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What's in my bag so far

1. 9 short sleeved shirts
2. 3 blouses
3. 3 long-sleeved shirts
4. 2 tops paras lutut
5. 1 track bottom
6. 6 shawls (3 orange, 1 red, 1 blue, 1 green)
7. 4 tudung biasa (white, blue, pink, yellow)
8. 2 tudung sauk, that which you people call nun tudung
9. 1 kain batik
10. 1 jubah
11. 1 baju kurung
12. 1 khaki pants
13. 1 grey slacks, they were previously my golf pants
14. 2 jeans (1 of it still in use, belum masukkan)
15. 1 lab coat (jimat, takyah beli sana)
16. 1 set of linens
17. 3 pairs of ankle-length socks, perhaps will add more

belum pack:

1. benda-benda kecil
2. my brooches
3. my set of black tights
4. my sneakers
5. my selipar
6. toiletries and the little bit of stationery
7. sweaters (my blue hoodie and black cardigan, and deciding which of mama's to bring) and mak adik's winter clothing
8. papa's adapter
9. one more of my pants that I love to wear but nipis one. for duduk rumah purposes.
10. 2 black tudungs
11. Quran, al-mathurat, praying mat, telekung

apa lagi ye?? cukup ke tidak, hmm..

*note: no food and I might kurangkan my shawls. that's tad bit banyak. not so much aku nak bergaya. -.-"


fikah mus said…
what about pyjamas??

oh dear, im so gonna miss u!!
Nana said…
nah, dun wear 'em. gonna miss you too
Anonymous said…
Under garments? hehe -khalida

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