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Chicago girl living in Asia exploring the world of fashion, food and culture to share this experience with everyone.

Bali, Sari, Alexander Wang, Zara, Blog, Blogger, Korean blog, Korean blogger, fashion blog, fashion blogger, theskimplelife, Fashion, Asian blogger, Korean style, fashionblog, Chicago Blog, Chicagoblogger If anyone was to visit Bali, you’ll notice that Sari’s are everywhere in all the clothing stores and markets. So it was interesting when I was able to visit a workstation / store that sold handmade Saris. It was interesting to watch every fabric weaved together with the weaver and artist hand painting scenic backgrounds onto silk fabrics.  It amazes me how all the employees were able to work in such excruciating heat without any air conditioning while concentrating on all their work. Every piece produced was beautiful and unique since they were all handmade. The Sari’s were literally a piece of art worn as a dress, cover up, skirt or a scarf.  It was definitely a great souvenir for me to take back home to remember a little piece of Bali.Bali, Sari, Alexander Wang, Zara, Blog, Blogger, Korean blog, Korean blogger, fashion blog, fashion blogger, theskimplelife, Fashion, Asian blogger, Korean style, fashionblog, Chicago Blog, Chicagoblogger Bali, Sari, Alexander Wang, Zara, Blog, Blogger, Korean blog, Korean blogger, fashion blog, fashion blogger, theskimplelife, Fashion, Asian blogger, Korean style, fashionblog, Chicago Blog, Chicagoblogger Bali, Sari, Alexander Wang, Zara, Blog, Blogger, Korean blog, Korean blogger, fashion blog, fashion blogger, theskimplelife, Fashion, Asian blogger, Korean style, fashionblog, Chicago Blog, Chicagoblogger Bali, Sari, Alexander Wang, Zara, Blog, Blogger, Korean blog, Korean blogger, fashion blog, fashion blogger, theskimplelife, Fashion, Asian blogger, Korean style, fashionblog, Chicago Blog, Chicagoblogger _MG_9915 Bali, Sari, Alexander Wang, Zara, Blog, Blogger, Korean blog, Korean blogger, fashion blog, fashion blogger, theskimplelife, Fashion, Asian blogger, Korean style, fashionblog, Chicago Blog, Chicagoblogger Bali, Sari, Alexander Wang, Zara, Blog, Blogger, Korean blog, Korean blogger, fashion blog, fashion blogger, theskimplelife, Fashion, Asian blogger, Korean style, fashionblog, Chicago Blog, Chicagoblogger Bali, Sari, Alexander Wang, Zara, Blog, Blogger, Korean blog, Korean blogger, fashion blog, fashion blogger, theskimplelife, Fashion, Asian blogger, Korean style, fashionblog, Chicago Blog, Chicagoblogger Bali, Sari, Alexander Wang, Zara, Blog, Blogger, Korean blog, Korean blogger, fashion blog, fashion blogger, theskimplelife, Fashion, Asian blogger, Korean style, fashionblog, Chicago Blog, Chicagoblogger Bali, Sari, Alexander Wang, Zara, Blog, Blogger, Korean blog, Korean blogger, fashion blog, fashion blogger, theskimplelife, Fashion, Asian blogger, Korean style, fashionblog, Chicago Blog, Chicagoblogger Bali, Sari, Alexander Wang, Zara, Blog, Blogger, Korean blog, Korean blogger, fashion blog, fashion blogger, theskimplelife, Fashion, Asian blogger, Korean style, fashionblog, Chicago Blog, Chicagoblogger Bali, Sari, Alexander Wang, Zara, Blog, Blogger, Korean blog, Korean blogger, fashion blog, fashion blogger, theskimplelife, Fashion, Asian blogger, Korean style, fashionblog, Chicago Blog, Chicagoblogger Bali, Sari, Alexander Wang, Zara, Blog, Blogger, Korean blog, Korean blogger, fashion blog, fashion blogger, theskimplelife, Fashion, Asian blogger, Korean style, fashionblog, Chicago Blog, Chicagoblogger Bali, Sari, Alexander Wang, Zara, Blog, Blogger, Korean blog, Korean blogger, fashion blog, fashion blogger, theskimplelife, Fashion, Asian blogger, Korean style, fashionblog, Chicago Blog, Chicagoblogger Bali, Sari, Alexander Wang, Zara, Blog, Blogger, Korean blog, Korean blogger, fashion blog, fashion blogger, theskimplelife, Fashion, Asian blogger, Korean style, fashionblog, Chicago Blog, Chicagoblogger (Tank and Shorts: Zara, Shirt: All-Son, Backpack: Alexander Wang)

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  1. March 4, 2014

    Beautiful post, I love saris!

