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There’s never a time when grocery shopping becomes major. With the Bangkok socialites strictly adhering to social distancing and self-imposed staying-at-home life, grocery shopping has become a rare opportunity to go out. Well, the Thai society crowd doesn’t let this precious moments go to waste. They put on their Sunday best, and make supermarket rows their runway. Now, let’s check out our favourite grocery shopping looks from Bangkok’s best-dressed social luminaries.

Panchalita Chantrakul

There are a lot more to shop when you are a mother of two, which means a lot more time spent in a public space. And with young children at home, going out means extra precaution. Well, Panchalita did just that for her quick shopping trip, completing her loose-fitting brick brown dress with a mask and a face shield. Extra points for the giant totes where she fits everything in with no needs for any plastic bags!’

Vatanika Patamasingh na Ayudhya

Let us confess — we cannot come up with anything better than what Vatanika herself wrote in her caption. So, let’s leave it at that and simply be inspired by the (serious) way our favourite fashion/ social media superstar approaches dressing up for grocery shopping!

Latest Lockdown Looks from Our Favourite Fashion Stars

Piyawadee Maleenont

The TV producer and Channel 3 heiress sticks to her signature feminine style for a grocery shopping trip. She tones down the sweet pairing of lemon yellow and ivory with the bold, high slit on her maxi skirt. The matching floral tote and face mask from @forgetmenot_bkk is something we would consider a new style guide for the Covid-19 era.

Paetongtarn Shinawatra

You can choose to disagree but we think Paetongtarn looks best in chic workwear and she wears blazer like a natural-born lady boss. Now, she takes her smart casual workwear sensibility to supermarket with this long, grey wrap dress and stiletto mules, and we can’t help but admiring it.

Sririta Jensen Narongdej

It’s already refreshing to see our former cover personality Sritita Jensen Narongdej going out in track jacket, denim and sneakers. But knowing that she went out with her husband to shop in order to make survival kits for people affected by Covid-19 makes us love this super practical look even more.



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Mila Wenin
Digital Managing Editor, TH
A veteran journalist, copywriter and content creator with over 15-year experience working in Bangkok's leading print/ digital publications, Samila is currently digital editor of Prestige Thailand, where she writes exclusively on style, beauty and art and culture.