Prague Lookbook


An overview of my amazing 3 days in the gorgeous city of Prague plus what I wore there!

Last month, I went for a short holiday in the City of a Hundred Spires, Prague. I was in awe of how beautiful the city is!

Prague has really beautiful architecture, you’ll say wow in every turn to its corners. Its history is also so rich, you’ll learn a lot of things while you’re there. What I amazed me the most was how much you can do in just a few days there and you wouldn’t even need to spend so much during your stay there.


We arrived midday in Prague, we checked in quickly in our hotel before we started roaming around the streets of Prague. We were able to cross the Charles Bridge and passed by Lennon Wall. We strolled around Old Town Square and saw the Astronomical Clock move. We then stopped by Lokal Restaurant to have a taste of some delicious Czech cuisines and some of this restaurant’s most loved dishes. We walked more to burn all those from everything we ate and dropped by Wenceslas Square. Our last stop was the Dancing House, we managed to see our first sunset in Prague. Our first day ended with some treats in a café near the Dancing House.

For my first day, I wore this pretty floral off shoulder top and I paired with a pink pencil skirt, both from My Fiona, one of my current favorite clothing brands from South Korea. I brought this fuchsia handbag from Aldo as I knew I can put a cardigan inside in case I get cold at night. I also made sure my feet wore the comfiest sneakers, my favorite Fila trainers, as I knew there would be a lot of walking needed for this trip.




Our second day started at the Prague Castle and spent most of the morning admiring the area and the magnificent St. Vitus Cathedral. We bought some refreshments at Starbucks Prague Castle where we were able to enjoy our drinks with the view of Prague’s beautiful skyline. We then got back on our feet and walked through the streets of Mala Strana. We then had lunch at Café Louvre, it was the best meal I had in Prague and I’ll make sure to come back the next time I get to come back. We then climbed a few flights of stairs which lead us to Letna Park. It had the best view of Prague’s skyline, it took my breath away. We ended our day at Old Town Square and had some trdelnik (yes, we had a lot to eat during this trip!).

I wanted to wear this new favorite dress of mine to the Prague Castle, this pink flowy floral one piece from My Fiona, and so I did. I topped it off with a white blazer to protect myself from both the summer heat and the cold during the nighttime.




The third day meant a day for shopping so we first went to Quadrio Shopping Centre and as we went in, we saw the changing metallic sculpture of the head of Franz Kafka. We then walked around another shopping centre, Centrum Chodov. Our Asian taste buds ruled us over so we had some lunch at a popular Korean restaurant in the area and had some bubble tea after. We didn’t have much to do anymore so we impulsively decided to go on a cruise on the Vlatva. That random decision was worth it as we saw another perspective view of the city and it was breathtaking. We ended our Prague trip by seeing the sunset while crossing the Charles Bridge. The bridge was really beautiful when its lights were turned on at night.

I wanted to be comfortable as I knew our third day was shopping day so I wore this cute nude dress. I threw on a black cardigan when it got colder at night.

This Prague trip made me really happy and was able to relieve all the stress from work. This also reminded me that we don’t need to spend a lot to see beautiful gems like what this city offered.

Another look book ‘coz travelling to European countries inspire me to be stylish (LOL!). Please look forward to my next travel posts and hopefully, fashion posts as well.




Be pretty, be happy, be you! H~

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