Inspirasi Jumpsuit Kasual

Pakaian jumpsuit awalnya dipakai khusus untuk baju penerjun payung. Mereka membuat jumpsuit karena ingin meminimalisir resiko pemakainya terluka dalam melakukan aktivitas.

Tapi jika kita lihat sekarang, jumpsuit adalah salah satu pakaian yang relatif umum dipakai wanita, khususnya fashionista. Pakaian jenis ini ada untuk berbagai acara. Bahkan, selebriti sudah memakainya untuk acara-acara formal seperti acara award. Ada juga model baju jumpsuit pendek yang tak kalah populer.

Yang saya perhatikan, wanita yang memakai jumpsuit bisa jadi mengawinkan sisi tomboy mereka dengan gaya modis. Selebriti seperti Gwen Stefani dan Emma Stone cukup sering memakai jumpsuit, dalam sehari-hari bahkan di acara formal seperti Golden Globe Award atau acara penghargaan lainnya. Mereka punya sisi tomboy yang bisa diintegrasikan dengan gaya feminin dan kasual. Meskipun ada juga sih, mereka yang feminin memakai tipe baju ini dengan warna feminin dan motif floral.

Tak usahlah melirik baju formal dengan model jumpsuit. Mari membahas jumpsuit untuk keseharian. Yang kira-kira paling mungkin dipakai dibanding acara award, haha…

Inspirasi Jumpsuit

Tentunya untuk dipakai sehari-hari, bahannya harus nyaman dan memudahkan pemakainya bergerak. Apalagi di negara tropis macam Indonesia, penting memakai yang bahannya adem. Mungkin banyak yang memakai model baju jumpsuit pendek, khususnya daerah yang cukup ‘bebas’ berpakaian seperti Bali.

Sekarang ini saya (atau mungkin banyak juga yang lain) gemar dengan bahan denim, katun atau warna army yang kental dengan rasa kasual. Maklum, saya juga punya sisi tomboy. Malah dulu, saya punya jaket warna army dan tas ransel warna serupa. Sekarang saya sering melirik warna gold atau perak yang orang sering kaitkan dengan gaya glamor, beda banget! Tapi cuma untuk aksesori seperti tas atau sepatu.

Melirik gaya Gwen Stefani, ibu dengan banyak talenta ini cukup sering memakai jumpsuit dan gayanya cocok sekali dengan kepribadiannya. Ia memadukan jumpsuit dengan high heels, tas berwarna netral seperti hitam dan seperti biasa, gaya khasnya, lipstik merah. Yang paling penting ia kelihatan nyaman memakainya.

Saya juga memperhatikan model baju jumpsuit pendek kerap dipakai selebriti bertubuh mungil atau petite, seperti Olivia Palermo dan Emily Browning di film God Help The Girl yang unyu dan unik gayanya. Ada juga si imut-imut Michelle Williams di film Take This Waltz.

Sumber : MatahariMall.com

 Tapi tak menutup kemungkinan lain, seleb jangkung seperti Taylor Swift juga sering terlihat memakai playsuit atau jumpsuit pendek. Ya, kalau kamu cukup pede memamerkan kaki kamu. Sedangkan saya lebih suka memakai pakaian yang tertutup sehingga gaya panjang lebih cocok untuk saya. Jumpsuit cukup fleksibel menerjemahkan gaya kamu. Tak sulit menemukan koleksi yang diinginkan di situs MatahariMall.com.

Bicara soal aksesori, kalau menurut saya sih, jangan lagi kamu padukan dengan aksesori bergaya tomboy karena takutnya kamu akan dikira beneran lelaki (kecuali warnanya sudah girly, atau wajah dan postur badanmu seperti Kendall Jenner yang cocok pakai semua model baju), lol… Yah minimal ada ‘tanda’ dalam keseluruhan penampilanmu bahwa kamu wanita.


Kalau kamu memakai hijab, gaya jumpsuit longgar juga bisa dipakai. Tinggal padukan dengan outer panjang, cardigan atau jaket. Bisa cari aksen pita di pinggang. Banyak fashion blogger yang berhijab memadukannya dengan clutch dan hak tinggi. Tak masalah juga sih kalau pakai sepatu flats dan tas tangan lain.

 Jadi, kamu suka gaya jumpsuit seperti apa?

 

Being Different

from Brightside FB

Ever been in a path in life that no one you know ever goes? I’ve had it several times and in my younger years, I wondered why. I think I was used to following other’s footprints or getting told what to do.

In my second year of junior high school, I was put in a different class than my gang. I wondered why. The previous class was the smartest class. My parents had me to be put to the smartest class again in the third year, because I was upset to be put there. Perhaps I was embarrassed with my other friends from that first class. 

But you know what? I was the happiest during that second year and I was the smartest in class (maybe not the smartest, but first ranked). I met and get to know other people, and they were fun. They made me the secretary of the class by insignificant coincidence. That’s why I get to contribute more than just regular student. When I got to the third year, I felt the pressure because it’s the smartest class. 

