“Too much good taste can be very boring. Independent style, on the other hand, can be very inspiring.” — Diana Vreeland
Hi guys, hope you all are doing great. Well, that’s a lot happening in my life currently. So, instead of making it a life update post, which will be soon live on the blog let’s get directly to the current post.
So, if you guys know me, you would probably be aware that I am a big fan of basics and solid colors, you can literally team them up with anything. So, this post is all about how I styled my 2 basic pieces to make it quite appropriate for everyday affair and definitely being budget-friendly.
So, for this look I picked up my solid black t-shirt, which I believe is a staple in anybody’s wardrobe irrespective of gender, age group or body type. Now if you follow me on Instagram, you would notice me flaunting this t-shirt with flared skirts, palazzo and denims, and this time on a casual day out, I decided to pair it up with a scarf just to avoid the slight cooler evenings in Bangalore. I teamed it up with my favorite culottes and tied-up denim flats, which I am currently obsessed with. To complete my look I pleated my scarf, you can even opt for a dupatta or shawl and belt it up at your waist to give a sleek look. If you are a college student and want to uplift your basics for giving you that instant fresh look without overdoing , then always go for layering your solid tees with jackets, shrugs, shirts or even an everyday scarf can do the magic. So, you see, the options are endless to create your own look and never forget to apply the concept of less is more for that edgy feel.
Ethnic has always been my love and I never miss a chance to flaunt it, but then I make sure that all my ethnic outfit styling do have an Indo-western touch to reflect the vibrancy of my personal style. I always wanted to own a plain off-white or white kurti , which again you can say is an example of basic in ethnic styling, the options are never ending when it comes to styling it which would be perfect for any time of the year.
To be honest, I love colors, it makes me feel genuinely good from inside which is the key factor for a balance of confidence and elegance. A colorful dupatta can best go with an off-white kurti, the colors seem to write their own story with every movement of yours. You can team it up with a pair of jeans and you are good to go for a college event, festival or strolling around the city. To add some extra drama to this look, I opted for flashy shades ,pompom earrings and bright lips which is my personal favorite combination.
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