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Had great weekend on saturday out to Auburn Botanical Garden. I never heard about this park if one of my friends did not mention about it.
It was start when i ask all my friends if  they have plan for weekend’s day out. Because i always take day-off on saturday. Then i was mention to them wanna go to The Rocks Market which is always there every Saturday and Sunday. I always love that kind of market, like the one in Oxford Street, Paddington Market. They have the most unbearable-cute-vintage stuff ever! Postman bag, shoes, hats, purse, sun glasses, necklace, rings, earrings, dresses, everything! And not forget to mention the food, OH MY GOSH, it’s like food heaven, every food from anywhere in just one place!! Hotdogs, ice cream, juice, slushee, kebab, etc. Always tempting to go there when it’s a sunny day! Oh, enough about the vintage market, i promise i will post about it after i’m going there this Saturday.
So, it was Friday night, one of my friend has made decision that we are gonna go to Japanese Garden in Auburn. At first when i hear it, i was like, is there Japanese Garden in Auburn?! Because all i know that Auburn is a suburb with most of Lebanese or middle east people that live in Sydney. But and then i was thinking, hell yeah let’s go!
So 12:30 pm on Saturday we heading to Auburn from Town Hall station. Then we took taxi from Auburn station, it was just about 10minutes. And when we finally arrive at  the entrance gate, i saw on the board there, turns out that Japanese Garden is one of the park that they have in Auburn Botanical Garden. They have zoo and other attractions as well. Because it is Spring so the Japanese Garden is became popular because there is a lot of Sakura or Cherry Blossom in there. And as you all know, Sakura live in Japan and now Sakura in Australia too! And this place was so dreamy! My favorite is the big pond or you can say lake, it was really beautiful. Water, stone, water-plant, trees surrounding the lake, everything is in balance as you know that is the main point of Japanese Garden.
We spent about 2 hours there and took tons of photos! We decide just walking to going back to Auburn Station, it was just about half an hour. It was a really beautiful and fun saturday to spend with lovely friends. We planning to go to Manly Beach this Saturday and probably stop by at The Rocks market as well! I love spring and can’t wait for summer! Kisses.
Had great weekend on saturday out to Auburn Botanical Garden. I never heard about this park if one of my friends did not mention about it.
It was start when i ask all my friends if  they have plan for weekend’s day out. Because i always take day-off on saturday. Then i was mention to them wanna go to The Rocks Market which is always there every Saturday and Sunday. I always love that kind of market, like the one in Oxford Street, Paddington Market. They have the most unbearable-cute-vintage stuff ever! Postman bag, shoes, hats, purse, sun glasses, necklace, rings, earrings, dresses, everything! And not forget to mention the food, OH MY GOSH, it’s like food heaven, every food from anywhere in just one place!! Hotdogs, ice cream, juice, slushee, kebab, etc. Always tempting to go there when it’s a sunny day! Oh, enough about the vintage market, i promise i will post about it after i’m going there this Saturday.
So, it was Friday night, one of my friend has made decision that we are gonna go to Japanese Garden in Auburn. At first when i hear it, i was like, is there Japanese Garden in Auburn?! Because all i know that Auburn is a suburb with most of Lebanese or middle east people that live in Sydney. But and then i was thinking, hell yeah let’s go!
So 12:30 pm on Saturday we heading to Auburn from Town Hall station. Then we took taxi from Auburn station, it was just about 10minutes. And when we finally arrive at  the entrance gate, i saw on the board there, turns out that Japanese Garden is one of the park that they have in Auburn Botanical Garden. They have zoo and other attractions as well. Because it is Spring so the Japanese Garden is became popular because there is a lot of Sakura or Cherry Blossom in there. And as you all know, Sakura live in Japan and now Sakura in Australia too! And this place was so dreamy! My favorite is the big pond or you can say lake, it was really beautiful. Water, stone, water-plant, trees surrounding the lake, everything is in balance as you know that is the main point of Japanese Garden.
We spent about 2 hours there and took tons of photos! We decide just walking to going back to Auburn Station, it was just about half an hour. It was a really beautiful and fun saturday to spend with lovely friends. We planning to go to Manly Beach this Saturday and probably stop by at The Rocks market as well! I love spring and can’t wait for summer! Kisses.
Had great weekend on saturday out to Auburn Botanical Garden. I never heard about this park if one of my friends did not mention about it.
