Saturday, October 3, 2015

Event : Islamic Lifestyle Festival Expo Sg.Petani, Kedah pada 2 hingga 4 Oct 2015

Jom ke lot SP011 booth Butik Aludra @butikaludra !!

Event : Islamic Lifestyle Festival Expo Sg.Petani
Venue : Village Mall
Date : 2 - 4 October 2015
Time : 10.30am till 10pm

 TQ adik2 cayang, Fara @wanda8793 & Tiehah @fatihahdzulkifli
 yg byk bantu kak Ayu seharian di booth @butikaludra

Sibuk melayan customer di booth @butikaludra
Mai2 utk event ni shj kak Ayu buat PROMOSI SHAWL di booth hanya
 RM10-RM15 dari selling price RM29-RM35 tuuu !!
Rugi kalo x borong haaa dah la custommade design lagiii limited edition ok!

 ada penyanyi Siti Nordiana lagi!

 Fara sempat pose & dpt hadiah free monopod lagi on 2nd day of the event!

 sambil bekerja sambil possing & promote :*
Harini dengan esok ada jualan murah gila2 di VillageMall. Macam2 ada di Butikaludra. Baju cantik2, Tudung lawa2. Seluar palazo, Skirt semua ada. jom pakat2 serbu booth kami. Loveyou guys��. Harga kasih sayang kami bagi. 

Booth Aludra dekat dgn tangga & fitness centre tu


Saturday, September 19, 2015


Oval Shawl @ RM29
Material : Heavy chiffon
Color : Royal Blue

Weekend stripes with Nur Fatihah Dzulkifli

Material : Mercerized Cotton
Size : Freesize (can fit till XL) 
Measurement : Length : 130cm Bust : 84cm ~ 94cm Waist : 98cm ~ 112cm 
Price : RM55 (exc.pos)

Thursday, September 17, 2015

Something contemporary but with a subtle traditional ..

Something contemporary but with a subtle traditional touch
yet modest

Sepasang @ RM89 only!!
Color : Beige


Rayna Loose top
Material : Chiffon
Measurement : 
Size 38 fit S~M - Bahu 17', Dada 36-40', Labuh 38'
Size 44 fit L~XL - Bahu 18', Dada 40-44', Labuh 38'

Pleated Batik Sarung
Price : RM59
Color : Brown
Freesize (can fit till L, 42)

 Halfmoon Shawl printed Paisley
Material : Chiffon
Color : Cream
Promo Price RM18 only!!
*custom made


Wednesday, September 16, 2015

After the rain ... Ayda peplum long dress

Rain should never get in the way of style, and a little water never hurt anyone.
Dayang Chynta Daniella in flattering silhouettes cut and soft fabrics for easy movement.
Elegance color of brown and emerald green and also a mix style; peplum & puff sleeve.

Freesize (suitable for S till L, can fit till size 42)
Material : Lycra Spandex
Color : Brown
+ Emerald Green

Price RM69 only!!

close up details


Oval Shawl
Black + Paisley printed in green
Material : Chiffon
Price : RM29
*custom made


Photos by AY U Aludra
Model Dayang Chynta Daniella 


Beats the haze in style .. Wardah Long Dress

Dayang Chynta Daniella beats the haze in style with the lovely long dress in color block.
A cotton printed wide shawl adds a dash of colorfull to an otherwise color block outfit.


 close up details



Photos by AY U Aludra
Model Dayang Chynta Daniella

Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Koleksi Tudung NU'UR SYAMEN di ALUDRA !!

Awning Corduroy
Body plain Lycra + Chiffon Printed
Size M 
Promotion Price : RM75 incl.pos

Code : Hijau Lumut + Floral

 Code : Grey + Baby pink + Floral 

Code : Brown + Beige + Floral

Code : Pink + Floral

Code : Blue + Floral


Awning Cotton Denim (awning lembut/lembik)
Body plain Lycra + Chiffon Printed
Size M 
Promotion Price : RM75 incl.pos

Code : Beige + Orange + Paisley printed

 Code : Beige + Orange + Safari printed

 *** Special appearance model Dayang Chynta Daniella 
Photos by AY U Aludra

Sunday, September 13, 2015

Vintage lost in Kyoto .. Floral Kimono Robe Outwear / Kimono Cardi

Theme : Vintage Lost in Kyoto
Hijab & Wardrobe by Butik Aludra
 Photoshoot inspired by the Japanese Bamboo. 
The Japanese Bamboo is originally from the Forest of Kyoto in Japan.

