Bangkok Appropriate Dress

Jul 11th, 2005, 06:38 AM
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I've never worn shorts in Bangkok. I wear skirts. Happy Travels!
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Jul 11th, 2005, 09:18 AM
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The women may want to bring a sun umbrella instead of a hat. My wife finds that her hair gets messed up and sweaty with a hat but the umbrella does a good job of shielding the top half of the body from the sun and her hair is not messed up and sweaty.
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Jul 11th, 2005, 12:21 PM
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I've been away for the weekend, so am late weighing in on these questions.

I wear long pants or long skirts or long dresses in Bangkok, always with a short sleeve. I want all the clothes I take to be appropriate for entering wats. I have purchased long, loose cotton dresses in a number of markets that are perfect for Bangkok. (I once wrote that I took long dresses to Bangkok and someone misinterpreted that I meant formal wear! Let me be clear that is not what I mean.) I also wear either sandals or flats that are cool, wel-ventilated.

As for jewelry, I having been buying from SJ International for some 20 years. They are excellent for ready-made jewelry, cutomm jewelry and loose stones. I've bought all of those over the years. They are huge and have a wonderful selection. If you use my name (Kathie from Seattle is adequate) you'll get the "wholesale" price. The contatc info for SJ has been posted here many times, do a search for it (sorry, I don't have the card with me right now).
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