Many people have said, – “Fashion is ART and you are the CANVAS.”
Most of us love buying new clothes for every occasion. Later, we don’t understand how to reuse them. Precedence to the above quotation, we can design various looks from one piece of clothing.
So, I want to share the four different attires I styled with my red long flared skirt.
Style1: Cocktail Look
I had to attend a Cocktail party, where I wanted to wear a long dress but had no time to shop. Also I didn’t want to repeat any of my old dresses (girls are girls :)). So, I coordinated this red skirt with a red sleeveless top I already had.
I tucked in the red top into the skirt and teamed up with a black belt and accessorized with ethnic red and golden danglers.
Style 2: Lehenga Look
I don’t fancy spending too much on lehenga – choli coz I do not get a chance to wear them frequently. So when my friend was getting married, I wondered what to do??? I decided to use this red skirt as the lehenga. To compliment it I got one red blouse along with a golden long net jacket stitched. I used a border around the jacket and the dupatta.
I accessorized it with a maang tikka and vintage earrings (borrowed from my mum).
Style 3: Kurta Look
So I had another random day wedding during the winters. I wanted to look simple yet dressy. This multi coloured silk kurta which you can see in the picture is originally with the pajami. I tried to give a different look and coordinated the kurta with this red skirt. I used the dupatta from the same suit and accessorised the attire with a maang tikka and an ethnic red and golden clutch.
Style 4; Fusion Look
Well that’s my favourite look. While my travel to Jaipur with my mother we visited chokhi dhani. I wanted to wear an Indian fusion / Indo Western that evening. Again I had this long red skirt, which I coordinated with a basic black full sleeves top and a printed dupatta. The border of the dupatta is red so it coordinated well with the whole attire. I accessorised it with Meenakari black and golden jhumkas.Also to give a zing to this ensemble I used a Rajasthani multi coloured, mirror work belt.
Do tell me which is your favourite look: 1, 2 3 or 4