Ray of Sunshine!
How are you doing today? Hope things are as amazing at your end as they are on mine. I’ve decided that I’m going to post every alternate day (yes, I am going to bombard you guys with a lot of posts now).
Coming back to the post, long slit tops are a big hit right now, they are so versatile that you can pair them up with shorts, denims, leggings, short & long skirts, etc. Here, I paired my slit-out with palazzo pants. If you guys have already not heard about this brand Missa More, then you should totally give it a look (and thank me later). They have one of the best collections of slit-outs that I have seen, offered at giveaway prices.
As I mentioned above that how these tops are so versatile, they are a perfect fit for casual days and you can up their game just by pairing them up with the right kind of bottoms (and add a few baubles, ofcourse).
I picked up a top in subtle beige color and paired it up with black palazzos. The cut of both these things camouflaged my lower part of the body, exactly the way I wanted because just like most indian women, I happen to have heavy bottom. For the shoes, I went for my classic nude block heels to add a little height.
Since the whole look was too minimalistic, I’ve used heavy accessories (trust me, you won’t complain) from Simran Chhabra’s collection. I’ve always had a thing for quirky & unique pieces of jewellery and Simran’s brand served me quite right.
On my ears, I am wearing earrings carved on real sea shells with meenakari work. These earrings give a modern-ethnic look and thus can be worn with any kind of outfit! Isn’t it already sounding so fascinating? (See the pictures below). I’ve also used this beautiful bucket clutch I had my eyes on, ever since I saw it. The work & detailing on this clutch is so intricate and beautiful that I feel no picture can do justice to it. I wore a statement ring too from her latest collection “Recall” which is all things vintage. You can see her collection here.