DRESSCODE: TEMPLE APPROPRIATE

Dresscode temple appropriate

I haven’t shot a lot of outfits in Indonesia. This is the second one that we shot at a very majestic location, the ancient Borobudur temple (the largest Buddhist temple of the world).

Don’t mind my sleepy face, because we had to get up at 2 am to see the sunrise from this temple. I think we shot this around 5 am. I don’t want to spoil too much, as the travel article will be online soon, but I can tell you that it was pretty amazing to witness all that. It was definitely worth the early wake up call!!

Visiting temples often requires a certain respect of not showing too much cleavage, wear a bra and over-knee skirts or pants. Sometimes it’s even rude to wear sleeveless tops to these places, but I couldn’t find any restrictions on Google for this place.
I had these unworn pants from the Zara summer sale that were perfect for this occasion. Flowy and decent. It’s a great combi with the chic top from Loavies.

Furthermore, I received this Mi Pack backpack from Marington.nl. I normally don’t use backpacks, but I couldn’t live without it during this trip. The backpack is fluffy already, nevertheless I added even more fluffiness to it with the H&M pom poms.

Dresscode temple appropriat

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Borobudur temple indonesia

Dresscode temple appropriate

Mi-Pac Rugzak Metallic Black Pony

Dresscode temple appropriate

Dresscode temple appropriate

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top: Loavies*
pants: Zara
bag: Mi Pac*
shoes: Pro 0031*
pom poms: H&M