On our third day in Seoul, we went to Gyeongbokgung Palace, one of the most popular tourist and shooting destinations in South Korea. When we planned our itinerary, we made sure to include at least one historic place to travel over. Having visited such historic places in other countries in Asia, we already had an idea that it will take us a day or half to explore one. More about it soon here on my blog!
That being said, we spent almost half of the day with long walks under the sun, and taking photos, of course. For my outfit, I have decided to wear something comfortable and easy to move with. Certainly, a pair of jeans and sneakers will do! The cool breeze on a sunny day is so perfect! How I wish that we get to enjoy the spring season in our country too. I wore this salmon cable knit sweater which is quite thick, just in case it gets really cold at night. It definitely added some radiance to my basic outfit. Meanwhile, I topped it off with this cropped denim jacket from Rosegal
which doesn’t seem short on me at all. Hihi! I got this in size small, yet I made sure to check the size chart first before placing this in my order. Anyway, you can already tell from my photos what it says on my jacket, “God save the Queen.” This print definitely made me easier to get recognized by my family in a foreign country. Lol, one of my cousins had been teasing me with ‘God save the Queen’ even up to now.
One thing I perfectly love about this jacket is that it fits me perfectly! ♥ I love how it’s length and sleeve length is just ideal for my body frame. For a short girl like me, one of the problems I have with my outerwear is that it tends to be too long and big for me. But with this one, I have no words. It’s my instant favorite now!
Cap from a merchandise store in Aspen
Daisy floral from House of Chokers
Sweater from Ralph Lauren
White jeans from a store in Bangkok
Bag from Zaful
Sneakers from Zaful
What do you think of this look? How would you style this Rosegal
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