I’ll be really honest guys, I am super excited(also slightly ashamed) to blog about this particular outfit.
Like any other new blogger, I was trying hard to come up with a new outfit that’s different and out of my comfort zone. I scouted through my entire wardrobe and I couldn’t find a single thing that was different. So I did something shameful!
I had recently decluttered my closet and put them in bags to give away to shelter homes. And then I found something I bought long back, never worn, rejected because it was a bad online purchase and it’s this black surplice crop top! The poor top was in my pile of bad clothes as I believed I cannot look good in a crop top.
Let’s move onto my trousers which I specifically purchased to wear with ethnic (indian) wear. Since my previous jobs never required me to wear formal attire, these trousers too didn’t have a special place in my heart.
And a sleeveless trench has become a staple piece in my wardrobe. They look so chic and you can pair them with anything! I have collected 3 so far and I don’t think the obsession will stop.
So there it is, these discarded items when put together became an extremely flattering outfit. The key to this magic was the crop top which draws the eye to the thinnest part of the body when paired with high waist trousers or even skirts. And the sleeveless trench gives such an edgy vibe. I also flicked this neckpiece and my green slingbag from the donation bag as they were quite old but in mint condition ( I’m going to hell 😦 )
Outfit Details –
Top – Koovs
Trousers – Dorothy Perkins, Jabong
Sleeveless Trench – Boltons, NYC
Shoes – H&M
Bag – Old (donebynone)
Necklace – Old (thriftstore)