Bringing 90s Vibe To The Digital Era.

How was your New Year Eve celebration? Partying hard? Or, were you just like me, binge watching until I finally fell asleep. Whatever it is, just make sure that all the “New Year New Me” stuff is not just a one time euphoria. Make time to be grateful about everything (highs or lows) that God has allowed to happen to you in the past year, and write down every single thing that you want to see happen in the new year.

What’s more important is to actually keeping your hope alive, because you know sooner or later reality is gonna happen to you. Sometimes your plans will be delayed, postponed, or even canceled, but never stop believing that the journey of life is actually a constant road to better places.

Geesh what a long opening. I’m sorry. First post of 2018 will be about my current obsession over everything 90s. So I’m gonna compile some of my recent #OOTD photos and give you some useful tips plus what are the brands that I’ve been wearing (mostly locals). Gotta say thank you for my amazing photographers friends, Didi and Joel, who have been willing to help me in taking these ootd shots.

  1. Invest in accessory. By the way, prime colors is trending this year. Thus, the orange cap and yellow jacket.
  2. Oversized and tucked-in t-shirt is back. Balance your tee collection between the plain one and the printed one.
  3. Find something that can be your signature style. As for me, socks, apart from rounded-glasses, have been quite of my signature. I have plenty of them from any colors and patterns.
  4. Invest in basic outerwear like denim jacket and hooded pullover. Mine has a pair exaggerated sleeves that is really a head-turner. Oh, don’t forget to also invest in other basic stuff like a pair of black skinny jeans and white canvas shoes.
  5. Track pants are back. Enuff said.
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Cap: Locale, Oversized Black Tee: Anders, White Strut Bag: Suddenly Good Life, Jeans: Topman, Shoes: Converse

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Glasses: Karamata, Glasses Strap: Wasteland, Jacket: Pull & Bear

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Printed Tee: The Goods Dept

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Track Pants: WellBorn, Shoes: Vans

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Denim Jacket: Pop Meets Pop, Striped Shirt: H&M, Skinny Jeans: H&M, Socks: Topman, Shoes: Converse

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Hooded Pullover: Moral, Pants: H&M, Socks: Topman, Shoes: Converse

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Cap: Topman, Tee: Adidas, Shorts: H&M; Socks: Topman

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Tee: Broken Echo, Scarf: Topman

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Tanks: H&M, Bag: Erigo, Shorts: H&M, Glasses Strap: Wasteland, Socks: Topman

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Jacket: Erigo, Track Pants: H&M, Shoes: Converse

Check out some other photos in the slideshow below, happy shopping! LOL 😉 Don’t forget to my Instagram account (if you haven’t) to follow my current fashion purchase and ootd updates.

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Write to you later,

HG. (@gersonhenry)

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Hello Sunday, Til’ We Meet Again.

As someone who works 9-to-5 from Monday to Friday, letting go the warm embrace of Sunday and everything that it has to offer could be tough sometimes. But, I didn’t have much of an option, right? Unless I have this super power to freeze time or extend it just for a little bit longer, then leaving Sunday behind won’t be much of a problem.

That is why I always make sure I had the most recharging weekend, which is mostly spent either by sitting at a coffee shop and reading a book, or trying out new places while having tons of laughter, exchanging stories with my favorite bunch.

Just a few weeks ago, I stumbled upon this homey desserts place called Hello Sunday. Totally a love at first sight for me simply because it has alfresco area with white walls and big window panes! Every blogger would love this kind of place because it makes your “I gotta take photos for my blog post this week” MUCH easier.

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Located at Jalan Pangeran Diponegoro No. 21, Menteng, Center Jakarta, Hello Sunday is the place that makes you excited during the weekdays because you know Sunday is just around the corner! The name itself gives you this perspective that Sunday is no longer something that you waved goodbye, but something that you look forward to, like an old friend whom you can’t wait to see!

The beverages and appetizers taste surprisingly good. With plenty of new coffee shop, restaurant and desserts spots opening sporadically like every week, somehow not all new players could maintain the quality of their products. Sadly, most only offer comfy ambience with bad service and plain-tasted food and drinks.

