Sharing my Seoul fashion diary on the blog today!
Jumpsuit: Anthropologie (old, similar) | Scarf: Haute Hijab | Sandals: M. Gemi | Sunnies: Talbots (old, similar)
Top: SheIn c/o | Skirt: Banana Republic (old, similar) | Scarf: Haute Hijab | Sandals: M. Gemi | Tote: Cuyana
Top: Banana Republic | Linen Pants: J. Crew | Sandals: M. Gemi | Scarf: Haute Hijab | Tote: Cuyana
Jumpsuit: Ralph Lauren (last seen here, similar) | Blazer: Nordstrom (old) | Sandals: M. Gemi | Scarf: Haute Hijab | Bag: Urban Expressions c/o
Top: Madewell | Denim: Banana Republic | Scarf: Haute Hijab
Skirt: Chicwish | Top: Uniqlo | Sandals: M. Gemi | Tote: Cuyana | Scarf: Haute Hijab | Sunnies: Ray-Ban
Denim: Banana Republic | Linen Top: J. Crew (old, similar) | Sandals: Melissa | Scarf: Haute Hijab | Sunnies: Ray-Ban
During my trip to Seoul the weather was hot! The mornings started out cool and in the 70s however by 11am it was in the mid-80s. I packed a lot of linen and light fabrics for the trip. I packed my favorite Cuyana Tote which allowed me to carry all my essentials. I have the organizer insert which is a life saver since everything has it’s own place! Additionally I packed light on shoes and only brought my Sezane Jack Sneakers for the airport, M. Gemi Sandals, and Melissa slides. All three of these shoes were great and super comfortable with the tremendous amount of walking we did!
As far as fashion in Seoul goes, people are very sharply dressed!! I rarely saw anyone in sweats in the streets. Everyone – from young to older – dressed very put together. I was very impressed by Seoul fashion. I would have loved to do some shopping while I was there but sadly I had no space because I bought way too many Korean Sheet Masks!
Be sure to check out my Seoul Itinerary Guide and Food Guide!
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