Fauzi Aziz and Edit Suits have a Conversation on Travel and Fashion

Great Destination


Traveling is one of life’s great pleasures, but it can be hard to know where to start. When I travel, I like to mix up my experiences and explore new places with ease however, there are times when it’s just not possible for me due to budget constraints or other factors. For example: recently we had planned a trip to Europe but were unable to go because my husband couldn’t afford any airfare! Luckily enough though other options allowed us both easy access to European capitals without breaking the bank too much while still having fun at every stop along the way!

I Travel Quite a bit and I like to Travel in Style

Rome is a great destination. It has wonderful architecture and music, as well as the Vatican, which is not open to the public often. The Borgia apartments are located within the Vatican City walls and contain some of the most beautiful art in existence today.

The best way to see these sights is by taking a tour with an expert guide who knows how to get around safely and efficiently.

What do you like about Rome?

“I love the architecture in Rome. It’s so beautiful, and there’s so much history behind it all. I’ve been there twice and both times were great! The first time was when I went with my family last year and then this summer with my boyfriend.”

Well, There’s Great Architecture, great music, and then there’s the Vatican!

Rome is a great city, with plenty of architecture and music to go around. But the Vatican is something else entirely it’s one of the most recognizable places on earth, and it’s also home to some important religious institutions.

The Vatican contains some of the best art in Italy as well as many important historical artifacts from Ancient Rome itself. The building itself has been constructed over time through different phases; however, every time you see an image from inside or outside it will always look like something special because there are so many layers upon layers that make up this building!

Oh yes, the Vatican! What’s your favorite place to visit there?

The Sistine Chapel is so beautiful and it’s where I would want to go if I had time. The Borgia apartments were also impressive as well as the Basilica of St. Peter and its museum which contains some interesting artworks such as Michelangelo’s Pieta, Raphael’s Madonna Della Vittoria, and Caravaggio’s La Mater Dolorosa (The Mourning Mother).

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Borgia Apartments

Well, maybe not the most obvious choice, but I love the Borgia apartments. They’re not open to the public that often and when they are I always make an effort to see them. And what about you? Do you prefer traveling light?

The Borgia apartments are a series of rooms in the Vatican that were built by Pope Alexander VI. They were designed by Donato Bramante and built between 1492-1503 as part of an expansion project by Pope Alexander’s son Cesare Borgia who went on to become Pope Jules II (or Julius II).

Is that what you have in your suitcase? Just three days’ worth of clothes?

Fauzi: You know, I think it’s a good idea to have a suitcase with enough clothes for the trip. But you don’t need to pack too much because you’ll probably wear the same thing every day. It’s better not to overpack because then you’ll be stuck with more than one outfit at the end of your trip!

Edit: Do you have a specific brand or style in mind when it comes to travel outfits?

Traveling in General

Not quite! And before we get into that list let me ask you about traveling in general. Do you prefer larger aircraft or do you enjoy flying on private jets rather than larger carriers?

Private jets are more expensive, but they’re also much more comfortable and convenient. They allow for a more exclusive experience by providing access only to those who can afford them, so it’s easier to get good seats on a private jet than it is with other forms of travel. A lot of people say that flying in a commercial plane just feels like taking an elevator because there aren’t enough seats available for everyone else but then again if someone needs help getting up onto their seat then that could be awkward too! So overall I think it comes down to personal preference: some people love being able to sit next door while others prefer not having anyone breathing down their neck while they’re trying desperately not to look at anything else but what’s directly ahead of them (and sometimes even these things don’t exist).

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That kind of luxury isn’t accessible to me without spending an absolute fortune so I prefer flying coach on major airlines if I can find a good deal through one of those aggregator sites or something.

You can still travel in style even if you don’t have a huge budget

You can still travel in style even if you don’t have a huge budget.

  • Traveling on a budget. If you’re looking to save money, one way is to pack light and carry-on only. This will help keep your luggage costs down while still allowing you the freedom to explore new places and see what’s available in different cities around the world.
  • Carrying only small suitcases or carry-on bags instead of big suitcases will also save on baggage fees at airports and reduce stress levels as well since there won’t be so much extra weight to lift when checking in!
  • Having only three days’ worth of clothes might sound like an exaggeration but it isn’t you can survive just fine with these items if necessary (which might happen).


Traveling is great, but you should always look for the best deals. There are a lot of different options out there, but some of them may not be worth the cost if they don’t fit your budget or lifestyle. You can still travel in style even if you don’t have a huge budget!