What’s even more interesting about this place is that you can get local-flavored ice cream in cone or waffle with different toppings, and sauces with very cheap price, about IDR 30k.  So I ordered Es Teler mixed with Gula Malaka flavors ice-cream, with original-flavored cone, and on top of it all, I picked pistachio crackers and almond-cashew crackers as my topping. Yums!

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Iced Black Coffee

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Gula Malaka ice cream served with choco chips waffle and choco sauce, topped with almond cashew crackers and coconut jellies

And of course, with that “oh-so-instagenic” surroundings you just have to get a nice OOTD photo for your Instagram. Amen?

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Write to you later,

HG. (@gersonhenry)

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Something About the President’s Bomber Jacket!

Isn’t it funny how sometimes we, Indonesians, could make things viral through memes and social media?

Last weekend, Jakarta was at the edge of having another riot, which successfully made most of us feeling unsafe and worried. Most businesses decided to close their offices and let their employees home for safety reasons. Well, I wasn’t complaining as I finally had the much-needed rest I’ve been longing for since last month.

So I spent my day off celebrating this real TGIF moment by sleeping in, having TV series marathon, editing photos for this particular post, and going to Gelora Bung Karno for my weekly 5K run. Hashtag humble brag. Each of my timeline in several social media platforms were filled with updated news about this massive protest. Some people shared their thoughts, some people shared photos, and MOST people shared funny memes. I decided not to throw any comments, whether the serious ones or the funny ones, at all. At that moment, I honestly thought that a prayer was what this country needed the most. Although, I had to admit scrolling through all the memes were very much entertaining.

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Anyways, as the clock was about to hit 5.30 PM, I ordered Uber Motor to take me to Gelora Bung Karno, assuming that the demonstration had already finished and it was finally save to go out. Well, my assumption was kinda right, because the streets were pretty much empty. It was a very rare view on a Friday afternoon indeed!

Fast forward to 7 PM when I was finally back home and had shower. After a refreshing cold shower, I turned the TV on only to find out what started as a peaceful protest had just turned into a riot as late as bedtime story! I couldn’t be more grateful that I was already home because it looked very chaotic out there.

So I turned my tv off and decided to simply start working on this post. But, writer’s block happened.

The riot continued until almost midnight. Everyone was worried. I kept on getting text messages from friends overseas asking about my condition as I live quite near to the riot area. Finally, about 12.05 AM (I know right), our president appeared on TV for a press conference, giving his speech regarding the current situation. I didn’t really pay attention to that as I was so distracted by the outerwear that he wore on TV.

Apparently, I wasn’t the only one noticing, because the moment I opened my Path, most friends were already posting funny memes about it. People were making a lot of fuss over – not the speech, interestingly – our president’s bomber jacket! I kind of took pride to the fact that this president that I voted appeared casually fashionable in public.

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Thanks to you Mr. Jokowi, I finally have a topic to write!

Last week DR & I bought the so-called must have item of the season. Yeap, and we were accidentally – as always – twinning in our new bombers, baseball caps and Nike kicks, as we attended the soft opening of Onokabe Suki & Grill. What’s even better, we stumbled upon this empty balcony at the 2nd floor of the newly opened restaurant that was perfect for a photo opp.

DR got his black bomber jacket from Pull & Bear, which he wore with a black t-shirt, denim shorts, a pair of Nike Internationalist, and completed with a burgundy-colored cap. As DR decided to go black with bomber, I chose to stay loyal to this navy blue bomber  from Bershka. I wore it with a plain black t-shirt from Uniqlo, a pair of skinny from H&M, a pair of Nike Airmax, and I completed the look with a pale pink (say what, aesthetic generation, haha) cap.

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We loved the look as much as RI 1 did. Mr Jokowi, any chance for a OOTD collaboration with us?

This look would be suitable for you if you love to appear casual and simple. Sometimes I’d go with a plain white t-shirt underneath the jacket. But that would be another topic. Yeap, we have another article about plain white tee that we’ll share with you in a few weeks!

