Sister Srey Cafe

Ginger Side of Life - Sister Srey Cafe

Top: Banana Republic (out of stock – similar here); Skirt: Sister Srey Cafe; Shoes: Madewell (similar here); Hat: Bought in Hoi An; Sunglasses: Prada; Earrings: Banana Republic

One of my favorite parts about traveling is being exposed to all the different global fashions. From the rugged wilderness style of the New Zealanders, to the sleek look of the Chileans to the artsy styles of Cambodia, I have fallen in love with it all, and just wish beyond measure, I had a suitcase with wheels rather than a backpack!

Ginger Side of Life - Sister Srey Cafe

Ginger Side of Life - Sister Srey Cafe

Ginger Side of Life - Sister Srey Cafe

Ginger Side of Life - Sister Srey Cafe

Ginger Side of Life - Sister Srey Cafe

Ginger Side of Life - Sister Srey Cafe

I bought this skirt from the adorable Sisters’ Srey in Siem Reap, Cambodia. I mentioned their cafe as few weeks back, but as a quick refresher, Sister Srey Cafe is a Social Enterprise, run by expat sisters Lauren and Cassie. The sisters, opened Sister Srey Cafe as an outlet to have “good coffee” and also help and support Khmer students and to make a sustainable impact into the community. And they have accomplished this mission beautifully.

In addition to their cafe, they have opened an adorable shop upstairs where I purchased this Made in Cambodia skirt.Nothing soothes the conscious more than buying a new item that also does good for the world…#amiright?!?!

We are currently in Croatia, follow along with our travels on Instagram.


LocationLOCATION: Hoi An

    • Thank you Meghan! Yes I am! I cannot believe we have three weeks left of this trip! Where has time gone? But it will be nice to be in one place more than 4 nights in a row :)

    • Thank you Madison! I bought a different fun hat a few weeks before I bought this one and promptly forgot it somewhere, so I am trying not to lose this one!

    • At times it does feel like a life long vacation haha! But now that we are in Croatia, it does feel like vacation over traveling! Asia was amazing but definitely felt like traveling over the comforts and familiarity of Europe.

    • Thank you Carrie! We are having such a beautiful time and we will remember this trip forever! I cannot believe we only have 3 weeks left!

    • Thank you Louise! I recently discovered my love for maxi lengthed items, so I cannot wait to explore this love once I get home :)

  1. I love a wardrobe that consists of pieces from all over the world, so this skirt being purchased in Cambodia makes it all the more special! All of these images are – as always – wonderful, particularly those of you holding out the hat, as well as of you with your boyfriend (?) – lovely! Have a wonderful weekend Chelsea :)

    Gabrielle | A Glass Of Ice


    • Thank you Gabrielle! It was tough to get Ryan to agree to a photo, but luckily he gave in annnnd he never checks my posts…soooo….I just go for it sometimes ahah

    • Thank you Kelly! And to answer your earlier question, Vietnam was amazing. Quite possibly one of my favorite stops on this trip. There are tons of English speakers, so it makes it easy to be a tourist, its cheap and everything is stunning. The people are so wonderful and kind too. I was nervous about being an American in Vietnam, but its a thing of the past for the younger generation, so I felt no ill effects. Good luck with you NYC move!

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