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 : Myntra.com
Heels : Forever 21