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Write to you later,

HG. (@gersonhenry)

Switching Sides From Monochrome To Earthy Tones

It has been way too long since the last time we intentionally explore high buildings and empty streets in this city just to take some instagram worthy photos. Do we miss going out randomly and stumbling upon uncommon and hidden places? Heck, yeah!

Both of us have been very occupied with our copy-writing agency, Kata Imaji. Thus, hanging out on weekends became a real luxury for us. Gratefully, the fast lane that we have been living in for the past two months is slowing down in the past two weeks. DR & I found ourselves with more margin time that we can use to watch Gotham, read more books, and hang out with friends on weekend.

When we realized that we finally have more free time even only for just a few weeks, we immediately made a plan to do some photo opps. So we did, last Sunday. And, it was a total fail. The sun was blazing hot we had trouble keeping our eyes open. And, we kinda forgot how to pose. It took us numerous shots to find one good shot. After about an hour we gave up.

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Back to playing daredevils.

Three days later, these two stubborn heads tried to repeat the photo shoot with the help of our good friend, @jozzhtremonti (he helped us with our previous random photoshoot). Wearing the same outfit from last Sunday, we climbed a high building and tried to sit comfortably on the top. Unfortunately, it was cloudy and the wind was unbearable. Out of the many photos we took, we could only use one photo. Again, it was such an awkward session for us. I guess, that’s what happens when you stop doing what you used to do on a weekly basis. Somehow leaning to the wall and lifting one of your legs up became a real challenge. And so we gave up.

Two failed attempts. Apparently, as much as we wanted to have some new photos, we just had to wait.

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We didn’t have to wait for too long, because our next opportunity for a photo opp came in the nick of time. On the first day of attending Ideafest 2016, we were accidentally twinning in our earthy-toned chino pants, which also resembled in my t-shirt and socks.

As a matter of fact, I almost wore a black sweatshirt as well. Thank God I didn’t, because otherwise, people would see the cooler version of tweedle dee and tweedle dum roaming around JCC Senayan. Anyways, we quickly agreed to have some photo opps in between sessions.

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DR & I have been frequently consistent with our monochromatic wardrobes (and sometimes denim), but recently we just got a little bit bored with the idea of wearing only black and white. So we shifted our color choice to something that is more current nowadays.

Earthy tones are trending world wide right now. From high end brands like Burberry and Tom Ford to street style fashion house like Topman and Asos have been releasing their men’s wear in earthy tones. But, I guess Kanye played quite a huge role in this phenomenon with his Yeezy collection.

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Make sure you at least have one of these tones in your wardrobe.

Just like our personalities that are actually two different sides of a coin yet created quite a unique and high-valued union, so did our choice of clothes. DR was wearing a sweatshirt to anticipate the rainy season. While I was going comfortably with a plain t-shirt because Jakarta was still kinda hot. During the photoshoot, it was cloudy for one minute then suddenly the sun shined fiercely. So it was a fifty-fifty luck for both of us.

To complete our looks, we both went with white sneakers. Hi-top or low-top, white kicks are just never wrong. If you are on the low-top side like me, here’s a little tip to make your look a head-turner material: make sure to show some socks underneath your pants.

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But as much as we would like to inspire you, it would be great if you feel comfortable being in your own skin. Be original. Be authentic. Remember this: whatever it is that you wear (do or say), make sure that you live your life to express, not to impress.

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Write to you later,

HG. (@gersonhenry)

ps: We can’t wait to be back exploring and climbing tall buildings!

Singapore Day 3: Old Railway

Singapore is a very boring place to me. I mean it. I’ve been there quite a few times and I’ve never really had a blast.

Okay, the culinary experiences Singapore could offer are great, but there are not much other than that. On our 3rd day in Singapore, we ran out of places to visit other than restaurants or cafes. However, we were very keen to explore this old railway that is said to be one of the most “Instagrammable” spot in Singapore.

