Traveling to a different country can be a bit tricky especially in the style and weather department. Since we only have summer and the rainy season here in the Philippines, we really don’t have much idea on how to dress for the winter, spring or fall, which is the time when most of us travel abroad. But no need to worry Candy Girls because we're here to save the day! To help you plan out your #OOTDs for your trips this year, we've rounded up style inspiration care of your favorite celebs and bloggers to help you ace your fashion gaming whenever and wherever you go! Read on below.
For negative-degree weather, make sure to stock up on heat-tech clothes and invest in a good quality coat! Pieces made up of wool, fleece, and cashmere are your best bets. Always make sure to check what material your clothes are made of, too. Just because they're thick doesn't exactly mean that they can provide you warmth.
When it starts to snow, there's no way around but to wear a good thick coat, a scarf, ear muffs, and a pair of boots!
Tip: Buy a coat in a neutral color so that you can pair it with almost anything!
Don't be afraid to mix different prints and colors just like Janella to stay chic even during the winter!
Check out how Nicole rocked her faux fur coat during a trip to Japan!
Spring time is usually the best time to visit places like Japan and Korea. Not only do you get to see cherry blossoms but it also gives you more freedom on what you can wear. Since it tends to be a bit warmer during the day but can still get a bit chilly on the evenings, one can continue to layer to her heart's desire! YAY!
Laureen looking pastel perfect while walking the streets of Osaka. Layer your coat over a turtle neck and finish off with your fave sneakers and you are good to go!
Aryanna has definitely got her layering game down pat in Taiwan! Not to mention that she’s also rocking a super chic monochromatic look!
Here's Aimee Song showing us that basics are the way to go when travelling. Just add a cute pastel trench coat (that matches the cherry blossoms in Korea, btw) to your classic shirt and jeans combo and you are off the door!
When traveling to countries with hot and humid climates such as the Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand, and Cambodia, make sure to wear lightweight clothes made out of breathable fabrics. Loose and flowy pieces such as maxi dresses and skirts are definitely your best choices! And although we want our style to be on point everywhere we go, we always have to take care of ourselves first. So ditch the tiis-ganda outfits and check out these outfit ideas that reconcile both comfort and style!
The Enciso twins looking so fresh while playing matchy-matchy in their maxi dresses at Cambodia!
Tip: There will be super warm days but keep in mind that some places, such as temples, have dress codes so always make sure to bring a cover up or simply wear something that follows their dress code on that day!
Check out how Martine conquered Morocco in style by pairing a simple cami with loose pants and sandals!
Bare some back just like Jeline when the weather gets too hot to handle.
Tip: Don't forget to bring a hat for extra sun protection!
Straddling the hot and cool weather can be a bit tricky. If you're travelling to a country during the fall, this is the best time to bust out your jackets and sweaters since you can remove it when it gets warmer and wear it again once the weather turns chilly.
Wear a bomber jacker over a mock turtleneck to give you the right amount of warmth and achieve that sophisticated look just like Tricia Gosingtian.
Kryz Uy nails fall dressing with a color palette that suits the season.
Bloggers Patricia Prieto and Camille Co show us how to dress perfectly for hot/cool weather.