Sunday, 22 March 2015

Maxi Kimono

Hello Chicas,

In today's post I will be sharing with you all my latest summer purchase which happens to be a maxi kimono.

The over-size kimono is in ivory with sheer fabric and beautiful thread embroidery. I specially love the back of this kimono which has a butterfly embroidery. After buying it, I was super confused as to what to pair it with as I am not in the shape to wear shorts right now. :P After hunting my wardrobe I got hold of this plum jumpsuit which was a sale purchase last year and found it perfect to go with the kimono.

I have completed the look with golden cuff, a statement ring and chain linked necklace. Also a wide brim fedora to shun the sun! :)

Tuesday, 10 March 2015

Peplum paired with Mini Skirt

 Hello Chicas,

Today's outfit post is on Peplum top. For those who are not aware of the Peplum trend, it's characterized by a flared ruffle around the waistline and was first introduced by Dior. If worn right, Peplum looks flattering on all body types. People who are skinny can wear it to give an illusion of a fuller waistline while those who are curvy can wear it to further enhance their curves without drawing attention to the problem area. 

The Peplum top I'm wearing is a recent purchase from Faballey which I won't recommend to anyone as I wasn't really satisfied with the material and quality. The top is in a simple T-shirt form with the ruffle in leather which I have paired it up with a floral mini skirt. I have added some gold accents in the form of gold chain neck-piece and watch. Also, my favorite reflective aviators in yellow completed the look. So glad to finally flaunt it in the scorching heat! So sorry, but you guys will see more of it in the next few posts. :)

Sunday, 1 March 2015

How to Style a Petite Frame!

Hello Chicas,

Today's post is about how to style a petite frame which is characterized by short and slim body type. I'm myself 5''2' but I don't believe in stereotype dressing where you are supposed to stick to a particular type of clothing meant for short people. I mean, don't you hate it when you are frowned upon on buying a maxi dress or skirt and all the 'gyans' you hear on how it is not meant for short people. If you are one of them who like to experiment and try new trends and love to break the rules read on the tips and tricks below:

High-Waist Styles

Nothing works better than high-waist clothing for short people, whether it's a high rise denim or a skirt, so stock it up girls! Skirt or denim starting from high waist gives an illusion of longer legs and thus making you look taller. In the pics below I am sporting dungaree skirts, one in floral print and the other one in denim. I'm not into flat shoes at all, I just can't concentrate in flats. :D However, in this particular shoot for plaid and denim look, I wore these yellow flat booties, but as you can see the high waist skirt did the trick and made me look taller without any help of high heels!