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Hey Guys! I am back from my hiatus! My last blog post was somewhere in October. Post that I kind of lost the motivation to write (Too many reasons for that) and was only putting up posts on Instagram but I won’t rant about it right now!
However, I received many messages asking me about my upcoming blog posts and why I wasn’t putting up anything on the site. I feel tremendously grateful to each one of you who’ve always appreciated my blog content and have waited patiently for me to come back on the forum. My only motivation to write again is YOU GUYS!! So thank you once again! Also, I’ve decided that most of the content going up on the blog, henceforth will be my personal style. I’ll try and do as many “non-sponsored” blog posts to maintain the authenticity of the blog.
So without further adieu, lets nose dive into today’s subject i.e Street Style
This is truly a vast subject and there are many dimensions to this area of fashion such as layering, mixing prints, cuts, textures etc.
Street Style can be borderline drab if it isn’t styled correctly.
In this post, I’ve put up two StreetStyle looks which will cater to all seasons.
Look1: Ardent fans of Gossip Girl will related to this look. Went all Blair Waldorf by styling this tweed sleeveless dress with frayed hem and a black polo-neck sweater with black stockings. The pearl detailing on the cuffs give a classy look to the ensemble. To add a little color, I paired the outfit with red satin heels, red-toned studs and topped it off with bright red lips. This look is perfect for light winters, especially in Bombay.
Head to toe: Zara
Look 2: Play fast and loose with proportions. This applies both to the whole ensemble and to the pieces themselves. In this look, I’ve styled and an oversized shirt with paper bag trousers. In Order to avoid looking like a gunny sack, I tucked one-half of the shirt into the pants and paired the ensemble with nude embellished boots. The neon shades were a last minute addition coz I was in a serious mood to experiment.
Head to toe: Zara
Photography: Palak Shah ( https://www.instagram.com/oatcookie_child )
Look 2 location: Yiamas (Mumbai)
I had a ball playing around with different styles and putting them all together to create these looks.
Hope you like them too and as always, I will be eagerly waiting for your feedback!
Until next post!
You’re Vogue Amigo ❤