Today I have an outfit from the depths of Cambodia. A number of Cambodian temples do not allow bare legs or arms. That usually translates into rented sarongs awkwardly wrapped around legs *cue duck steps*. But it needn’t be so! That’s where airy cotton trousers and loose tops come to the rescue.
I wore this gorgeous pair of pyjama pants from Zara with a slouchy black top on the day we explored the lesser known monuments around the Angkor Wat Archaeological Complex. These trousers call for a bodycon top but the thought of wearing a form fitting top at 30°C is enough to break me into a sweat 😉 Comfort over all else, who is with me?
Of course the highlight of this look is this stunning necklace, which did not leave my side in Asia (the proof of which you will see in coming weeks). It’s designed by a fellow bohemian soul, Annah, from reclaimed tribal bracelets. It’s so easy to throw on – the danger is that you might never want to take it off. Annah’s brand had me at its name. Boho Gypsy is a treasure trove of the kind of accessories I love – quirky, individualistic, and amazing. She too is a traveller at heart, so her jewellery comes wrapped in boxes that are sure to inspire wanderlust 🙂 Double whammy!
Trousers – Zara
Top – Zara
Bracelets – Miscellaneous (Check out this outfit post from Spain for details)
Necklace – c/0 Boho Gypsy
Sandals – Flea Market in Morocco
Sunglasses – ASOS
Bag – Boohoo
Take a peek at the shenanigans of the day 🙂