Our next trip is to Chiang Mai, Thailand, which is definitly more mountains then beaches. I'm excited. The clothes I'm bringing are my pretty normal routine. But there are two activities in which I am not quite sure what to wear. Though I think I have some ideas.
On the first day we are going Cycling around the scenery. But it's at the end of the day, with no time to change. So instead of completely decking myself out in spandex and a tanktop I went looking on Google. And found out that most girls wear skirts while cycling, call it good karma. Pair them with some cute leggings underneath, and your golden. While these can be any skirt, they do make some cute bike skirts you can wear, which are lovingly called a Skort. Team Estrogen has some rather ok looking ones. And my favorite happens to be the Terry Cargo Skort.
I could easily pair it with a cute vintage rolled-sleeved tee and some double-layered super long necklaces. Who says Sport can't be fashionable?
The second 'event' is the Songkran festival. Which is basically a huge water fight. It's held on the Thai New Year. And the biggest Songkran activities (aka waterfight) happen to take place in Chiang Mai, for a whole three days. It's pretty messy, since they not only throw water at you but powder as well. These are the times I thank the vintage gods for those 30cent t-shirts I found.
As totally cliche as it sounds. I'm decking myself out (with my friend Renee) in a complete camo outfit with bandanas and the two infamous blacklines on my cheeks. Because, afterall, I am still only 17. Might as well have some fun while it lasts. I can't find any pictures of what I want. But I could show you, with a little imagination.
So if you take this:
Wear a cute non matching bikini top/bottom with it:
and some rolled-down black converse with long beads:
Every girl is allowed to be sexy. But the converse make it fun.
I'll make sure to take pictures of the outfits I do end up wearing.
Since I finally found the batteries I need for my very crappy camera.
....There is a certain joy to being completely unfashionable.
Because afterall, isn't that what makes it so much fun?