We all have this monotonous thinking of pairing black with solid colours and mostly with warm shades.. but you got it right.. I am really different when it comes to colour coordinating.. This was my outfit for Asian Designers Week 2016..
This was held in New Delhi and I got this opportunity to be a part of it and see the new amazing designers.. but as I have to be very true to the people who are reading this.. I really didn’t enjoyed how they putted the show.. Show was delayed by an hour and then the whole ambiance was not at all vibrant and appealing..
But the if this girl is dressed you got to shoot, so from there we went to other location after show but then it was all evening so had to wrap it very quick.. All in all this blog is all about going different and start mixing solids with patterns..
Choosing my favourite colour black as my solid.. I wore this amazing crop top which is again off-the-shoulder.. Ohky guys, I am not promising but I will try not to wear off-the-shoulder atleast for next 10 posts.. but yes its my obsession so its really difficult.. Coming back to the black crop top, it has this lace detailing all over and the most amazing thing is ithe sleeves which have a baggy finish.. I am really loving the lace as it gives a solid black crop top that could be very simple an element of grace and elegance..
The earings are bold, heavy, Indian and amazing.. You really don’t need alot of accessories to make your look spotting.. Just one statement piece can do wonders..
By now if you are following me and reading my blog, you must have spotted my love for clutches.. So yet again this beautiful clutch nailed it with this look.. The golden detailing makes it best for all types of look.. Matching the black heels is a great idea to bring the focus on the colourful part of your look.. I don’t know if you guys can spot but even my heels have black details of sequence..
So yes everything matches with the top but you must be thinking WHY.? So here is another tip of not going over the top crazy with mixing patterns or colours.. One really has to match and you always have to choose one thing which you want people should focus on and here my focus was the skirt..
This skirt has a balloon finish and these embroidered flower detail looks eye captivating.. I know I would be repeating this skirt once again with another twist because its soo beautiful.. but yes for now I think I have given all the focus to this skirt .. It has all this poping colours, net and embroidered details with this beautiful shade of green..
I want to mention that recently I shared a fact on facebook which said “Wearing Branded/designer kapray(clothes) is not fashion. Fashion is when you can wear a 500 ki skirt and make it look like 5000 ki skirt.” So, I want to surprise you guys by saying that this skirt was a steal from Chandni Chowk for Rs.500 and now you guys can comment below or in any of my social media handles that does it look expensive by how i have styled it.??
See basically what I wanted to say is you don’t need to buy expensive stuff to look stylish.. All you need to have is the basics of styling and teaming one thing with the other and you are actually good to go.. Affordable fashion is the key for enjoying the trends and looking super fashionable without burning your pockets..
So that was it.. That’s what I wore to Asian Designers Week and that’s how I looked.. And guys please let me know if I am doing well with the blog and if I need to change anything or you want me to style anything or copy any celeb.. I would love to do some blogs “on special demand” , what you guys suggest..
OK .BYE .NOW….
Top:- Shoppers Stop
Skirt :- Chandni Chowk
Clutch :- Globus
Picture Credit:- Swagat Sharma Photography