly achieved that. So, that's it for today, I hope you enjoy this quick post about my lebaran look. I haven't really posted anything fashion-related in such a long time, almost 6 months! I'm sorry, because I haven't shopped any new clothes recently, taking photos for OOTD takes a lot of time and preparation as well. I've spent all of my money on make-up now because it's fun to play with and I just love doing reviews, sharing thoughts about certain products instead of just posting pictures and telling stories. But, you know, I'm very versatile about what I post on the blog. Just leave a comment below if you'd like to see something or if you have any new ideas for my blog. I'd love to hear!

Thank you so much for reading and see you on the next post! xo


  1. You look beautiful!
    It's been a week late but Happy Ied ♥


    1. Thank you sooo much, Amira!
      Happy Ied to you too!

  2. Really beautiful post <3