When it comes to Jackets, Ethnic jackets have always been an idea of style quotient that I have craved for. A simple jacket has the ability to change your look in just few steps or by using a few different accessories and clothes.
Today’s blog shall purely focus on styling a Simple Ethnic Cotton Printed Jacket bought from Max store, Pimpri in three different ways.
First : When you have a deepest desire to wear your hot-pants but still want to end up looking a bit on the traditional side this is the best escape that one can choose. Here I am sporting : light blue denim shorts picked up from Thailand’s Street Market teamed with a black racer back by Jockey and the The cotton Jacket. I have paired it up with black gladiators by Roadster bought online from Myntra and silver Earrings from Perline by Rucha.
Second : My love for Sarees is endless and while trying to stylise almost anything this is the ‘Go-To’ attire I would die to style for. Bloated stomach, big thighs, small boobs; well, a Saree has the ability to make all these imperfections equal to nothing at all. So, here I have worn : A Red cotton-silk mix saree bought from a flea market in Santipur,West Bengal teamed with a black Jockey sports bra and The cotton Jacket. Paired with the Blue coloured peep-toe Stilettos by Steve Madden and silver Jhumka bought from a flea market put up in NSD, Delhi.
Third : This look turned out to be my favourite as it is airy, open and covered all at the same time (what else would one want on a summery hot day? 😉 ) Here I wore : A dark blue Palazzo bought from Central teamed with black Jockey sports bra and The cotton Jacket. Paired it with Blue coloured peep-toe Stilettos by Steve Madden and silver jewellery which was a gift from an aunt (gifts always come handy, don’t they 😉 ) and to add that colour-pop effect (and also to carry all the ‘must-haves’ 😉 ) a bright coloured cotton Jhola by Ethnicity.
Photography by : Sahil Shikalgar my favourite person 😀 . Follow him on instagram .
Styling done by : Me and Vishaka Ayalur my co-blogger.