Suppose that you have been dreaming of setting foot in Indonesia or Singapore as well as Thailand and Vietnam, the gems of Souteast Asia. You’re craving to feel the country’s eternal summer, the breeze and the sun. You are ready to dwell in a foreign life that is different from what you experience daily. You have done your shopping and your luggage is lying down on your bedroom floor, widely-opened, waiting to be piled up with your best travelling outfit. Then, you switch on your TV and stories about the coronavirus killing innocent people are on every news highlight, broadcasting travel ban to the countries that you have been wanting to visit.
Milan, Paris, London and Tokyo are on the top list for shopping lovers to feed their appetite for fashion. A shopping spree in these cities can easily turn into a long extravagant frolic. Newest trends, a vast range of styles and splendid interior decoration are just a few things that make these cities a shopping epicentre. But, if you want a more conscious approach to level up your fashion game, we have listed three shopping destinations that are not as famous as the major destinations, but offer you a combination of a fun scavenger hunt and wonderful excursion adventure.
Imagine this: You planned your travel for leisure months prior. You have listed down your itinerary, your budget is well-calculated and your luggage is well-packed. You are excited, but suddenly, unexpected long delay happens and you are caught in a situation where you have to sit on that cold, iron-made airport bench, squeezing your body between a bunch of other passengers and crying babies! We bet that the sophisticated look made popular by Audrey Hepburn in the Funny Face won’t be even relevant. Unfortunately, you cannot control the universe and that annoying picture of long delay might come to terrorise you at any time. The good news is, you can face the situation with a healthy mind by changing your clothing preference into an outfit that gives you comfort and style. How? Athleisure.
If you are a big fan of The Game of Thrones, you should know what it means when someone shouts out, “Winter is coming!” But no, we are not talking about wind chill and horrendous walking creatures. Let the white walkers exist only on your tv screens or at least in your mind. Here, we are talking about the real winter season that due to global warming, seems to last longer than usual. If you don’t really enjoy spending time coping with windy, cold and murky day in the next upcoming weeks, 1 People points out to some countries for you to plan a sweet escape. These countries are known for their beautiful landscape, but the best part of it, they have a warmer climate in December.