Whilst I'm typing this whole post I got an inspiration title from Cheryl Cole 'Ghetto baby' song. Fortunately I took this shoots around Old Spitalfield market on Liverpool street whereas this place has been famously known the gate of ghetto world (or probably it just me) but it does seem liked it! It's an amazing place where you get a chance to dressed up as crazy as you like without anyone starring oddly. You might notice a few couple of 'punk' wandering around the street and some of them are street styler too. A few minutes walk from Liverpool street station and you could see the famous concert or gig place Shoreditch street, I won't take any risk since rumour said that evening time is even dodgier compare to night time. Obviously because Shoreditch street never sleep, they had a few called it disco, bar or pub along the streets so it's a bit more 'safe' although you can't really walk peacefully without drunk people disturbance.
Anyhow, I managed to get an edgy bomber jacket from men's store located in Bricklane alleyway. London amuse me sometimes, you could get all the student discount you want with just a single valid student card. That's one of the perks for being a UK student I guess or else I'll be broke even before I graduated. Speaking of the market though Spitalfield sells on pretty much everything but nothing seems to interest me and my wallet. To be honest, this vintage market prices are ridiculously high if you compare to both Camden or Portobello (or maybe it's just me). If you fancy some ghetto night, Shoreditch and Bricklane are most definitely your place to hang around.
I've heard a lot about H&M grand opening in Jakarta, gooly canoly! how many people actually attend it! the luxurious high street brand store turns into sea of people in a jiff. Well, do enjoy it lads I'm not an H&M fan since they rarely introduce my preferences of clothing (I do still shop in H&M sometimes tho). Speaking of H&M i've found this silky stretch almost look like neoprene material shirt with King cobra on it, currently mad with this type of material.
Ok, I try to look ghetto but turns out to be a little bit gothic. Either way, leather and army print always do making a catchy combination.
(H&M cobra top, Mark & Spencer high neck, Art Disco army outerwear, River Island faux leather skirt, & other stories wrap leather gloves, Underground creeper, Alexander wang bag, Topshop freedom necklace)
Special thanks to Fimelagirl.com for the lovely article! and also thank you Tasya Simatupang for noticing me in the first place! click here for the full article! Oh, sorry peeps it's in Indonesian language, but you could always turn on you google translate don't ya?