Ideally I explain DIYs in proper steps with instructions but this eons-old-Tee-turned-into-a-tank was just an accident. It was an experiment fueled by my obsession of making crop tops from T-shirts. The idea to keep the armhole bigger was for some summer layering. So I layered it over a slip dress and wore a vintage Lee Cooper blazer on top. The rest of the look is quite simple. Hope you all like it because I am thinking to try this with a few old shirt too. Am I being looked like Edward Scissor Hands now?!
March has kept me really busy lately. Lakme Fashion Week didn’t even finish and I got confirmed to fly for WIFW. But this weekend I managed to slow down a bit and went to review Lee’s “D. F. X. -Special Effects Denim” range. After trying the one-of-a-kind jacquard, ombre-wash and laser printed jeans, I came on to one conclusion...this is so going to sell like hot cakes! The new collection is ultra-light (first thing to consider while buying denims), innovative and made for hot Indian summers. I challenged myself to work this brand-new range in my style. Can't wait to put up the looks on the blog!
DIY cropped T-shirt: Umbro
Skirt: Forever 21
Shoes: Forever 21
I wore this on the last day of Lakme Fashion Week. The time when I both dress up and work my ass off. So I dressed my casuals and deliberately left my beloved heels at home. The shoes are new and appearing for the first time on the blog. All the black accents that I took along fell in place with the white-grey combo. Coming to the slogan-trend-inspired Umbro T-shirt, well this was the nth thing I stole from my guy. Cropped it to half to get that high-low silhouette and a little more compliments.
All of my black beauties were taken for a walk the other day. From the newest-most-abused flatforms to the first-time-featuring T-bars, all have been faithful with my day, night, evening, whatever wear. I brought these all of these together and realized that one can never have enough black shoes.
Marks and Spencer pants