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This was an epic day in Cambodia visiting the largest religious monument in the world, Angkor Wat. Even though the weather can be extremely hot and humid here, a strict dress code is enforced when visiting the complex at Angkor, so I made sure I was fully covered up, but with loose-fitting, lightweight fabrics. Typically one would wear sandals or  walking shoes, but I’m not big on sandals and honestly my loafers are incredibly comfortable. With that said, I did pick up a pair of custom made leather sandals in Siem Reap from one of the most highly recommended spots in town, so don’t be surprised to see me rocking sandals this summer.

When visiting the temples, you’re required to ask the monks permission to take photos of them. So Ann and I were surprised to have the monks approach us for a photo. We were feeling really cool after that. I can’t say enough about the people, the culture, food, and overall hospitality that we experienced in Cambodia. I’ll be back.

Cheers,

Curtis Bright

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Photography by Ann

What I’m Wearing…

  • Sun Hat and Henley, H&M
  • Aviator Sunglasses, J. Crew
  • Trousers, Banana Republic
  • Loafers, Cole Haan

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