I have a last outfit post to share while I was in Shanghai. There’s nothing really fancy with what I’m wearing here. I wanted to be in the most comfortable clothes while I go around the city, but that doesn’t mean sacrificing style. Naturally, you would take pictures when you’re visiting a place outside home. You should therefore try to look good all the time. LOL! πŸ˜€ It’s just so hard sometimes when you’re abroad and your outfit choices are so limited, especially when you travel light (like I always do). So as a tip, plan your everyday outfit ahead. Check the weather of the place/s you’re going for the entire duration of your stay to make sure you’re bringing the right set of clothes. You wouldn’t want to freeze just because you only have shorts and tees with you. On the other hand, you wouldn’t wanna sweat to death because you only brought your thermals and coats. You get what I mean??? πŸ™‚ Anyway, since Shanghai was incredibly hot during my stay, I only packed some shorts and loose blouses. This is what I was wearing on my shopping day…


On my way to H&M, I passed by People’s Square. I can barely remember this in my last trip! LOL!


I opted to wear this loose top in order to allow air circulation. Haha! πŸ™‚ The fabric of this top is perfect for the hot weather too. I rolled up the sleeves to make it look more rugged/ casual and fastened a belt around my waist to give me some shape. πŸ™‚


I just love how this blouse can be styled in different ways. I can let it fall on one side or simply stay at the edge of my shoulders. This is why I’m always in search of loose blouses, whether it’s plain or printed. It’s so fun to style them. Just make sure to choose a nice fabric with a loose neckline.


And of course, I had to wear flats since I already anticipated that it would be a loooong day for me. πŸ˜€


On Lush Angel: purple blouse and braided sandals from Bangkok; Pill tattered denim shorts; vintage belt from my mommy dearest; crocodile skin purse from Korea