One of Tour Jogja’s descriptions, found on its website, stated that the city “balances life from the past and present with relative ease.”
Wanna know a secret, lovelies? Batik-printed garments are super light-weight and even give enough warmth – to tackle a slightly chilly weather. It’s perfect for Jogja 🙂 On my most recent trip, I strolled around Jalan Malioboro on a very sunny day with no apparent reason actually. Keep in mind to dress modestly in this city! I opted for a sleeveless, knee-length batik dress, or what locals call it as duster. Jogja’s areas near Mt. Merapi are chillier, where one of my uncles has a Salak plantation there. Rain had been pouring a lot hence I wore a light-weight hoodie, a pastel-colored tank-top and my newest purchase: a pair of baggy, batik pants from Pasar Beringharjo.
To read the other descriptions made by Tour Jogja, click here. Lemme know what cha think of my photographs hehe. Hope you’re having a great day, lovelies!
OOTD 1 // GIFTED BATIK DRESS // H&M HAT //
OOTD 2 // COTTON ON HOODIE // CHEROKEE TOP // PASAR BERINGHARJO PANTS // NIKE SNEAKERS //