What is better than 10 in-trend items of clothing? 1 versatile item.
Very few things are more beautiful than a classic item of clothing that can be effortlessly hauled from one season to the next. A Little Black Dress is on top of that list. It has been dragged through the mud, washed out clean with a tumble-dry cycle, hung out in the breeze and once again used for the next day. The LBD has clearly been overworked. Let’s send it onto a well-deserved holiday.
In today’s post we’re tearing the reins and calling the Pink Shift Dress, a versatile piece. We’ll explore how it can be taken from a desi-avatar to a playful tomboy scene to a sweet girl-next-door look. All of these 3, may we mention, effortlessly. So let’s kick in this beautiful week with our Look #1!
Whoever said that dresses are for the girly-girls? In this look, I’ve voted for a black mini backpack with stud details on them, a hip-hopper hat in the same shade and a pair of emerald green All-Star Converse. My favorite part of the look are the shoes, as their color add such a interesting factor. Turns out pink and emerald green are long-lost friends and i am only happy to reunite them. A small element to be noticed here is, that the accessories do all the talking, while the dress plays along like an duteous friend.What makes this look a winner however, are the loud accessories such as the rebellious studded bag, the boyish feel of the hat and the color-game between the dress and the shoes. Sport these like a badge of honor and watch yourself being a step ahead of the rest of the girls who think dresses are just for Sunday brunches. Remember how we were always encouraged to think outside the Box, when we were kids? Abide that everyday while you dress-up. Change, revamp, alter, modify, convert, restyle your basics and watch as a whole new wardrobe is reconstructed out of your much-loved pieces. You can thank me later for shifting the lid on your Box
Also, tell me what you thought of how the Pink Shift Dress has been styled in this post and what are your go-to accessories to change a outfit.
Thanks for reading!
Photography : Varun Narayan
MUA : Pallete by Pooja and Priya
Photo editor : Sushanth NS