17 October 2012

Color Classic







Checks top: Oxygene
White tee: Mango
skirt: Vintage
Shoes: Michael Kors
Sunglasses: Diesel
Earrings: DIY

Many people believe that  long flowy skirts are a 'BIG NO NO' for people with heavy bottoms.
But I have tried to clear the misconception through this post.
 Flowy skirts are recommended to people of all body types. Make sure that you wear a body fitted tee or a jacket to make you look slimmer till the waist line.
Also long skirts and fitted tee makes one look taller too.

Moving on to my outfit. I have used the classic black white and red combination to create this look. I wore my most versatile sleeveless shirt over my white tee to add a little twist to my outfit. Lastly, I paired up my outfit with long 'latkans' which I transformed into earrings for this look.

Hope you have a fantastic week ahead.

8 October 2012

Print crush

Hello Ladies,
I have been on a high on prints since the past two months. If you notice, many of my previous posts display my addiction for prints. I am sure many of you'll have been on a high just like me but I guess I tend to over indulge in it. If you have been following my blog, you must have also noticed that I have fluctuating taste and I do not stick to one trend for a long time. Somehow, Prints have been the longest trend I have held on to. 

Moving on to my outfit,
I am wearing face printed leggings which has been one of my cheapest buys till date. Because the color of my leggings was on the nude base, I paired it up with a bright red top. If you have been following me on instagram, you must have seen the image of the ghungroo anklets I posted a few days back. I was so attracted to them that I decided to make them a part of my next post. But in this I have used them as a bracelet.  A mini DIY you can say.

Top: mango
Shoes: River Island
Bracelet: Vintage
Leggings: Flea market
Ring: Forever 21
bag: Zara
Sunglasses: Diesel