Hey there, my gorgeous girls! Hope y'all are doing good. This month has been crazy and I've literally gone bonkers managing events, travelling to places and a lot more that you've been seeing on my social media. With that, it had been really long since the last time I collaborated with one of my blogger friends for a post, and I just wanted to get a new girl on board this time. Hence, I teamed up with Saakshee Khosla from The Style Veda for a quick new outfit editorial.
A lot of you had been requesting me to show you different looks with the trend that's taking over fashion — the Amber Skirt from STALKBUYLOVE. Literally every second girl you see on instagram has been wearing it since it came out on sale and my mails were flooded with look posts for the same. Saakshee and I while scrolling through our inbox finally came up to a thought of sharing our personal styles twinning in the yellow buttoned down skirt, and below you can see the pictures and read some fun details about our collaboration!
necklace : Amore Couture
I'm wearing - skirt, shirt dress : StalkBuyLove | dupatta : Old Buy
Its true that everyone has a personal style of their own and we hate to play favorites, but if we were to pick one ‘70s trend to adopt, it would have to be the button-front A-line skirt. This season, strong iterations in both denim and suede have been spotted everywhere and since we've been searching the perfect piece, StalkBuyLove like always came to our rescue.
Yellow has been my love color since forever and pairing the bright long skirt with a long black shirt dress from StalkBuyLove itself, to give it a structure was my main move I say. The skirt is made of cotton linen with partial lining and inverted waist. You can wear it all the year round with tops and layers. As for this post, styling the skirt and shirt dress with a red dupatta inwardly from one side and gold necklace and earrings with a metallic handcuff made my look appear sleek and gave a hit to the Asian fashion I believe. The cream heels I wore, merged into the skirt color making the look appear super classy and fad. You can really try this look for evening parties and Indian functions as well!
On the contrary, Saakshee went in for an off-duty look, teaming up her skirt with a casual lined crop top from Zara and pairing it with her current favorite sneakers because she's more of an informal wearer. As I know, she's one crazy lover of accessories but for one thing goes at one time for her and hence she only chose to add a silver coin necklace to give the whole an edge and vibrancy. PS : The tattoo choker is like a permanent settlement there. You can carry this look in the day as well as in night by exchanging the pair of shoes with heels! Yeah?
Hope you all liked reading this post as much as we liked working on it for you. If you ask me, both the looks are my favorite as both Saakshee and I have created different styles to showcase. Being different body types we both enkindled the skirts in our own way creating surprises! — Do let us know in the comments below which look do you like more and if you have any further suggestions, do mention those too. We'd love to hear your take on our first collaboration :)
Photographed by : Mrinal Khatnani