Freshen Up

December 8, 2009 at 9:53 am 2 comments

Since I can already fit back into some of my old kebayas which I haven’t given away, I decided to get a set of dokoh to freshen up the look. It’s always great to go for a look that’s classic than the modern and too fashionable because classic, as we all know, will never go out of style.

Pic is taken from my phone, which explains the quality.


The place I bought it from has a range of classic accessories which I absolutely love. In fact, when I tried them on, I only had on a simple grey coloured t-shirt, and it dresses them up immediately! The best thing about dokohs from Paulini is that all parts can be disassembled to be worn on its own.

You can check out the range at Paulini Heritage Craft.


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  • 1. ideserveabreak  |  December 8, 2009 at 4:34 pm

    lucky you that you can fit into your old kebayas!

    i fell in love with the dokoh too when i wore it for the first time for the traditional theme at my wedding 🙂

    hmmm..must check out this paulini place when i come home for the holidays. its nice to spruce up the wardrobe with accessories!

  • 2. noordinarymomster  |  December 8, 2009 at 4:48 pm

    I am thinking of getting the chunky anklet next! 😉

    Must check them out when you come home, though they did mention some of their collections will be in Harrods!


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