  2. March 4, 2014

    Beautiful! I love seeing how they work the fabrics ❤

    http://itsthekyliebabii.blogspot.com

    • March 4, 2014

      Yeah it was cool watching them do everything manually. Just couldn’t believe they were doing it the massive heat. Thanks for checking in =)

  3. March 4, 2014

    Great pics! It looks like a lot of fun! I’m happy I found your blog! 🙂

    Feel free to visit my blog as well! You will find tips on fashion, beauty, personal growth and health between others! ❤

    Diana
    http://www.ManhattanImageandStyle.com
    New Blog Post: [Outfit Idea] A Trendy Day

  4. Liz #
    March 5, 2014

    bali is on my bucket list of places!! i cant wait to see these sari’s for myself

    xo, Liz
    http://oyouclassy.com
    http://oyouclassy.com

    • March 5, 2014

      You’ll love it… Plus it’s a cool place to buy cheap shorts and cover up. With your awesome style I know you’ll find something =)

  5. March 5, 2014

    Nice pics! Love these styles! They all look genius!
    Thanks for your sharing and posting!
    Have a nice day!

    http://www.aekk.com

  6. jas #
    March 5, 2014

    batik is pretty amazing. great pics.

    reckless abandon

  7. March 5, 2014

    Wow. Looks like a lot of work goes into making the saris.

    • March 5, 2014

      Yeah.. It was cool watching them actually draw on the saris. Thanks for checking in =)

  8. March 5, 2014

    great photos!

    thedaydreamings.blogspot.com

  9. March 5, 2014

    wooow… lovable print.. i dint knew about this work in Bali..thanks for showing such a wonderful pictures
    follow u via GFC, keep in touch

    http://glamforgood.blogspot.in/

  10. March 5, 2014

    I have always wanted to visit Bali! I’m so jealous…I’ll get there someday!

    x. jill
    beck daily

    • March 10, 2014

      You have to try when you get a chance. It was definitely on a bucket list. Can’t wait to try again.

  11. March 5, 2014

    ooh that sounds cool to watch! did you end up taking a sari home?

    -Sher

    http://www.shershegoes.com

    • March 10, 2014

      Yes… Great to wear as a scarf as a sarong. Thanks for checking in =)

  12. March 5, 2014

    It’s great to buy handmade pieces with they are always made with love, care and attention to detail. It kind of teaches us a lesson that as long you love what you do, it doesn’t matter what condition or situation you are in, you are more likely to enjoy the environment.

    • March 10, 2014

      Yes. You end up appreciating the item more because of the care that’s put into it. Thanks for stopping by =)

  13. March 6, 2014

    Bali is definitely on my to-visit list. The sari’s look so beautiful. x

    nervewires.com

    • March 10, 2014

      Awww. Thanks for checking in. Yes you definitely should it on your bucket list things to do =)

  14. March 7, 2014

    Bali?! Breathtaking. Thanks for sharing. More to daydream about… until I can fulfill my wanderlusting ways. (:

    ❤ Carsla
    Founder & CEO of Connect-the-Cloths
    http://www.connect-the-cloths.com
    http://blogspotter.co/connect-the-cloths/
    A stylist, foodie, & writer's blog in development.

    • March 10, 2014

      Thanks for checking in. It’s definitely a place I plan on going to again. You just gotta visit. =)

  15. March 8, 2014

    You’re so lucky you can be there and see it. This is amazing.
    fashionfascinate.blogspot.com

  16. March 9, 2014

    I like pics like that.
    http://www.fashiondenis.com

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