Travel Guide: What to Wear to the Airport

There's always the excitement when it comes to dressing up for your travel but before you hit your destination, the first place you're headed to is the airport.

While there's nothing wrong with dressing to the nines, it's important to keep in mind that when it comes to airport dressing, comfort is key. Of course, you don't want to hassle yourself when taking off all your dangling accessories to pass the airport security, right? 

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Curing Those Rainy Season Blues Through Fashion

Take a look out the window and one thing is for certain—the dreaded rainy season is here in Manila (Uh-oh). However, as the rain greets us with a gloomy downpour, fashion never stops for true fashion girls. Looking stylish and sleek while keeping your outfit weather-ready is a discipline that can be learned and perfected over time. Some may wonder how looking waterproof can ever achieve très chic with bulky layers, well you’re in luck as we have 5 have surefire ways to cure rainy season blues through style and fashion.

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Thailand is one of the places that are exciting yet hard to dress up for. One, the weather in Thailand is so hot so I can wear mostly what I do in Manila since they have a similar weather which makes it easy but hard at the same time because as you know, Thailand has a lot of temples and most of the tours include them.

Because temples are sacred places, you have to dress accordingly. But there are some that aren't requiring dress codes especially the one in the photos below. 

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Travel Guide: Flavors of Thailand

Thailand is one of the most famous Asian countries that has notable cuisine because of its undeniably raw and tasty flavors. Here, I'll start with the most important thing that you have to know about Thai food—they're mostly spicy!

And because I'm not the spicy kind of person, I was hesitant to try most of the Thai cuisine and opted for the safe ones a.k.a. fast food. But lo and behold, the meals at fast food chains are spicy even the ones that they gave me when I asked for something that's "not spicy at all."

It's a different kind of spice; it's like it's gonna burn your tongue and release hot air from your ears. Anyway, so what I tried there were the street foods and the ones that are soft-flavored.

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