Saturday 19 September 2015

Hanging around in MissaMore

Hi girls!! Hope everyone's having a good September!

I would really like to apologize to keep all of you waiting for this collaboration post, since so many of you kept on insisting me to do one with a blogger. Well, let me tell you, Lucknow city doesn't have too many bloggers, but I luckily came across this fabulous girl Sumbul Siddiqui recently on instagram and she turned out to be one in my city, who writes some amazing stuff on her blog - Style Bon. Well, I feel what has to happen, does happen any how, so yeah I met her and approached her for a collab post and she instantly agreed. Also, we've become quite good friends now and today we both have something for all you lovely ladies, so keep scrolling down and read!

She's wearing - slit maxi top : Missa More | spaghetti : Jockey | pants, rings : Globus
heels : WalkIn Store | bag, necklace : GK Market | sunglasses : Amazon

I'm wearing - dress : Missa More | heels : Forever 21 | bag : Hotel Shop in Jammu
watch : Quartz | sunglasses : Vogue Eyewear

Being fashion bloggers, we're both looked upon as fashionistas, not just by our friends but other girls too! But we all need to understand that not every girl has the same fashion statement or style. Being individuals, we both know what will look good upon us and how we should carry different attires, suiting upon our body structures! So recently, Sumbul and I came across a new online clothing store by the name Missa More and we both fell in love with their pieces. While she chose to get her hands on a slit maxi top, I bought a shift dress that I felt would suit my body. And, we surprisingly picked up plaid prints for both our attires!

When it came to styling both our pieces, Sumbul teamed up her top with a pair of black pants and a black spaghetti and let her maxi top open and loose. Though she had an option of closing all her buttons on the front but she let it out to flair, which also looked more like a cape! The best part about her top is that its a versatile piece that she can team up with a short dress, or a pair of colored pants and any sort of short top, which would even look good in an evening party! Coming to my short dress, I loved it for two major reasons that it was a loose fit and had full sleeves. It is also buttoned up till the waist and has a touch of a shirt which looked quite sporty and casual and can be worn on a brunch party or a casual day-out with friends! Did I mention both our outfit sleeves could be rolled up too? Anyways, so for our feet we both picked up pairs of black heels each because it went perfectly with both our attires. And, while she chose to add a little bohemian-bling to her ensemble by adding a fringe-chain necklace with a similar style bag, some gold plated rings, and mirror glass aviators; I completed my entire look by adding trendy accessories like a metal watch, a pair of cat-eye sunglasses which a friend gifted me on my birthday and a fringe bag which I got from Jammu city about 10 years back while on my trip to Vaishno Devi. You can't even imagine how carefully I keep my things so that I can use them later!

Finally, we're both in love with our clothes from Missa More and since both of us are flawed by the sexy pieces, we would recommend you to try some from the site too. There are several reasons why we liked clothes from this store, and the first one being the fabric which is so durable and comfortable; cotton-casement suitable for both summer and winter months and the quality is amazing too! Another reason is that the prints are eye catching and leave you mesmerized, not only plaids but abstracts also. To end, we also realized that be it the A-line silhouette dresses or the slit tops & maxis, all the pieces are just amazingly designed keeping in mind the different body structures but can suit to the curves of most girls. And, if you're still not convinced, you should go ahead and check out their website for some exquisite designs!

Photographed by : Nahid Saman