Jeans Satchel Sling Bag - Topshop
White Shirt - H&M
Black Studded Shorts - DIY
Shoes - Supra Vaider Tiffany Snake Skin
Blue Bow - Random shop in Busan, S. Korea
The photos above are taken right before my class and was taken by my very good friend, Nia Nugroho. You can check her instagram, @nia_nugroho.
Oh yeah, in case you're curious (I think no one will, but oh well!), my instagram is @gitaandreina.
By the way, have you guys watched Glee's tribute to Cory Monteith a.k.a. Finn Hudson? Well, I know that Glee kinda sucks these days but since I've been a fan from the start, I just can't stop.
I was so bumped when I found out Cory's death. I was so shocked I couldn't even cry. But right after I heard Glee's version of Keep Holding On, I couldn't hold my tears. I know for some people I looked ridiculous, caring so much about someone who doesn't even know me but still, you can say that I was growing up with Glee. (Their graduation was even on the same year as mine, LOL)
So yeah, I was bawling like a baby. The whole episode was so touching, so sad and you can't deny how strong they are to even able to shot this episode. I think those are not even acts, the casts' emotions are too raw to be just mere acting.
And I also like how they dealt with the proper goodbye first rather than weighting the whole reality-turned-PSA about drugs on one episode by not telling about the reason of Finn's death now. I know that they'll somehow they'll talk about it but for now, letting the characters grieve first is the best idea.
I never cry this much for a movie, let alone a single episode. I think this shows how much Cory Monteith or Finn Hudson has taken part in Glee fans' life.
For the thousandth times, RIP Cory Monteith. RIP Finn Hudson. You'll be really really missed.