Once in a while you should give yourself a little treat. Get lost somewhere, dress all fancy and surprise yourself. Well, atleast for me that’s how life is. Making it beautiful every moment.
As you might be already knowing that style is a quitessential component of my life. So, on a recent trip to Taiwan with Taiwan Toursim Bureau I styled and created some fun loving yet innovative looks that goes well with my personal style. Sharing a few looks from Taiwan below.
If your arrival in Taiwan, is supposedly the same time I did then it’s the best time of the year. August/September is definitely the hotter months of the year but still the best time to live the Taiwanese lifestyle, so be prepared to welcome all the tropical humid air and casual style. I am an avid believer to dress weather appropriate, as that is a must while travelling in style.
I packed 3 bags and tons of cool outfits on my journey. Obviously you carry all the essential grooming stuff that you need and stay hydrated while travelling around Taiwan.
At a first glance, Taiwan and particularly Taipei city, is everyone’s and most definitely a blogger’s dream destination. With abundance of historical spots, ancient temples, quirkly alleys to the most modern structures around Taipei 101, every spot is authentically ready to be photographed.
For the hot summer days and cool breezy nights, denim shorts and slippers are a must have in your suitcase. Try carrying comfortable clothes that compliment your personal style and something you will love wearing everyday. Whatever you pick – it’s easy to complete an outfit if you love what you are wearing.
When travelling around Asia, one staple style accessory is a really cool hat or hats. I got a few with me on my trip around Taiwan and as you see they were totally easy to style.
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Sponsored Travel credits:
Thank you Taiwan Tourism Bureau North America for organizing this amazing trip for me.
Travel Partner: Local MRT & Taipei Buses and Taxi all sponsored by Taiwan Tourism
Outfits all belong to Jonathan from Waiching’s Wall
The images belong to WaichingsWall.com