Photos: Shata Mitta
I was pleased to have my color palette validated by JW Anderson last week (see Instagram post below)! If you’ve been memorizing the rules I’m throwing out here, you know that the key to make this sublime shade of pink pop, is statement jewelry. You also know that monochromatic = chic (yep, even with pinks), and that the easiest way to repeat your outfits is by mixing up separates.
I bought this decadent sateen ochre yellow skirt from ASOS over a year ago, and it is easily one of the most gorgeous statement pieces I own! From the box pleats to the unusual hemline, and the feminine swing, a skirt like this is a #bosslady essential. Add pockets to the mix and you have a wardrobe winner, not to mention how functional that is!
I love to borrow from Carrie Bradshaw’s style diary all the time, so these pink pumps from Old Navy felt very natural. I decided to do a pulled back hair in a low ponytail because I never do sleek looks, so soft brown highlights complemented the look perfectly.
Ruby Baby Temple Choker: Miraya | Foldover off-the-shoulder bodysuit: Forever21 | Skirt: ASOS | Shoes: Old Navy
It is my Ruby Baby choker from Miraya, however, that I considered my showstopper piece of this ensemble. Once I put it on, it made that fashion-utopia more possible, making my outfit ethereal and exotic (I hope you agree!)
On another note, I’m thrilled about the launch of Miraya’s new collection, Viva! Vintage. This collection is an assortment of oxidized silver and gold pieces that pair beautifully with literally anything! If you'd like to be notified when the collection goes live on the website, simply comment "Subscribe me" below along with your email :)
I have another fun spin on stripes coming up in the next post, so see you then!
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Miraya originated as a concept magazine for a Publishing class, but much of it now exists online and has been adapted for this blog. The core remains intact, and that is to explore the changing landscape of contemporary Indian fashion through the international lens, engaging readers in a creative juxtaposition between tradition and modernity. It is spearheaded by the Founder and Creative Director, Namrata Loka.
Namrata R. Loka
Founder & Creative Director