It was start when i ask all my friends if  they have plan for weekend’s day out. Because i always take day-off on saturday. Then i was mention to them wanna go to The Rocks Market which is always there every Saturday and Sunday. I always love that kind of market, like the one in Oxford Street, Paddington Market. They have the most unbearable-cute-vintage stuff ever! Postman bag, shoes, hats, purse, sun glasses, necklace, rings, earrings, dresses, everything! And not forget to mention the food, OH MY GOSH, it’s like food heaven, every food from anywhere in just one place!! Hotdogs, ice cream, juice, slushee, kebab, etc. Always tempting to go there when it’s a sunny day! Oh, enough about the vintage market, i promise i will post about it after i’m going there this Saturday.
So, it was Friday night, one of my friend has made decision that we are gonna go to Japanese Garden in Auburn. At first when i hear it, i was like, is there Japanese Garden in Auburn?! Because all i know that Auburn is a suburb with most of Lebanese or middle east people that live in Sydney. But and then i was thinking, hell yeah let’s go!
So 12:30 pm on Saturday we heading to Auburn from Town Hall station. Then we took taxi from Auburn station, it was just about 10minutes. And when we finally arrive at  the entrance gate, i saw on the board there, turns out that Japanese Garden is one of the park that they have in Auburn Botanical Garden. They have zoo and other attractions as well. Because it is Spring so the Japanese Garden is became popular because there is a lot of Sakura or Cherry Blossom in there. And as you all know, Sakura live in Japan and now Sakura in Australia too! And this place was so dreamy! My favorite is the big pond or you can say lake, it was really beautiful. Water, stone, water-plant, trees surrounding the lake, everything is in balance as you know that is the main point of Japanese Garden.
We spent about 2 hours there and took tons of photos! We decide just walking to going back to Auburn Station, it was just about half an hour. It was a really beautiful and fun saturday to spend with lovely friends. We planning to go to Manly Beach this Saturday and probably stop by at The Rocks market as well! I love spring and can’t wait for summer! Kisses.
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If “fashion is a language,” then its onscreen translation transcends time or place. When it comes to the sartorially-minded film characters that we love and those that linger in our mind, it’s not only the unique or striking sense of dress that tickles our fancy, but the way in which they absorb the wardrobe of the character into their personality and the essence of the role. And in looking back through cinema’s past, there are countless films whose style now serves as a beacon of fashion iconography.
However, when it comes to examining the way we dress ourselves in everyday life and that constant desire to reinvent and invigorate ourselves aesthetically, you can always look to the movies for a wealth of inspiration. So from the candy-flipped punk-y pleasures of Gregg Araki’s characters and Sofia Coppola’s dreamy pastel ennui to the elbow-patched and academic pleats of Woody Allen and the heartbreakingly haute world of Wong Kar-wai, let’s take a look back on a fantastic list of films featuring some of cinema’s most stylish characters.
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If “fashion is a language,” then its onscreen translation transcends time or place. When it comes to the sartorially-minded film characters that we love and those that linger in our mind, it’s not only the unique or striking sense of dress that tickles our fancy, but the way in which they absorb the wardrobe of the character into their personality and the essence of the role. And in looking back through cinema’s past, there are countless films whose style now serves as a beacon of fashion iconography.
However, when it comes to examining the way we dress ourselves in everyday life and that constant desire to reinvent and invigorate ourselves aesthetically, you can always look to the movies for a wealth of inspiration. So from the candy-flipped punk-y pleasures of Gregg Araki’s characters and Sofia Coppola’s dreamy pastel ennui to the elbow-patched and academic pleats of Woody Allen and the heartbreakingly haute world of Wong Kar-wai, let’s take a look back on a fantastic list of films featuring some of cinema’s most stylish characters.
CINEMA’S MOST ENVIABLE WARDROBES: PART II
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If “fashion is a language,” then its onscreen translation transcends time or place. When it comes to the sartorially-minded film characters that we love and those that linger in our mind, it’s not only the unique or striking sense of dress that tickles our fancy, but the way in which they absorb the wardrobe of the character into their personality and the essence of the role. And in looking back through cinema’s past, there are countless films whose style now serves as a beacon of fashion iconography.
