What I realised after wearing this look was how comfortable they look feels. Its not like I don’t wear Palazzo pants at all. But I find my style preferences lean more towards more skirts and dresses that are more form fitting at one point of my body. And this look is certainly a change from what I usually wear. Like they say, one needs to take one step at a time to incorporate changes into one’s life. And to me, experimenting opens many new doors that I never knew existed.
Exposing a bit in India is still considered a risqué factor. To be honest, I still see girls wear dresses with leggings, shorts with leggings and drape an outerwear over a spaghetti strap top or a sleeveless dress and I know why I see that. Most of our girls are still hesitant to what they might believe as over exposing their body. Now not all Indian girls are like that and as bloggers we do try our best to change that perspective that not all girls who do dare dressing are bad girls. I’ve come across articles where girls have been slammed for inappropriate dressing and I stand my ground that it isn’t the dressing that promotes one’s character! Style does promote one’s personality but Character? No!
Initially I wanted to feature this really cute top because of the bow at the back. I got it from Chicwish again and while I initially wasn’t really interested in it, it was until I saw a blogger featured on Chicwish showing the back part that made me really interested in this piece. I love off-shoulder tops. I know its overrated but I’ll continue to wear off-shoulder tops as I love them so much. And it doesn’t even matter if they go off trend. As long as I feel good wearing it, I’ll continue to wear it.
Badges are created to honour those who persevere and since in my profession, I doubt I would get a badge of recognition, I decided to create my own badge. A string of items with my Brand logo on it that I can carry with pride anyway. That lead me to go to Mr.Monkies a brand that helps customise sneakers and t-shirts just the way you want to.