Skirt & Shirt - Forever21; Bag - Colaba; Cuff - www.asos.com; Shoes - New Look; Sunglasses - Ray Ban
This weather transition has obviously had it's effects on my style, which is pretty evident from my everyday outfits. But it has also changed the kind of beauty/hair care products I've been using, and I'll probably make a video on the transition products sometime soon. Coming to the style now, one of my favourite parts of summer is that every store has a million bright prints, mainly different variations of florals, which I love! Now as much as I'd like to wear a different floral print everyday, I wouldn't want my style to get monotonous. And this is where tie-dye comes in. I got this tie-dye printed maxi skirt from Forever 21 last summer, and I believe that it provides that break from the florals without being boring. I've always been quite interested in the way tie-dye prints are created, and hope to experiment with creating one myself someday. I know tie-dye is not very difficult, but laziness gets the better of me when I think about sitting down to do it. My mother once made a tie and dye kurti for me when I was a child, and I was so fascinated by the way it turned out in the end. I think that was when my love for tie-dye began.
Now a lot of silver and bohemian accessories have been taking over social media off late, and I've sort of hopped onto the bandwagon myself. But I don't think I'll ever really get over my love for gold and rose gold. This cuff that I recently got from River Island on Asos has been part of so many outfits I've worn recently, that it obviously had to make it's way to the blog as well! I paired the skirt with a knotted black shirt, and just went for shoes and a bag with gold accents to compliment the rest of the look. A pair of aviators and my all-time favourite Velvet Teddy lipstick, and I was good to go!
I met a few lovely readers from Surat while shooting this post, and it made me feel so blessed and thankful for you guys. Sending lots of love to all you guys! Have a lovely day!