| One Denim Jacket, three ways to style it |
Transitional weather dressing
It’s just so sad that Delhi does not have Fall. As soon as we feel chill in the air, winter is knocking the next day. Well I absolutely dread winters, no matter how many clothes I wear or how much layering I do, I never stop feeling cold. I am a forever summer child. So I decided to make the most of this transitional weather and help you guys with fall dressing ( for those of you who have Fall).
Denim jacket is a classic. So for this look I decided to show you guys three denim on denim looks on how to style your denim jacket for the transitional weather.
This denim jacket is 10 years old and I still can’t get enough of it…
So for the first look I buttoned up my denim jacket and wore it as a crop top. I paired it with my DIY boyfriend jeans that I made from my mom’s old discarded jeans. I used the accessories to add Indian touch to the outfit. I wore beautiful handcrafted paper jewellery (sun necklace and parrot earrings) from Girl thinks co. I wore my Kohlapuri Chappals and carried a polti bag (made for me by my Nani). I tied up my hair in a messy top knot and added clear glasses.
Denim Jacket : Old | Boyfriend jeans : DIY | Paper jewellery : Girl Thinks Co | Potli bag : Gifted | Kohlapuri chappals : Handicraft fair |
I have never been a tomboy. I have loved dressing up since the time I can remember but it’s fun to dress up like a tomboy once in a while. Don’t you think?
For this denim on denim look, I paired my denim jacket with my favourite vintage Levis cutoffs and wore a trippy hand-painted eyes tee with it. I wore white “art pop” sneakers that I diy’ed and wore over-sized sunglasses. A simple look.
Denim Jacket : Old | Hand painted eye tee : Adagio | Denim cutoffs : Vintage Levis | Sunglasses : Forever21
Food x Art x Fashion
If you have been reading my blog for a while now you must be aware of my love for anything and everything hand-made and hand-crafted. My came across a page called Cats and Bows on Instgram. Roshni, the master craftier makes the most unusual bows. Just look at this baked frosted bow and it’s in my favourite color purple.
I paired my button up denim dress with my denim jacket. For this look I kept all my accessories food inspired. I wore ice-cream earrings and frosted bow tie and carried my milk carton bag. I tied up my hair in a top knot (my go to hairstyle) and finished the look with nude Oxford shoes.
Denim Jacket : Old | Button up denim dress : Thrifted | Purple frosted bow : Cats and Bows | Ice-cream earrings : Adagio | Oxfords : gifted
Well there are innumerable ways to style your denim jacket and to wear denim on denim (it never really goes out of fashion). So which one is your favourite look? Let me know.
Diwali post is coming soon and I am super excited.