Autumn has set in. I took a week’s vacation to enjoy the last days of summer in my hometown-Manipur. It wasn’t a pre-planned trip, so I packed whatever I could find in sight. However, I… More
So, we are already approached by the season of “floral for spring, ground breaking” Uhm I’m not leaving floral ever! I like floral prints. I find them very feminine. We see different floral designs and ensemble varying from season to season and I think that is great. Floral design lovers like me don’t have to stop wearing florals.
For spring and summer, I like florals on flowy fabrics. Like this chiffon skirt with slightly chunky floral designs on it. This piece is light weight and very comfy to wear in this hot weather. It’s effortless to carry too.
This skirt is a DIY wrap skirt, made by my mama and I. Before this piece was re-born as a wrap skirt, it was a saree. Oh I love the print as a saree too! However, I have other floral printed sarees, so I decided to sacrifice this one. And I don’t regret it.
I wear it to the park, to the mall and also, plan to wear it on casual-wear days at work, known as Fridays! Because of it’s midi length, I wear it comfortably. It has a demure style to it.
Pairing: I paired this skirt with a plain white top. This keeps the focus on the skirt, without any clashing of other prints. I would totally wear it with a purple shade top too. That would match the floral color of the skirt.
Accessories: Well, as you can see I added a pop of color to the outfit. I think that’s one of the things I do best with my outfits – adding a pop of color. It gives life to the whole outfit and I also find that it makes my outfit more cheerful.
The yellow bag and the shoes were my ultimate choice of accessories for this outfit. I’m not lying when I say, these accessories turned heads and got compliments. You can check my Instagram post to verify. LOL! Seriously though.
I have linked few items, that I also love, that could be used to out together similar outfits.
That is all for now. Thank you for reading. Hope you found certain pieces (if not all) relatable to your spring-summer style.
The Petite Damsel