From Kimonos to platforms , Asian influence brings on the sex appeal. There was a huge boom of oriental prints and designs in the late 1920s. The fluid drapes, the lusciousness of the fabric and the delicate prints together make for a feminine and soft look but we turned it around. We decided to go all out bold and edgy but still have a hint of Asian aesthetics running through the ensemble.

What’s in is out, we wear corsets over tee shirts and slip dresses over shirts so who says you can’t rock a bathrobe outside? When it’s as gorgeous as this one you ought to ! Paired this blue satin bathrobe with a white top and floral print skirt with a black mesh layer and used the tie up as a belt around the waist to give it a cinched look. Big chunky heel along with a white satin choker that I made out of scrap fabric tied the whole look together.



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Bathrobe : Chinese flea market,Beijing

Top : Janpath

Skirt :

Heels : Forever 21


Hey guys ! We are team Stylelocked. Being design students we are both passionate about all that is quirky and creative. Being fauji brats we’ve travelled all over and have experienced diverse cultures. So if you love fashion and want to go easy on your pocket , Stylelocked is the place for you. We love restyling, combining different styles and creating our own statement.
    1. thanks terry 😀

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