The art of dressing takes time and patience. What may work for one might not work for another. To be able to really understand one’s own style we must give up on what is trending and what Gigi Hadid is wearing. Maybe you like crop tops, maybe you don’t ; you shouldn’t feel the need to wear something because it’s “in”.
The worst mistake we can do as individuals is to be shackled by trends and opinions people have about us. About our bodies. About our gender.
Keeping in mind how all of us are different in our own unique ways I came up with a blog post on how to conceal and reveal in balance. If you’re somebody who struggles with the idea of showing too much skin or wearing clothes that are too tight this is your guide to looking uber cool while still feeling comfortable.
I firmly believe that fashion is art and art is fashion. Clothes might have functionality but style reflects much more than comfort and function. It reflects who you are, what choices you make, what opinions you voice.
Visual balance is key when it comes to putting together an outfit. In simple terms it means the visual weight of an ensemble looks even and distributed, this may be due to colour,shape, pattern etc. Here I tried creating a ruffle on ruffle look without being over the top.
I am not a fan of the cold shoulder so I am glad that the one shoulder has made a come back and we do not have to deal with those hideous sneek-a-peek shoulders but rather enjoy the curvature of one’s collar bones and magnificent neck. For those of us who struggle with the idea of wearing one shoulder but still find ruffles extremely cute here’s your cue to layer! I layered my ruffled top with a rib full sleeves t-shirt in white. Paired with powder blue flared pants with ruffle details and silver kitten heels with more ruffles!( yes, more.)
“Statement earrings are what shoes were to Carrie Bradshaw for a generation who wear Stan Smiths.” – Man Repeller. Accessorised with heart shaped earrings and a tinted pair of retro sunglasses.
Play peek-a-boo with your outfits that keeps everyone guessing and heads turning.
Shot by Deeksha Tiwari