I do consider myself a truly Global person. But once in a while, I don’t mind going back to my Indian roots.
The Anarkali is a long, full-skirted dress that you wear over Churidar i.e. legging like trousers. A matching long scarf is added to most ensembles.
I’ve accessorized it with simple jewelry like statment earrings, bangles and a cocktail ring because sometimes you should let the outfit speak for itself.
The beauty of this outfit is that it has a touch of an ethnic appeal yet looks quite modern. A win-win situation at least for me.
Dress: Mum’s gift, Pouch bag: MIL’s gift, Shoes: Marks and Spence (old, flat option here), Statement earrings: Debenhams, Bangles: H&M.
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Skirt: Primark, Belt and Earrings: Dubai, Chambray shirt and suede bag: Next, Flats: Claire’s
Let’s face it, there are days in every fashionista’s life when she can just not be fashionably late. You’ve to simply throw caution to the wind, get ready and dash out of that door in a jiffy. A floating maxi skirt is my fail-safe way to look effortlessly put together on such days.
Perfect for those lazy summer days; a maxi skirt can suit most shapes (if you are really petite just add some killer heels) and can be paired with literally anything under the sun. Here I’ve opted for a chambray button down with rolled up sleeves and comfy flats with zebra stripes. I added a belt later on because the skirt was a bit too loose for me and made a knot for some peek-a-boo fun 😉
Summer means basking in the glorious sunshine, picnics in the park , sauntering without a care and having a gala time with your loved ones. A perfect time to be freewheeling and unrestrained. My clothes too take a carefree approach. Colours, breathable fabrics and girly-girl elements are my favourite summer essentials.
This summery number perfectly embodies the spirit of summer it is cool, feminine, colourful and budget friendly. All the essential boxes happily ticked 🙂
Dress: Tu clothing, Sandals & anklet: India, Cuff: BHS, Cocktail Rings: Antique shop, Watch: Swatch, Shades: Calvin Klein, Earcuffs: New Look
Come Summer and I automatically lean towards crisp cottons and loads of colours. Comfy sandals and (as always) complementing accessories are just some of my summer essentials. How would you define your summer wardrobe? And what does summer mean to you? Do share your thoughts.