Many people while on holidays prefer to wear something comfy and that's understandable. But why do clothes necessarily need to be plain and boring as well? Why not combine comfort and prettiness? All my outfits that I wore in Vietnam were very comfy to wear and at the same time they quite stood out in the crowd of short-tshirts wearers. You have seen this pants/skirt thing (that the producer calls "gypsy palazzo pants") before on my blog, that time I paired it with a purple top but it looks no less impressive with a yellow one too.
Gypsy palazzo pants - Global Desi, top - Giordano, shoes - Delamode, wooden necklace - local market in Kathmandu
For wandering around the Ancient Town of Hoi An I wore this floral print maxi dress. It is rather open at the top and I felt it would be inappropriate to visit local temples like this, so I added a crochet shrug in contrasting orange colour.
Dress - local market in London, shrug - Per Una, gladiators - Refresh, green onyx pendant - from Nepal
This colourful tropical print dress I wore much around the beach
Tropical print dress - Patch, shoes - Everbest
Another maxi that I took with me was this dress embellished with sparkling sequins under the breast line. As it turned out I don't have photos of me wearing it except this one but that it is maxi one can't see here, so you just have to trust me, haha
Floral print maxi dress - Debenhams, green onyx pendant and bangles - from Nepal
This white-and-yellow stripy dress looks rather modest comparing with shown above outfits. I wore it with strapless wedges in contrasting blue
Stripy dress - Bossini, shoes - Everbest
Baroque print pants - Biba (India), t-shirt - Bossini, shoes - Delamode
One more post and I will be done with Vietnam :)
Have a nice day!
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