#whatIwore in Bangkok 2018

by - 09 March

It's been over two months since my trip to Bangkok and even though it's been awhile, I'm excited to share a little bit about the outfits I wore on my first visit here! Hope you guys are able pick out some fashion inspo for the spring/ summer months ahead. :)

We visited Wat Arun on this day and I didn't realise there were restrictions on women's clothing which was why I ended up being wrapped up like this. All the girls had to have their shoulders and legs covered so I rented this beautiful traditional Thai piece. It was surprisingly breathable even though it covered every inch of my legs.

Here's a tip: Remember to wear something that covers your shoulders and legs if you're planning to check out any of the temples!

I would definitely recommend anyone who's visiting Bangkok for the first time to make a pit stop here — I still remember how blown away I was at the intricate architecture and magnificence of the temple.

This romper was what I had on underneath, which didn't make the cut as a temple-appropriate outfit. I got it at Talad Neon on our first day in Bangkok, and I love it so much! I styled the romper with my go-to chunky sneakers from Rubi/ Cotton On and a round rattan bag (which makes the outfit that much cuter imo). The hair scrunchy is from K-mart! If you guys read my K-mart Haul, you'd probably recognise it. ;)

We stopped by The Commons for lunch and had such a good meal at Roast. The Commons is pretty much a building full of cafes/ shops selling unique, handcrafted items and is for sure one of the places I would like to revisit the next time I'm in Thailand.

This was another summery outfit that I brought on the trip — a baby blue gingham dress that I actually traded for on Carousell, paired with a straw hat that screams vacation! to me. I had on a small white backpack as well as my chunky sneakers, which completed the look.

We did tons of shopping around the Pratunam Area on this day and went home with a good amount of stuff. 

We were only in town for a couple of days and this was the last outfit I had on — this top may look familiar to some of you — it was featured in my #whatIwore in Hong Kong post too! 

To go with the white top, I had on these olive green paper bag shorts from Cotton On. 

Completing my final look of the trip, I decided to style it with the same round rattan bag and my trusty chunky kicks. 


Let me know in the comments which was your favourite outfit! Bangkok was surprisingly fun (I didn't know what to expect since it was my first time there) and it would definitely be fun to go on a short trip there for the cafes and shopping.

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