Louis Vuitton is one label that I really love. It started with frequent trips in my teenage days to the LV store outlet to yearn for those bags with a silent determination to acquire them one by one someday. And after the first difficult plunge, it no longer seems like an impossible dream.
My relationship with a breezy outfit is something I cannot explain. Its similar to my love for Navy and variants of blue, about how I keep getting attracted to the colour despite there being more attractive colours. I love clothes that I can play around in, and I feel really good when I can feel the movement of the fabric of clothes when I’m wearing them.
A leggy post to start with, I decided to try the concept of creating the illusion of longer legs on my tiny frame by playing with my outfits. After several mix and match I concluded that aligning my legs a certain way to the camera gave me what I’d ever hoped for – Something that I could gloat only through my pics and say that in that particular image my legs made me look tall. Like vertical stripes making a person appear tall, aligning one’s body in a certain angle is what I feel the key to flaunting the things you’ve wanted to. But that doesn’t necessarily work in our favour in real life, where we can’t keep aligning our body 360 degrees for other’s to make their ideas about our style. Hence, I started experimenting with clothes that otherwise flaunt things that I like to flaunt in a good way. Like this dress and these flats for instance. Very basic stuff.
This post is one such post where I’m featuring a look trying to look my comfortable best while keeping my personal style preferences in check. Heels are basically my go to footwear and I barely wear flats or sneakers but lately, I’ve been thinking that I ought to take a break and try something different.