After being MIA for a few days and launching the new issue of my magazine Miracle, I wanted to do a summer chic look on the blog. While wrap skirts have been a comparatively diminishing trend over past few years, it’s my retreat. I have found a way to keep them rather chic while keeping my favorite monotone in the outfit.
My personal style has evolved a lot over the years. Florals turned into subtle florals, color choices shifted towards black, white and other somber shades, and I started sticking to mono or dual tone outfits. It’s needless to say that I’m a shopaholic and I’ve always decluttered my closet to replace them with new.
Statement sleeves are my favorite trend for the season and I’ve been hoarding all kinds of statement sleeves from bell sleeves to puffed sleeves to ruffled sleeves to gigot sleeves in my spring/summer closet. Statement sleeves not only adds a dramatic flair to your outfit but it’s the perfect way to make a ‘look at me’ mark on the map of street style with its chic and fun edge.
Well, the Coachella festival or the festival season, is an annual three-day music and art festival held in the Colorado Desert, California. The festival which was initially known to be fashion for its Bohemian outfits, metamorphosed into a weekend of music, super-stylish concert goers and a place that marks the beginning of their personal summer style.
It’s been quite some time since I posted on the blog; I was tangled up in my exams’ emotional dilemma and pride. But, I have been styling a lot of looks together simultaneously, that I would be posting in the coming weeks. Today, I’m bringing you my saviour shade of all time: black.
This winter was the season of statement furs and well, fur in everything possible from the Gucci fur mules to the Fendi statement fur coats, and how can I miss the cool Karl Lagerfield fur key chain! I have always had a thing for fur, so, this season was definitely my win-win season.