There are Classic White shirts and then there is a white shirt dress , I would call it a classic too and an equally versatile classic. I love to give my own twists to the outfits I wear and add some character to it to , it all is just so much fun.
I don’t really plan my outfits ever its all last minute and it all just turns out fun always , planning my outfits too much just doesn’t work for me. Well they say never say never….maybe I turn into this person who plans and keeps outfits sorted but right now this is who I have been..
Back to the white shirt dress. Read here about how I styled it earlier. Adding unique accessories always help give character to any basic outfit. This time I added a different element to my dress, I added another dress , yeah you read right. I had been looking for a tulle slip dress for a while and since I couldn’t find a basic one I got this made. I keep sending fabrics to my tailor in Delhi with my drawings and he always (touchwood) gets what I want and I am able to add dash of my customised quirks to my garments.
So I styled my White Shirt Dress with my Tulle Slip Dress, It made it look like another outfit altogether. As a style coach I would suggest you experiment a bit here and there to make your outfits interesting and make them look like a brand new outfit.
I was in mood for a top knot , so a top knot it was. I felt like keeping the look mono chrome. So The White Shirt Dress and Black Tulle Dress over it and my favouritest Black Patent Leather Monk shoes (excuse my grammar sometimes…needed to tell you how much I like my shoes …sigh ).
Monochrome called for some break hence my very favourite , another classic , Ruby Woo from MAC on my lips. And as usual it called for being photo documented for you all.
Let me know how you like it and would love your take on my styling. Looking forward to your pictures and comments.
Until next time…