Yoyo Cao @yoyoku­lala

#Legend - - Reveal / High Res -

What is your favourite travel des­ti­na­tion for food, for shop­ping and for pho­to­graphs?

Ja­pan for food, Ja­pan and Paris for shop­ping, and prob­a­bly Paris and New York for pho­tos.

What tops your travel bucket list?

Any­where I can get an ex­cel­lent view of the North­ern Lights.

What’s your most un­for­get­table trav­el­ling ex­pe­ri­ence?

I al­most had my phone stolen once dur­ing Paris Fash­ion Week and it was quite an in­tense chase to get it back. If we're talk­ing about more “fun” ex­pe­ri­ences, I re­cently saw a tur­tle while snor­kel­ing in the Mal­dives.

What are your trop­i­cal travel es­sen­tials?

Sun­block, sun­glasses, sheet masks, swimwear that can dou­ble as some­thing to wear out, san­dals, denim cut-offs, lip balm, straw hats, cropped tops, match­ing bot­toms and a cam­era.

What is one pack­ing tip that al­ways works for you when you travel?

I al­ways have my out­fits sealed in zi­plock bags so I know ex­actly where ev­ery­thing is and it also saves space. I also find that it's eas­ier if you al­ready have the ne­ces­si­ties, say elec­tron­ics or skin­care, in big zi­plock bags.

What do you like to wear on trips to trop­i­cal coun­tries?

I al­ways say you can't go wrong with a slightly sheer white shirt, denim and sneak­ers. A bas­ket bag is a nice sum­mer ac­ces­sory to have. Cropped tops with match­ing bot­toms are fun. Light­weight off-shoul­der dresses or minidresse­s in linen also have a sum­mer va­ca­tion look to them with­out go­ing too far into the typ­i­cal sun­dress ter­ri­tory.

What’s in your long-haul carry-on bag?

I wear a sweat­shirt and sweat­pants for max­i­mum comfort. My Ap­ple EarPods, lip balm, travel-sized ver­sions of my skin­care go-tos and a mask to keep my skin hy­drated.

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