Tuesday, December 10, 2013
Swiss & Germany Trip Outfits
Before I continue with the travelogue, let's have a peep on what I chose to wear during the trip. I will never be lazy in wardrobe planning when I travel to overseas for vacation. Hehe.....
Like many other girls I spent weeks to finalise my outfits. It could be faster if I could double up my luggage size so I no need to choose at all.
Nothing could be more comfortable than a pair of jeans and long sleeve knit top when having a long hour flight!
Weather was cold as it was a rainy day so I gotta put on my biker jacket, which matched perfectly with my Timberland boots
Purposely dressed up to look a bit more like princess as we were going to visit the Neuschwanstein Castle.
Heart my new white tweed jacket, pink princess dress and beige bowler. They transformed me into an English lady.
This ivory versatile coat was also my new winter piece, which gave me an instant slim silhouettes!
As you can see snow were everywhere but surprisingly it wasn't freezing cold. Everyone enjoyed the stroll along the street heading to the St. Moritz lake.
Today's outfit was a bit different. It was somehow more casual/streetstyle look.
This neon yellow blazer was less feminine compared to my usual outfits, giving me a new LEMON look..... LOL
I wore two layers in this photo actually. I got the thermal bodysuit from Uniqlo which was really body-hugging, soft, and light. Okay, of course I was not going up to the snow mountain with this! This was only for photo :P
I threw on a chunky knit scarf in red to enhance the entire look as camel color coat was a little plain.
It was a freezing cold morning in Zermatt but I still managed to walk and run with this super England style shorts and plaid long sleeve top.
And of course I invested on a thick and good-looking legging to avoid my legs becoming "ais-potong"
My favourite red wool coat was the warmest and good-looking coat ever! This round I paired it with my new ginger-yellow knit scarf.
Then of course make sure to have leather gloves with intern fabric so that it could keep my hands safe from the cold. But I still felt super cold and almost numb T_T
The highlight for the day was Houndstooth check skirt that I bought in Bangkok!
A simple grey knit sweater was just nice to warm me up. The belt added a textural element to the outfit and also compliment my look. What a perfect casual look in the heart of Zurich!
Speaking about winter wear, I like it lean and slim, light and chic. So how to manage to have a slim silhouettes with all the thick clothing on? The tricks are to invest in a good and light thermal wear and windproof coat. If budget allows, go for Cashmere coat. It's light yet incredibly warm.