Hi everyone,

It’s been a while since I posted a new look on The Curvy Chapter. I really needed a break and lots of sun and vitamin sea. Most of you probably already know that I went to Thailand. I have to admit that Thailand is one of my favorite destinations to hang out. Together with my tag team (my kids) I decided to just take a plane without plans. We were ready for some adventures! We haven’t been on a vacay for such a long time and we really needed some quality time as a family together.

With my kids behind the camera we are a real visual family. We never get tired of capturing our experiences while we’re on the move.

We started our trip on the beautiful Island Koh Samui. A perfect Island to unwind and also perfect to visit with your kids. I’m kicking it off with some bohemian style from Junarose Global.

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The best way to discover the Island Koh Samui will be by scooter. We had a great experience crossing around the Island that way. When you’re in Koh Samui you must visit the Big Buddha. It’s so intense beautiful! Make sure to keep the dress code in mind. No bare legs and shoulders.

I wore this printed bohemian twin-set while visiting the Big Buddha. I had to cover my shoulders but the heat was so intense, my scarf kept on falling of my shoulders. (My bad) This Bohemian style twin set kept it all airy even with 32 celsius/ 89.6 F. The fabric is very light and comfortable, even when the temperatures outreached the extreme. I still looked fancy and cool. I topped off the look with a hat, glasses and a little cross-body bag.

What I’m wearing

Top and pants Junarose Global|Flipflops Havaiana|Hat local store|Cross Bag (no brand)


My name is Saskia and welcome to The Curvy Chapter. A no-nonsense platform where I share my thoughts about the latest Fashion, lifestyle and Beauty trends, motherhood and my personal outfit ideas. My mission is to show you that beauty is not set in one standard. At The Curvy Chapter, we celebrate our differences. You will find content in Dutch and English, just press the translate button to find your language.

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