When I was in high school, my mother said I should choose science class for my major. I didn’t want to, but she said so I could have more options to choose my college. But I choose design for my college and had courses to pass the exam for it. It was surely a different path than other science students who wanted to be doctors or other science related field. It was weird. They usually looked me strange when I told my college interest.

 One of them was surprised with my choice and said, ‘Your science skill will be wasted’. But if I can play guitar, doesn’t mean I have to be a guitarist. Other said, ‘It’s hard to pass the college exam you want to.’ Yes, but I did got in. 

That’s just little stuffs about being different. It’s harder when it comes to career and love life. Of course being different was tough at first. People can look at you oddly. People question your choices or simply question you being you. ‘She’s odd’ or they shook their heads. Maybe they will laugh at you or underestimate you. But what do they know, really? Their words are words, and they will be forgotten the next day. They never walk the same path as you. 

I have a very different path today than what I thought I will have. Never in my mind I thought I would be a full time mother (and freelancer) and be with my husband. Never in my mind I thought I would look as feminine as today (used to be tomboy). Never in my mind I thought I would live away from my family. But life just keeps surprising you like that.

Does that mean my path is wrong? Does that mean I should do what’s expected? Does that mean I go mental? 

Who determines right or wrong? Who decides what is normal? Does it matter when people who walks their path are happy with their choices?

Every people have different path. Even their personalities are different. Why should we be all the same? Why can’t we go to the path we think is the most true to us? 

What is different doesn’t mean it’s wrong. What if the majority people who did everything wrong? 

*Just my rambling. Hope it’s a good read fr you

An Easy Life

This image I got from my friend’s social media who is a heavy filmholic. I only know that this is Jane Birkin. But her words (from a film I guess) got me thinking.

One phase in my life I put The Secret’s life recipe on my life, which is ‘you are what you are thinking’. And my wish was to have an easy life. I guess I thought I have a pretty ‘rough’ and ‘beaten’ life to actually wish this to happen. When really, I got life problems like anybody else. I just think that life was really hard. Maybe it did for me at that time.

But in the end, I got what I want. It was easy. In fact, it was safe and predictable. I started to wonder where is this fun I usually have. Where is this life’s butterflies and gravels on my foot steps. Why suddenly I just want to yawn with things in front of me. Everything seem so readable. 

And you can guess it, it was boring.

In life you have choices to make. If you think some people are dumb after getting hurt doing bungee jumping, that’s just the consequences. And it’s the same with choosing ‘an easy life’. You’ll have a pretty safe and predictable path, and it’s the consequences. 

Just to be clear, it’s up to you if you love that kind of road. In the end, you’ll be the one that can see if it’s working for you.

Whichever you choose, I hope you choose the most true for you.

As for me, everything was predictable until a hurricane came. But I chose that hurricane. Don’t worry, everything is beautiful after it’s all over. 

Graduated! #OneDayOnePostFor99Days

I don’t know if I deserve any graduation ‘speech’ but yes I nailed posting 99 posts for 99 days for this blogging group I joined. Technically, I joined since post 76 (I guess) so it was like I joined the class in the middle of semester. 

I know this group from my friend, Wini, who impressively blog her fictional story from post #1 that made me want to join. But it’s not that easy because when I joined, I was in the middle of house-moving and also pregnant! Maybe that deserves a medal because I remember thinking ‘are you crazy? You’re due in couple of months and you’re moving!’ when I joined this. But I guess I just want a push to write.

I wish I could be more involved and be more total in this blogging movement, because I want to write with more passion and satisfied with what I write. But I gained more readers, followers and even blogger friend, which I least expected. It’s such a pleasant thing to have them. What I learned from #ODOP is that writing shouldn’t be a burden. So, thank you whoever created #ODOPfor99days.

Here’s to blogging and writing 🙂 (sorry I could not put all the links in here since the time to write this speech itself is something I couldn’t plan) Have a good day!

The Unexpected Ramadan Gift

It is currently raining and I’m writing using my cellphone, lying in bed next to a newborn who sleep sound (I’m guessing if I move or leave the bed, he can sense it since the warmth would be different). It is a joy seeing him peacefully sleeping and that he need me like that. Happiness is that simple.

I saw my friends posting tthings on social media that make them happy. Ied parcels or food/gift packages, food, people they breakfast with, and photos of them mudik or going to the city where their families are. I remember what used to make me happy on Ramadan, pretty much like that too. But today, I didn’t get any parcels, taking pictures of yummy elite restaurant food, or have the time to do any breakfasting with friends (what they also called reunion, a Ramadan culture here). Instead, I’m here enjoying the presence of my own baby.

Yes, the crying and the dirty diapers and the lack of sleeping are really something, but everytime I wake up and see his lively eyes or peaceful face, it makes everything up. This is a ‘gift’ me (and my husband) could never guess will be ours, we never thought we could be this happy having a child. Alhamdulillah. He’s so generous.

What makes you happy this Ramadan or this month?