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They might not have the complete four seasons, or one of the 7 wonders of the world, but Singapore does have Instagram worthy spots to visit, such as 2 old railways near Rail Mall and King Albert Park. Both railways are reachable on foot after getting off from its nearest MRT station.

The rain poured so hard on that day. After getting off the MRT, HG and I took cover from the under a bridge nearby the railway. If you know me well, you would know how impatient I could be. After waiting for some time, I decided to explore the railway with an umbrella under the rain.

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After the rain had stopped, we took the chance to take more photos even though the skies were gloomy. The railways are rustic and old. It gave a totally different feel than Marina Bay. I guess everything modern had its roots in the past.

If you were wondering, the railways are totally safe for OOTD shots. It is no longer used and no harm could have ever happened.

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This spot ended our photo exploration in Singapore. HG and I decided to spend the next few days chilling and working on a small cafe while meeting with some friends. However, we got more food stories coming up!

If you wish to know places to go for an unconventional Singapore trip, read a few other posts right here.

Keep exploring,

DR. (@demasryan)

Be Dora the Explorer!

There is so much to explore when you put in the effort.

Whoever said “traveling is easy” is wrong, IMHO. Traveling requires you to work to save money, arrange your itinerary, prepare your passport, etc. To me, one of the toughest parts in traveling is the exploration itself. I hate similarities. That is why I try my best to gain new experience in each of my journeys. Otherwise, I would definitely be bored and uninspired.

With that thinking in my head, HG and I set out to explore Singapore in ways we would never had done before. I’ve been to Singapore a few times before and all I could remember was Merlion, Clark Quay, Sentosa Island and a few other touristy spots. As my love to photography and Instagram grew, HG and I decided to search for Singapore’s most “Instagram-able” spots.

Since everything is just a Google away, we quickly found our first exploration spot. Just a few hours after HG’s arrival in Singapore, we quickly checked in to our hostel, dropped our bags and headed to the Sports Hub.

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Once you put in the effort to explore, the next step is to open your eyes wide for things that are out of the ordinary. We found a lot of that nearby the Sports Hub area. Right at train station stop, we were already holding our cameras eager to explore the station.

It didn’t take long for us to finally reached Sports Hub and took more photos!

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HG was wearing a denim shirt and socks from Topman, plain white tee (read: his signature style) and shorts from H&M, and white BNV sneakers.

On the other hand, I wasn’t really prepared for any OOTD shots. Since I just finished 2 weeks of being a nomad in Australia, I was only prepared with a few t-shirts and winter jackets. After the cold and windy days in Melbourne and Sydney, my body temperature couldn’t take the humidity in Singapore. That was why I ditched my outers and decided to travel comfortably wearing all black. You can never go wrong with black anyways.

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I guess my point is, there is always something to explore even in the most touristy spots. Do your research. If you are a foodie, Google for something new. If you are a fashionista, explore new possibilities of shopping. Be “Dora the explorer” in whatever areas you’re interested in! Dora was never shy to ask questions over and over again, she never let swiper or crocodiles held her back. Let nothing holds you back from exploring.

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There is so much more reward in exploring the unknown!

PS: When I was a kid, I might have watched Dora just a little too much.

Keep exploring!

DR. (@demasryan)

Singapore Day 2: Such Great Heights

Yeap, the title was inspired by the Postal Service song.

We’re back from holidays! As you are reading this post, which I wrote in a small coffee shop in Singapore, DR & I are on our way flying back home to Jakarta. How was your holiday? Hopefully yours was as great as ours. Well, whatever your definition of great is.

If you asked me, this holiday has been pretty uncommon. I spent an entire week off from the Instagram world as I chose to have more quality time with my parents at home. That includes taking naps at my parents’ bed (yeap, I felt like a 7 year old boy all over again), laughing at Dad’s jokes and having my Mom taught me how to use a washing machine since we were maid-less. It was indeed a pretty simple holiday, yet definitely a heart-filling one. The perks of doing nothing and lazying around got me all refreshed and probably gained me some weights.

