February 19, 2015

Fashion Diary: Oriental Lines

Happy Chinese New Year to all my Muslim or non-Muslim Chinese friends, near and far! Today's outfit pretty much describes my mood for the holidays since it plays around rosy tones and oriental windowpane lines throughout my skirt. With a loud skirt like this, I decided to tone things down by matching my top and scarf with the base colour of the skirt.

And the batwing top simply reminds me of the Japanese kimono cut. Talk about going oriental, huh? :D

Scarf: Tudung People
Under Shirt: Mango
Grid Floral Skirt: Poplook
Purse: Salvatore Ferragamo

Lots of THANK YOUSSSS to everyone who has sent me warm and well wishes after I told you guys I was involved in a car accident yesterday. I am not physically hurt, but it was definitely a mental torture. I couldn't sleep well last night, and woke too early cause the flashbacks of the incident came back continuously disturbing my mind all the way. One thing for sure I was relieved was that I was alone in the car. Worse case scenario, if anything bad would've happened, at least I won't hurt anyone.

But the thing I felt totally sad about the entire thing was: Nobody stopped to offer me any help.

Refer my post on instagram about my accident yesterday:

[18th February 2015, 9.15pm] Guys. I just had a car accident. I have reached home now but I'm still shaking from the experience huu. It was a slippery 3-lane road as it was raining while it happened. I was in the middle lane, with two other cars beside me on their lanes each. At a very tight curve on the freeway, my steering wheel suddenly lost its control and swerved my entire car to the right AND then 180 degrees back to the left, leaving my car to face the oncoming traffic in the opposite direction just like in the movies. Huuuuu. I crashed onto the car on my left. But with Allah's mercy, I didn't hit my head or anything, and eventhough there were many oncoming cars and there were no emergency lanes, they weren't going so fast. So that spared my life. Visions of my life literally flashed before my very eyes cause I knew things weren't gonna end well cause the road itself is a flyover. Had I knocked the border after the swerve with massive force, my car could've crashed and fell way off the border and onto the other road below. I really don't know how to picture it into words.😔 Allah didn't take away my life today when He actually could. So, hmm, I don't know. I'm terrified.
A photo posted by Shea Rasol (@shearasol) on

Now now, let's put this all behind us, and chin up for every decree sent towards you is the greatest plan by Allah that we should never ever question and instead, reflected upon. Happy CNY again everyone!

Talk soon. xx
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chinta hirose said...

Hi!cheer up yea..me too used to be traumatized.. Just let it left behind..��

anys nadhilah said...

I feel terrified too when I'm reading your caption. It was way insane for a girl to experience this. But i just confused, your car fell to the lane below? And you manage to get out from it?
But that's ok shea.. Allah is testing (and it's to our limit) Allah won't test us if we cannot handle it.. Hati2 drive pasni waktu hujan

syira yaya said...

so nice:)
by the way,sorry for hear that..may Allah bless you :)

nur 'atikah jamsuri said...

Wow!!! Die punyer skirt....!!!!😍