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.
OUTFIT 1 // GIFTED BATIK DRESS // H&M HAT //
OUTFIT 2 // COTTON ON HOODIE // CHEROKEE TOP // PASAR BERINGHARJO PANTS // NIKE SNEAKERS //