I thought that was the best part of my holiday, but then I realized that something better was actually waiting for me around the corner. As the holiday was ending for most people in Jakarta and some of my friends were flying back to Indonesia, I, on the contrary, had the privilege to fly to Singapore for another week of holiday.

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Honestly, I was a bit clueless on what to do within this 5 days trip. I mean, shopping used to be one of the top things that I look forward to do whenever I visited  Singapore. But, that is before Ikea, H&M, Uniqlo and some other brands can be found in Jakarta. Cafe-hopping or “hipsterish-kinda-place-hopping” was also scratched off of my list as I had tried almost every “happening” place that Google could recommend to you. From Pasarbella to Maxwell Food Center, from Wheels Yard to Plain Vanilla Bakery, from Books Actually to Littered with Books. Trust me, this is not a humble brag.

Gratefully, a friend of mine, a young rising architect in Jakarta, told me to go on an architectural trip in Singapore. He gave me a complete list (I can share it with you if you just leave your e-mail address at the comment box below) to all the architectural gems in Singapore. Once I checked out the itinerary and Googled the images, I was wow-ed. It never occurred to me that Singapore would be filled with some of the best buildings in the world. I always thought that their buildings are just nondescript and unassuming.

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DR & I didn’t get to visit all the buildings, but we managed to visit at least one of the best. It was The Pinnacle flats, which turned out to be the best flats in the world. If you’ve been reading our posts, you would know how much we love climbing to high places just to take good photos. The Pinnacle offered us just exactly what we love. By paying 5 SGD, we got to climb to the Sky Bridge, located at the 50th floor. I personally think that it is such a brilliant move by the building management to open the Sky Bridge as a touristy spot.

The best part of being up there, besides the fact that we got to see an uncommon view of Singapore, was that we had the whole wooden-decked sky bridge just for us. I cruised from one spot to another using my penny board. If you have limited budget to stay at the Marina Bay Sands and swim at the Infinity Pool, this one would be perfect for you. I have experienced both, and I personally think each place has its own perks, but if you’re looking for something that is more “wallet-friendly” then The Pinnacle it is.

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Once we were done with The Pinnacle, I was so hungry I decided to walk blithely to Maxwell Food Center and have the famous Gordon Ramsey-Approved, Tian Tian Chicken Rice. Sadly, it was closed when we got there. On our way to find the next good meal to satisfy our craving, we stumbled upon this one alley around the area that was just too good for a photo opp. Our backpacks were immediately put down on the pavement as we rushed to take some photos.

Well, don’t worry about finding this particular alley, because you could find PLENTY of them in Singapore. Go explore around Tiong Bahru and Ann Siang Hill on foot, and you’ll find some Instagram-worth ootd spots.

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Chinatown was the closest place that we could find to have a nice lunch. After a plate of chicken and pork rice, we continued our exploration by strolling around until we find ourselves at the People’s Park Complex. It was a complex of flats and market with interesting color that pops out a culturally-rich yet conservative vibe. The kind of vibe that you would normally spot on Hypebeast’s feed. No kidding.

There was a car-park building just behind the People’s Park Complex, and of course, our instinct automatically took us to the highest level. We were not sure whether we can go to its rooftop or not, but voila the door to the rooftop wasn’t locked. Luck was definitely on our side.

So there we were, having another empty and open wide rooftop just for us.

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A little traveling tips from me: pick your travel buddy wisely. I prefer to travel solo than to travel with the wrong companion. Gratefully, DR is not in the later category. We had some of the best talk about life, dreams and purpose out of this trip. Some of them involved a long conversation until 4 am in the morning.

More stories from this trip are still queuing on the line in our drafts, which we will share to you in the upcoming weeks. But in the meantime, as our holiday has officially ended, wish us luck so that we could come back stronger and sharper to deal with the reality that could sometimes be quite a punch in the face.

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So when weakness turns my ego up
I know you’ll count on the me from yesterday
If I turn into another
Dig me up from under what is covering
The better part of me (Incubus – Dig)

Write to you later,

HG. (@gersonhenry)