Donut Worry

posted on: Saturday, July 25, 2015

My new favourite crop top from Thai fashion label Sugary Brand and the most comfortable skirt ever from POL Clothing.

Platform sneakers worn with a draped skirt.

Wearing: Sugary Brand donut crop top, POL Clothing Canyon skirt,* Unlabelled platform sneakers, Minskat Copenhagen Malou clutch*

Pink & grey outfit. Grey draped skirt by POL clothing & donut top buy Sugary Brand Thailand.
Durians growing in Bangkok.

POL clothing canyon skirt & grey striped platform sneakers.

Bananas growing in Bangkok suburbia.

How to wear platform sneakers with a skirt.

Donut print crop top & grey draped skirt.
Kawaii crop top from Terminal 21 in Bangkok & grey draped skirt from POL clothing.

Lily pads growing by the side of the road in Bangkok.


Thai fashion blogger, Bangkok street style. Pink & grey outfit with platform sneakers.

Frangipani tree growing outside a house in Bangkok.

Platform slip on sneakers from Chatuchak market.

Bangkok city skyline.

And this brings us to the final outfit post in Thailand.

Thanks to their customs system, I didn’t receive my clothes until later on during the month so it didn’t leave me much time to blog but I made sure to fit in this skirt from POL clothing and the donut crop from Sugary Brand which I found in Terminal21. Anything to do with food and I’m sold.

This skirt, like all others from POL Clothing, is one of my favourite pieces because you can adjust the ruching to your liking. Too bad it’s way too cold to be wearing it back here in Australia, but come spring, it’s going to be plastered onto me every single day.

Until last night, I hadn’t slept since Wednesday night in Bangkok (unless you count curling up in a plane’s economy seat for fifteen minutes) and I still feel so lazy.

By the end of the month I was getting so excited to come home and now that I’m here, I’m missing the heat and energy of Thailand. I always say that it will be the last time I go back I always find myself back there. It will always be my second home.

And visiting family is always a good excuse for massive shopping sprees and drinking on the beach, right?