Bikini: Top and bottoms | Shorts: Similar here | Kimono: ASOS | Sandals: ASOS | Hat: ASOS | Sunglasses: Similar here and here
I’d wanted to return to Thailand for quite a while but we only actually booked our flights just over two weeks before we were due to fly so as you can imagine it was a last minute panic of scheduling blog posts, getting our jabs, picking up all our essentials and of course - outfit planning like crazy! I’d been after a nice black bikini for ages that actually fitted (damn having bigger boobs - I can’t just pick up a size 12 top and bottom set as it just doesn’t work for me!), I saw this one whilst browsing on ASOS in their fuller bust range and knew straight away that I needed it for my holiday.
I loved the fact that I could buy the bottoms separately to fit my clothing size and the top fitted so well - I absolutely adore the mesh detailing and also the second strap that ties underneath is also such a nice touch. It was such a staple piece that I got so much wear out of! To feel a little less naked I opted for this gorgeous lace kimono to cover my arms and make my beach outfit a little more resort friendly when wondering around our hotel. I also opted for these beautiful orange beaded shorts - they were the perfect beach cover up but also doubled up for great evening wear paired with a racer back vest top and some stacked bracelets!
My favourite item of this whole outfit probably has to be these amazing Quay Australia sunnies which I wore pretty much relentlessly the whole trip - they went so well with everything and also photographed really well (they also hid a multitude of sins when we were extremely hungover and had barely slept - winning!). This giant floppy hat was a must for those days where I wanted to sit in the sun but keep my head in the shade (which was most days as it was either too hot or we were hanging and it’s not about heat stroke when you’re hungover!).
I also wore these lace up sandals pretty much everyday on our trip as they were so, so comfy and went with every outfit. They were so easy to wear, for £22 I’ve already ordered another pair as mine have now sadly seen better days after a month of constant use (including wearing on the beach and dancing in the rain).
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What do you think of my ASOS holiday outfit? What are your holiday staple pieces?