Month: June 2014

Scandalism or Feminism?


Today I want to talk about wearing dresses that are both short and tight…and by that I mean scandalous.

The dress featured in this post is from Feist Heist and I’m absolutely in love with it. The little cut-out details make it that much more great. However, as I was wearing it for the photos, I came to the conclusion that I probably will never wear it again. Don’t get me wrong, I already said that I loved it. However, I just don’t feel comfortable in it. The reason being, it’s both short and tight.

The Rayavadee


So I literally found the most beautifully located hotel in the world: The Rayavadee. By “the world” I mean that I’ve ever been to. But still, it’s a big deal. The weirdest part is that when I found it, I had a totally unanticipated emotion. Yes, I was over the moon that such a special place exists. However, there was a part of me that was convinced that no one should be allowed to own such a place. The fact that the Rayavadee is located on this triangular plot of land, that has access to three beaches on each of it’s three sides is virtually unheard of in the world. I seems to me that this odd geometric shape of jungle and sand should really some form of national park. It’s rare. It’s pure heaven. It needs to be preserved.

Too Cool For School


I have a confession to make: I am a 23 (as of last week) year old University student who has to wear a school uniform everyday. I know, it’s embarrassing. To some of you have never experienced such a thing at such an age, you probably find this a little weird. For those of us in Thailand, where this rule applies to the entire country, school uniforms are totally the norm. For me, as foreigner in Thailand, my feelings are at a confusing point somewhere in the middle. In fact, that’s how I’d describe most of my life’s feelings – confused.