| Summer in Dresses |
I hate jeans or jeggings or anything that hugs my body in summers especially if I am going out in the day. I love anti fit dresses for summers but you can totally go wrong with them and look like you are wearing a sack. I came across a home-grown label called Tussah by Sidhi Shah. Out of a sea of labels doing anti-fit fashion (who are doing almost the same thing) I found Tussah pretty interesting because of the details they put into each piece. I basically spend my summers in dresses so I decided to do a post about it.
Look 1 : Alice in Wonderland
Midi Anti-fit Dress
I am totally obsessed with pink right now so this dress was a pretty obvious choice right? But that wasn’t the case for this dress. I absolutely loved the details on this dress. The ruffled sleeves, the overlapping panel with the red circle and cute little buttons. This dress is pretty cute and fun. I kind of went crazy with my accessories with double heart earrings and hair bow and somehow this reminded me of Alice in Wonderland. I wore my blush sneakers with DIY satin ribbon lace and I was happily twirling in this dress.
Blush Sneakers : Topcrop | Quirky heart earrings : Adagio
Pink anti-fit dress with overlap panel : Tussah
Look 2 : Summer mint
Maxi Anti-fit Dress
Summer mint? Why summer mint? Well when I saw this mint dress I wanted to wear it because it looked so minty and airy, something that would definitely keep me look during the summers, so yes summer mint. The pink polka dots aren’t actually polka dots but 3D circles that are sewed onto the dress. Another thing that I love are the slit sleeves with the tassel details. I paired the dress with quirky “bittu ki gaddi” earrings in the shape of a van. Maxi dresses are saviours during the heat, super comfortable and airy. This one in particular does not compromise on style with uneven ruffle hem.
Mint Maxi dress : Tussah
Bittu di Gaddi earrings : Ruhh Studio
Look 3 : Bindi-ing in a dress
Ankle length anti-fit dress
Summer equals to shirt dresses for me. Shirt dresses take the minimal effort and look super chic. Just put on a shirt dress, pull your hair up and you are done. However I decided to give this dress an Indian twist with a little black bindi. I tied my hair in a braid, wore my wooden sun Buddha earrings to complement the wooden buttons on the dress and my rust mules to add a pop of color. The best part of this dress apart from being super light and flowey, is the overlapping panels on both sides which makes it different from any average anti-fit shirt dress. A pair of over-sized sunglasses and minimal make-up is my mantra this summer.
Dress : Tussah
Mules : Bata India
Earrings : Ruhh Studio
Sunglasses : street buy
These three kinds of anti-fit dress are my summer staple and don’t judge me if you see me wearing these everywhere. You can find these dresses and ever more awesome ones at Label Tussah.
Until Next Time