These Malaysian Fashionistas Will Leave You in Wanderlust

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Lexie Rodriguez: Bali

The free-spirited bohemian on her must-dos in the Island of the Gods.

Courtesy of Lexie Rodriguez

Go-To Pieces

Whether it’s the cut, colour, fabric, or print, my outfits always revolve around one statement piece, which I then dress up or down depending on the time of day. I love wearing statement pieces from Toni Maticevski and Monse, and always either pair it with flats and a tote for day, or add heels with jewellery for night.

Signature Accessory

My Nannacay pompom bag. It’s super fun and fits everything I need without having to bring a beach tote.

Style Tricks

There are some amazing artisans here in Bali. You can get beautiful handcrafted accessories made from natural materials, and pairing them with your favourite boho-chic kaftan makes the perfect Bali outfit!

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Eat And Play

La Brisa, Da Maria, and Omnia Dayclub … though my go-to dining experience in Bali is Room 4 Dessert by my friend Will Goldfarb. It’s an all-dessert chef tasting menu using locally sourced ingredients, and was recently featured on Netflix’s Chef’s Table: Pastry.

Shopping Haunt

Seminyak Village has an amazing variety of stores that house both local and international brands. Another Island Living is also a favourite, specialising in homeware. Everything is locally made and the workmanship is amazing.

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