This blog post was originally shared April of 2014:
I’m sure I sound like a broken record by now, but the weather here in Thailand is just SOOO HOT and sticky! For some reason Sukhothai heat feels a lot more stagnant to me than it did in Bangkok and Krabi. I literally walk outside and start sweating (more like melting). It’s such a shame that it dampened my time here, because the historic site Wat Phra Sri Rattana Mahathat temple I visited in this post was amazing and gave me an inside peak at normal life of a Buddhist being ordained and a glimpse into Songkran (Thailand New Year, in which water is thrown upon others to wash away all the bad and is a time for renewal). These images hardly give the location justice, but I tried my best to capture the essence of each location though one must visit if they really want to understand the beauty behind Thailand’s formal first capital.
As for my outfit, when I’m sweating buckets I figured might as well wear as little possible, right? Second best to being shirtless is a slim cut tank-top that allows a lot of room for breathing and light shorts that’ll also allow your legs to breathe. Because to be honest, there is no way to win against the heat. I learned to just cope with drenching my outfit in sweat and try my best looking good while doing it.
Shop my outfit:
Hat: Vans/ Tank: Armani Exchange/ Shorts: American Eagle/ Shoes: Converse/ Watch: 1 Face/ Bracelet: Lulu Frost/ Sunglasses: Kenneth Cole
I’m back to the states right now as this post goes live for a quick 35 hours of commuting from Bangkok to Palm Springs for Coachella (woo hooo, fun in the desert!). Though, I still have one more outfit post from my stay in Sukhothai, Thailand and a full recap of from my highlights at each location starting next week. Prepare to fall in love with Thailand just as I did!