Every time I shop for clothes and put together a look for myself, I go with my instincts. Once I get ready and see myself in the mirror, I often begin to start deconstructing my choices in the head. I think about why I chose a particular colour, pattern or an accessory. Honestly, this has become one of the most fun parts of the entire process for me over a period of time.
So let’s dive in and deconstruct this look mine.
While putting this look together, I was clear that this is going to be a casual brunch kind of look. The look of the dress, colors, accessories and other details were chosen keeping precisely that in mind. Of course, I was looking to make it comfortable and classy, but at the same time I wanted the overall feel to be quite trendy.
The Zip Up pattern top by SwishBoss mesmerised me the moment its sample came to me while creating the dozens of other devices that we did. Ironically, I am not a huge fan of solid colours, but there was something about this top that made me instantly pick it up for this look. Maybe, it was the ruffles or zip up pattern. Particularly the ruffles at the waist gave it a good structure.
The reason I clubbed this particular Bershka denims was the black lace up. The hint of dark colour that it added to the otherwise light colour denims worked wonders for the overall look of the outfit. The black lace up opened doors for me to further experiment and add another colour to the look of the outfit. Also, the high waist of the denims beautifully complimented the ruffle line of the top.
To match the lace up, I chose to go ahead with the black pencil heels along with a black Zara bag. It not only added to the trendy appearance of the dress, but also kept the style and class intact. In order to ensure that I don’t overdo it, I kept the jewellery quite subtle and ensured it’s not at all loud. Lastly, the Daniel Wellington watch gave me an opportunity to give this look a ‘complete’ feeling.
It’s always a fun process creating these looks for you all. Do tell me in the comments what you think about this
look and how you would have done it differently.