Pink fuschia  floral kimono robe outwear or Kimono Cardi printed floral.

Mix of traditional Japanese with modern style.

 Special appearance TV1 news anchor at 6.30pm, Nurul Husna 
   MUA & photos by me! AY U Aludra
TQ Nur for trusting me as your makeup artist for this shoot  ^__^

Black Oval Shawl @ RM20
* PROMO @ RM30 (Free postage!!)
Retail : RM39
Freesize (can fit from S till XL, size 44-46)
Material : Chiffon
Code : Dandelion
Color : Pink

Transform Kimono Cardi to Bussaina!!
Mix & Match Kimono Cardi with Ariel Skirt
 **** Combo set Kimono cardi + Ariel skirt @ RM65 only!! FREE POS

 LEYA Cotton Wide Shawl with Lace @ RM25
(promotion price exclude postage)
Color : Blue

#4. Bamboo Path, Japan
This tunnel in Sagano Bamboo Forest in Arashiyama takes me away. It’s a nationally designated historic site and The Agency for Cultural Affairs has declared Arashiyama a “Place of Scenic Beauty.” The forest is close to famous temples and shrines. One of the most preserved sounds in Japan is the sound of the wind as it blows through the gigantic bamboo trees.

Be like the bamboo

The forests that surround our village here in Nara, Japan are filled with beautiful bamboo.
The symbolism of the bamboo plant runs deep and offers practical lessons for life and for work.
 Garr Reynolds' blog on issues related to professional presentation design

(1) Remember: What looks weak is strong
The body of  even the largest type of  bamboo is not large compared to the other much larger trees in the forest. But the plants endure cold winters and extremely hot summers and are some times the only trees left standing in the aftermath of a storm. Remember the words of a great Jedi Master: "Size matters not. Look at me. Judge me by my size do you?" We must be careful not to underestimate others or ourselves based only on old notions of what is weak and what is strong. You do not have to be big and imposing to be strong. You may not be from the biggest company or the product of the most famous school, but like the bamboo, stand tall, believe in your own strengths, and know that you are as strong as you need to be. Remember too that there is strength in the light, in openness and transparency. There is strength in kindness, compassion, and cooperation.

(2) Bend but don't break.
One of the most impressive things about the bamboo is how it sways with the breeze. This gentle swaying movement is a symbol of humility. The foundation of the bamboo is solid, yet it moves and sways harmoniously with the wind, never fighting against it. In time, even the strongest wind tires itself out, but the bamboo remains standing tall and still. A bend-but-don't-break or go-with-the-natural-flow attitude is one of the secrets for success whether we're talking about bamboo trees, answering tough questions in a Q&A session, or just dealing with the everyday vagaries of life.

(3) Be deeply rooted yet flexible
The bamboo is remarkable for its incredible flexibility. This flexibility is made possible in part due to the bamboo's complex root structure which is said to make the ground around a bamboo forest very stable. Roots are important, yet in an increasingly mobile world many individuals and families do not take the time or effort to establish roots in their own communities. The challenge, then, for many of us is to remain the mobile, flexible, international travelers and busy professionals that we are while at the same time making the effort and taking the time to become involved and deeply rooted in the local community right outside our door.

(4) Slow down your busy mind
We have far more information available than ever before and most of us live at a very fast pace. Even if most of our work life is on-line, life itself can seem quite hectic, and at times chaotic. Often it is difficult to see the signal through all the noise. In this kind of environment, it seems all the more important to take the time to slow down, to calm your busy mind so that you may see things more clearly.

(5) Be always ready
As the great Aikido master Kensho Furuya says in Kodo: Ancient Ways, "The warrior, like bamboo, is ever ready for action." In presentation or other professional activities too, through training and practice we can develop in our own way a state of being ever ready. Through study and practice we can at least do our best to be ready for any situation.

(6) Find wisdom in emptiness
It is said that in order to learn, the first step is to empty ourselves of our preconceived notions. One can not fill a cup which is already full. The hollow insides of the bamboo reminds us that we are often too full of ourselves and our own conclusions; we have no space for anything else. In order to receive knowledge and wisdom from both nature and people, we have to be open to that which is new and different. When you empty your mind of your prejudices and pride and fear, you become open to the possibilities.

