A twist in the tale #Experimentaldressing


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When I started my fashion page last week, I had decided to put one post every weekend. Soon realising it isn’t going to be an easy target, keeping up with my 100 other priority jobs. Although I had formulated a look in my mind, doing that up and taking pictures was the tougher part, given the time crunch in life.

So here I am, fighting time and a mild attack of migraine and trying to make something innovative out of my regular wears.

I believe that money can buy us fashion but not fashion sense. It depends, if we intend to, we can imbibe creative ideas from our surroundings and add that twist to our common clothes.

The look that I will decrypt today is the one captured in the picture above.

Dress details: I am wearing my favourite long black Zara skirt with an indulgent slit. I have worn it with different tops and it never fails me. In fact it is my ‘go to’ kind of attire. But this time I have teamed it with my black slip and it gives the illusion of a black overall. Now the twist to the conventional, is my another favourite, my long, chequered, front open, Vero Moda dress which I have used like a shrug. I personally think that if this dress had some colours, it could be more dramatic, but I used what I had.

This time I am wearing a silver coil statement neck-piece (not original) which is a part of my street shopping haul. Well, not actually street shopping, I bought it from the makeshift stalls in Korum Mall, Thane. I have got some really cool junk jewellery from those stalls at times. I have avoided earrings with this ensemble.

Going with the black and while theme of my dress, I am wearing a black and white Steve madden heel.

Face details: I have put some regular face cream. An irresistible red pout, to break the monotony of black & white and winged eyeliner goes with this look. A little blush on for that dewy skin appearance. I have tied my hair into a messy bun. If you have nice smoothened hair, leave it open with a center parting, it will look very chic.

Hope you liked reading my post, and do not forget to let me know in the comment section below, what you think of my experimental dressing.

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Stay happy, stay beautiful!!

All pictures courtesy : Avishek Sengupta

I am participating in the #SuperBloggerAcademy linky party by Healthwealthbridge Dr. Amrita and

allaboutthewoman Dr. Bushra.


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