I might look happy as a clam, but I am sad that our extensive trip to Indonesia is coming to its end. Time to go home yo! Of course, this will not be the end of posting summer outfits, heck summer just started! Wearing summer whites are my favorite summer staples. Here I am, mixing different patterns of crochet to make it look more interesting. What I love about summer whites is that they look great, fresh and clean on every skin color and also makes you look more tanned..
The last several days in Bali we spend at Sanur beach. This area is little more laid back than the touristy areas like Kuta and Legian. I loved it here. the beaches are beautiful and clean, there are lots of cute shops and whereas in Kuta the shop owners can get a little pushy with selling their goods, in Sanur it was quite the contrary. I loved strolling around the shopping areas and the restaurants are all great. The plus side is that Sanur Beach is located quite central, so it’s really easy to travel anywhere in Bali from here.
There is a large community of expats living here also, and they are mainly European, especially Dutch. Emiel and I have been exploring the island looking for home property, because here is the big news!! We are planning to move to Bali within a year. We are extremely excited to take on this new adventure and already having so much fun with the preparations!
I love mixing summer whites with denim. Just before we left for Bali, my mom gave me this fabulous patchwork denim cross body bag by Michael Kors as a gift. I have been wearing it almost every day, because it basically adds that cool and casual flair to every outfit. I mean who doesn’t love denim right?
We also visited the Saraswati silver factory in Batu Bulan. Here you can find one of the best, high quality silver jewelry in Bali and this for budget prices. Make sure you check it out if you ever visit Bali. It is a silver paradise, I seriously buy all my silver jewelry right here.
Besides visiting their store, you can watch how they manufacture the silver pieces right in the factory too. Making it an unforgettable experience.
Photos shot by: EJC Maturbongs
I was wearing: Crochet shorts & Tunic: Lost In Paradise Bali // Bag: Michael Kors here: Sandals: available in different colors at: Boutique: Ariani Collection, Monkey Forest Street Ubud-Bali // Bracelets and necklace: Saraswati Factory: Batu Bulan, Bali
Like I said, it’s time to get back to Amsterdam, for some reason I can’t wait to share my Amsterdam street style photos with you all again.
Stay posted everyone!