(7) Commit yourself to growth & renewal
Bamboo are among the fastest-growing plants in the world. It does not matter who you are — or where you are — today, you have amazing potential for growth. We usually speak of Kaizen or continuous improvement that is more steady and incremental, where big leaps and bounds are not necessary. Yet even with a commitment to continuous learning and improvement, our growth — like the growth of the bamboo — can be quite remarkable when we look back at what or where we used to be. You may at times become discouraged and feel that you are not improving at all. Do not be discouraged by what you perceive as your lack of growth or improvement. If you have not given up, then you are growing, you just may not see it until much later. How fast or how slow is not our main concern, only that we're moving forward.

(8) Express usefulness through simplicity
Aikido master Kensho Furuya says that "The bamboo in its simplicity expresses its usefulness. Man should do the same." Indeed, we spend a lot of our time trying to show how smart we are, perhaps to convince others — and ourselves — that we are worthy of their attention and praise. Often we complicate the simple to impress and we fail to simplify the complex out of fear that others may know what we know. Life and work are complicated enough without our interjecting the superfluous. If we could lose our fear, perhaps we could be more creative and find simpler solutions to even complex problems that ultimately provide the greatest usefulness for our audiences, customers, patients, or students.

(9) Unleash your power to spring back
Bamboo is a symbol of good luck and one of the symbols of the New Year celebrations in Japan. The important image of snow-covered bamboo represents the ability to spring back after experiencing adversity. In winter the heavy snow bends the bamboo back and back until one day the snow becomes too heavy, begins to fall, and the bamboo snaps back up tall again, brushing aside all the snow. The bamboo endured the heavy burden of the snow, but in the end it had to power to spring back as if to say "I will not be defeated."

(10) Smile, laugh, play
The Kanji (Chinese character) for smile or laugh is 笑う. At the top of this character are two small symbols for bamboo (竹 or take). It is said that bamboo has a strong association with laughter, perhaps because of the sound that the bamboo leaves make on a windy day. If you use your imagination I guess it does sound a bit like the forest laughing; it is a soothing sound. Bamboo itself also has a connection with playfulness as it has been used for generations in traditional Japanese kite making and in arts and crafts such as traditional doll making. We have known intuitively for generations of the importance of smiling, laughing, and playing, now modern science shows evidence that these elements play a real and important role in one's mental and physical health as well.

These are just ten lessons from the bamboo; one could easily come up with dozens more. These are not things that we do not all ready know, of course. Yet like many a good sensei, the bamboo simply reminds us of what we already know but may have forgotten. Then it is up to us to put these lessons (or reminders) of resilience into daily use through persistence and practice. You do not need to be perfect. You need only to be resilient. This is the greatest lesson from the bamboo.
Fascinating Facts about Bamboo

Helps Reverse Global Warming: Incredible and true, bamboo produces the MOST OXYGEN of all the plants! And it CONSUMES MORE CARBON DIOXIDE than any other plant!
Sustainably Harvested & Annually Renewable: Mature bamboos produce new shoots and canes each year, which can be harvested individually without destroying the plant.
Fastest Growing Plant on the Planet: New shoots of some tropical species have been clocked growing up to 4 FEET PER DAY in their shooting season!
Environmental Cleanup: Bamboo plants are very effective at removing metals and other toxic substances from soils and water.
Diverse: There are over 1500 SPECIES of bamboo in the world.
Stronger Than Steel: Bamboo has a TENSILE STRENGTH of 28,000 per square inch, vs. 23,000 for steel.
Provides Safe Housing: Over 1 billion people in the world live in BAMBOO HOUSES. Bamboo buildings have proven to be exceedingly earthquake proof.
Nutrition for Humans and Animals: BAMBOO SHOOTS have been eaten throughout Asia for centuries, and branches and leaves make good fodder for animals. It contains Germanium, which reverses the aging process in cells.
Ancient Healing: Various parts of many bamboo species have been used in CHINESE AND AYURVEDIC MEDICINE for centuries.
Did You Know? Thomas Edison used bamboo filaments in his first LIGHT BULBS, and one of those bulbs is STILL burning today at the Smithsonian in Washington, DC!
Hardy: Bamboo was the first PLANT LIFE to return after the atomic bombings in Japan. Also, some bamboos are cold hardy to -20 degrees F.