However, when it comes to examining the way we dress ourselves in everyday life and that constant desire to reinvent and invigorate ourselves aesthetically, you can always look to the movies for a wealth of inspiration. So from the candy-flipped punk-y pleasures of Gregg Araki’s characters and Sofia Coppola’s dreamy pastel ennui to the elbow-patched and academic pleats of Woody Allen and the heartbreakingly haute world of Wong Kar-wai, let’s take a look back on a fantastic list of films featuring some of cinema’s most stylish characters.
CINEMA’S MOST ENVIABLE WARDROBES: PART II
bbook:

If “fashion is a language,” then its onscreen translation transcends time or place. When it comes to the sartorially-minded film characters that we love and those that linger in our mind, it’s not only the unique or striking sense of dress that tickles our fancy, but the way in which they absorb the wardrobe of the character into their personality and the essence of the role. And in looking back through cinema’s past, there are countless films whose style now serves as a beacon of fashion iconography.
However, when it comes to examining the way we dress ourselves in everyday life and that constant desire to reinvent and invigorate ourselves aesthetically, you can always look to the movies for a wealth of inspiration. So from the candy-flipped punk-y pleasures of Gregg Araki’s characters and Sofia Coppola’s dreamy pastel ennui to the elbow-patched and academic pleats of Woody Allen and the heartbreakingly haute world of Wong Kar-wai, let’s take a look back on a fantastic list of films featuring some of cinema’s most stylish characters.
CINEMA’S MOST ENVIABLE WARDROBES: PART II
bbook:

If “fashion is a language,” then its onscreen translation transcends time or place. When it comes to the sartorially-minded film characters that we love and those that linger in our mind, it’s not only the unique or striking sense of dress that tickles our fancy, but the way in which they absorb the wardrobe of the character into their personality and the essence of the role. And in looking back through cinema’s past, there are countless films whose style now serves as a beacon of fashion iconography.
However, when it comes to examining the way we dress ourselves in everyday life and that constant desire to reinvent and invigorate ourselves aesthetically, you can always look to the movies for a wealth of inspiration. So from the candy-flipped punk-y pleasures of Gregg Araki’s characters and Sofia Coppola’s dreamy pastel ennui to the elbow-patched and academic pleats of Woody Allen and the heartbreakingly haute world of Wong Kar-wai, let’s take a look back on a fantastic list of films featuring some of cinema’s most stylish characters.
CINEMA’S MOST ENVIABLE WARDROBES: PART II
bbook:

If “fashion is a language,” then its onscreen translation transcends time or place. When it comes to the sartorially-minded film characters that we love and those that linger in our mind, it’s not only the unique or striking sense of dress that tickles our fancy, but the way in which they absorb the wardrobe of the character into their personality and the essence of the role. And in looking back through cinema’s past, there are countless films whose style now serves as a beacon of fashion iconography.
However, when it comes to examining the way we dress ourselves in everyday life and that constant desire to reinvent and invigorate ourselves aesthetically, you can always look to the movies for a wealth of inspiration. So from the candy-flipped punk-y pleasures of Gregg Araki’s characters and Sofia Coppola’s dreamy pastel ennui to the elbow-patched and academic pleats of Woody Allen and the heartbreakingly haute world of Wong Kar-wai, let’s take a look back on a fantastic list of films featuring some of cinema’s most stylish characters.
CINEMA’S MOST ENVIABLE WARDROBES: PART II
bbook:

If “fashion is a language,” then its onscreen translation transcends time or place. When it comes to the sartorially-minded film characters that we love and those that linger in our mind, it’s not only the unique or striking sense of dress that tickles our fancy, but the way in which they absorb the wardrobe of the character into their personality and the essence of the role. And in looking back through cinema’s past, there are countless films whose style now serves as a beacon of fashion iconography.
However, when it comes to examining the way we dress ourselves in everyday life and that constant desire to reinvent and invigorate ourselves aesthetically, you can always look to the movies for a wealth of inspiration. So from the candy-flipped punk-y pleasures of Gregg Araki’s characters and Sofia Coppola’s dreamy pastel ennui to the elbow-patched and academic pleats of Woody Allen and the heartbreakingly haute world of Wong Kar-wai, let’s take a look back on a fantastic list of films featuring some of cinema’s most stylish characters.
CINEMA’S MOST ENVIABLE WARDROBES: PART II
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