Finally the time has come. As promised, my first post from our China trip is here. I’ve been thinking a lot about how to write this post and how I can get you a little closer to China.
The ones who follow me on Instagram and Snapchat have already seen a bit about this huge country and what we have experienced during our trip.
For all those who have not seen my stories, here is a short summary of the places we visited in China. We were in big cities like Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong, but also in smaller and less well-known places like Guizhou or Chengdu. Just by the way, Chengdu has also over 14 million inhabitants 🙂
The facets of small towns or country villages to the gigantic cities could be hardly more different. Especially in the field of development, I noticed how big the gap is between the city and the country. In the cities, the streets are overcrowded with taxis and people, huge advertising boards that are sounded during the day as well as at night and luxury shopping malls exist like sand at the sea.
In the countryside it is much quieter and also more old-fashioned. People still walk on their feet to the fields, on their backs a child and also loaded with baskets in which they keep their harvest.
As you can see, it is so different between cities and countryside. For me this trip was such a great experience. I’m so grateful to witness the whole experience first hand and see how people live in this huge country.
Today’s post is from Hong Kong. The temperatures were very warm, thats why I wear something airy-light and do not has too much fabric. The cropped top with the two floral prints is from romwe.com, plus an airy light pants by Zara. The cute basket is handmade from a street market in Guizhou. Flip Flops bye Forever 21 and sunglasses by Muji from Shanghai.
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Of course my new products Fruity Juicy by Mac Cosmetics have to be with me.
The basket is handmade from a street market in Guizhou.
the skyline from Hong Kong Island ist just breathtaking.
Next to my outfit post I want to share with you some impressions from the streets of Hong Kong:
In the mittel of Soho there are many cool little boutiques, art studios, bars, restaurants and also this beautiful wall paintings.