For me, Global Desi is all about being fun and quirky, and their latest collection with Liva fabric includes some really fun pieces that incorporate comfort too. When I tried these outfits on, I felt super comfortable, and free. The fabric felt like it was moving with me, and in my opinion, it doesn't get better than that! Wearing clothes that are so lightweight and breathable just help me feel so much more confident and happy. Since Liva's fabric is all about movement, the pieces from this collection are completely wearable on a daily basis. And of course, keeping to the Global Desi vibe, the colours and prints are very eye-catching!
I put together 3 looks with some of my favourite pieces from this range. I hope you like them!
I'm sure you're well aware of my monochrome obsession. So I'm sure this look doesn't need much of an explanation. For days when I want to look put together but I don't really feel it, a pair of palazzos and a printed top are pretty much perfection. I went with a simple pair of black palazzos that were so comfortable, I could live in them! The monochrome printed top added that edge to the entire look, along with a little more fluidity to maintain the balance. I finished the look with a red lip for that little pop of colour, and kept the accessories simple.
Top, bottoms - Global Desi; Sunglasses - Forever21; Shoes - DonebyNone
Talking about monochrome, this long line shirt was one of the first pieces that caught my eye from this range. I loved how the placket bursts of colour, while the rest is all neutral, creating a fun print clash as well. In contrast to how I usually style my hair and outfit, I went for a bolder look with this one. By layering the shirt over a pair of leather effect black shorts and a black crop top, and putting my hair up, the entire ensemble turned out to be super edgy. A pair of strappy heels, and a bold pink lip, and I was good to go!
Shirt dress - Global Desi; Top - Topshop; Shorts & necklace - Bangkok; Ring - Forever21; Shoes - Makemechic
This time round, I took the ethnic route. The orange ombre effect on this shirt dress/kurta was pretty much complete stunner in itself. I just paired it with a pair of black disco pants, and gold earrings, and kept it super simple.
Shirt dress - Global Desi; Pants - www.shopsnob.com; Sunglasses - Lola's Closet; earrings - Micare
Which was your favourite look? Tell me in the comments below!