Winter Fashion

Stripe and Lace










Reflectors : Forever21 | Lita’s : | Leather Bag : Leather exhibition, Delhi Haat | Earring : Local Market


Lace Maxi Kimono : Indian Gully
Off-shoulder stripe body-con midi dress : Indian Gully

Winter is here and so is Winter Fashion! ( kind off). People here have been praying for extreme cold and chilly winds forever. This weather has already made me a grumpy old lady. What’s there too like about winters? Wearing gazillion layers of clothing and feeling like a real life teddy bear? The days are so short and the sun keeps playing hide and seek, one can’t even get a good dose of warm golden sunlight *frowns*. With Christmas and New Year’s just around the corner, I can atleast distract myself from cribbing about the weather all day long. Delhi people are die-hard lovers of Dili ki Sardi and not much people usually agree with my ideology. In biotechnology, we are taught that each organism has an optimum growth temperature and I guess that is what spring/summer is for me. ( yes winter has made me go completely bonkers)

Winters means packing all my summer dresses in beautiful prints and colors that I just bought this summer and it just breaks my heart. So I didn’t want to pack my summer dress and keep the spirit of summer alive. It’s not like I don’t like cold weather at all, I do and that weather is called spring. Winters are too extreme for me. So I got this monochrome stripe midi dress from an Instagram Page that I came across recently called Indian Gully. I just got this dress and I didn’t want to pack it up with summer clothes so I decided to wear this dress for winters. For me layering is the key to winter fashion. So I styled this midi dress with my good old black stockings and chunky knit black muffler. I added a sleek leather belt to accentuate my waist. Horizontal stripes are figure flattering and create an illusion of a proportionate figure so it’s a win-win.

I added ankle length Lita’s and my current favourite reflectors that I got from Forever21. Black and white is a classic combination and I wanted to keep the entire look monochrome so I added this white maxi lace kimono from Indian Gully over my dress to complete the look. My hair tend to get fizzy in winters due to the knits and sweaters so I tied my hair in a loose side braid and added a silver stud in one ear. Not liking winters doesn’t mean you don’t have to dress well. You can not like winters and still dress like a star. I hope you guys this monochrome look for winter and there are many posts yet to come on winter fashion.

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