la barceloneta

Crop top, Topshop____Shorts, Levi's____Bikini, Abercrombie & Fitch____Hat, Gap____Sandals, Gap

It's a weird feeling to write this post a month after these pictures were taken. This is the last outfit post from my trip to Spain. (Although it's barely an outfit at all...) I saved best for last as chilling on the Mediterranean at La Barceloneta was hands-down my fave part of the trip. Tanning and swimming to my heart's desire with the most beautiful scenery was just the perfect summer day. 

I have a week left in Seoul, before I head back to the States, then back to Canada for school. wow. That was a whirlwind. I made so many memories during my stay here, and I can't wait to share those in vlog/picture format here. 

xo, Dahye


Red J. Crew Pencil Skirt

Skirt, J. Crew____Top, Topshop____Sandals, Gap____Sunglasses, Kenneth Cole

Here is what I wore on a night out in Barcelona. A bold cherry red pencil skirt, that looks great dressed down with an easy crop top. I love the eyelet pattern on this skirt, so that I don't look like I'm trying to pull off a first-lady look. We ate at 7 Portes in Barcelona, a restaurant famous for their paellas. My favorite was the squid ink paella, which I know sounds funny, but it has a really rich flavor that any seafood lover would enjoy. After dinner, my sister and I went to the W Hotel, which is right on the Mediterranean coast. The hotel is stunning at night, as all of the lights sparkle against the sea. Taking in this dream-like view all the whilst having a major sister-to-sister talk is a moment I won't ever forget and am so thankful for. 

xo, Dahye


Within the blooms

Top, BCBG generation____Shorts, Abercrombie and Fitch____Shoes, Gap____Jewelry, c/o Infinitine

We took these pictures in a hurry before the sun was about to set. Good thing about Spain is that pretty much every street is filled with beauty, so finding a gorgeous background is no problem. 

Already two weeks have passed since I landed in Korea... whhhheeerre the heck did the time go? So far, I hit up all of my favorite shopping places and restaurants, and discovered the beauty of places that are open 24 hours a day. An open letter of apology to my skin, as I am having the most erratic sleeping/eating schedule here. I am also pleasantly surprised at how many people I have met so far in Seoul. But of course, more details on my trip will come as I plan on uploading multiple videos of my time here. 

For those of you in the USA, hope you had a great 4th of July!

xo, Dahye


Red in Reina Sofia Museum

Shirt, Vero Moda____Shorts, Abercrombie____Shoes, Urban outfitters____Bag, Bershka 

This is a go-to travel outfit. A classic combination with easy summer colors can never go wrong. I wore this while we were discovering the modern arts featured at the Reina Sofia museum. I have to be honest and say that modern art is not my cup of tea. I mean my sister is in love with Joan Miro, but I prefer paintings from the renaissance and classical era. Either way, the museum's architecture was a unique combination of modern and classic styles, which was a beautiful place! 

Update from Korea

Shopping, eating, and meeting lots of new people! I'm really impressing myself with how well I am restraining myself from buying everything little thing I see. I think my style has evolved away from cutesy korean street style... I'd much rather just shop at Zara here too. It's been a challenge to keep updating my blog regularly because of the time change and overall hecticness of being in seoul. (I know hecticness is not a word... just go with it) 

And here's my self-promotion line of the day: follow me on insta @HEYDAHYE for daily updates on what I'm up to! 

xo, Dahye



Crop tank, Topshop____Shorts, c/o Front Row Shop____Sneakers, Seavees for Gap____Jewelry, c/o Infinitine

First outfit post from Spain: 

Here is what I wore last week the first day we landed in Spain. The weather was absolutely beautiful, with tons of sunshine and hot enough to feel like summer, without melting your face off. I was also pleasantly surprised to see that it was not humid at all, so when you're in the shade, it is actually pretty cool.

Okay enough boring talk about the weather... So on our first full day of touring, we first stopped to see the Sagrada Familia, then walked over to Guell Parc, which is where I took these pictures. Breath taking, stunning, unforgettable are just a few words to describe this place. The views and architecture are truly one of a kind, with Gaudi's signature mosaic tiles. We then had dinner at Cerveceria Catalana, famous for their tapas. Let me tell you, the foie gras tapas was mind blowing. Ugh, makes me crave it thinking about it as I write this post... 

Barcelona is a vibrant city with so much color everywhere, it is hard not to fall in love right away. I'm going to post more pictures and a vlog up within these next few weeks. Can't wait to share the moments with you all! 

xo, Dahye

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