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One outfit, four ways

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Four Ways to a Midi skirt and a White Shirt

As I always say, that the secret to not look like you repeat your clothes too often is to not repeat a combination.

The same combination of clothes, accessories, anything, try to come up with a different look/combo for each piece of clothing you have if possible. The same basic white shirt can be worn in zillion ways such as with denim shorts, plaid trousers, boyfriend jeans, aztec skirt, midi skirt, anything and everything. You just need to be creative and this works for all the items you have in your closet.

Well, beyond that if you still have to repeat the same combination of outfit, as in same clothing pieces, you can still get away making it look different each time. It all depends on how you accessorize it, paying attention to small details and again, being creative.

For this post, I used the same clothing pieces to come up with four different looks. The same white shirt (from Globus) and pleated midi skirt (from Koovs by Henry Holland) has been worn each time with different accessories. Obviously it’s not like repeating clothes is some sort of an offense, we all do, but the idea is to make maximum use of every item you have in your wardrobe with just little imagination, thus curbing the need/want to buy more clothes.

Look 1: Here I didn’t tuck the shirt in & used a belt around my upper waist and teamed it with a Zara tote & Marie Claire Wedges.

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midi skirt best indian style blogger top indian fashion blog

Look 2: I tucked the shirt in, switched to flats (from Lifestyle), paired it with a bright blue (Lavie) handbag borrowed from my sister. I also added a hat (Jack & Jones) to complete the look. The rings are from Urban Turban & chain is a thrift buy.

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midi skirt best indian style blogger top indian fashion blog

midi skirt best indian style blogger top indian fashion blog

Look 3: This one has more of a boho-vibe to it. I added a Puma Sportswear (why not?!) as a crop top and kept the shirt unbuttoned. Finished the look with matching footwear (from Max) and a studded belt (from Colaba) and a sling (from Vero Moda Pieces). Messy hair, yes please !

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Look 4: Here I am wearing the shirt un-tucked but knotted, kept the look simple with pink flats (from Flipkart) and a satchel (from BCBGeneration). The hand harness is from Forever 21.

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midi skirt best indian style blogger top indian fashion blog

midi skirt best indian style blogger top indian fashion blog

Also, always prefer to buy separates than single pieces, as in prefer buying skirts/ shorts/ pants over dresses and other one pieces as you can come up with more combinations with separates. If you can style a one-piece, in say at least 5 ways, with separates it automatically multiplies by at least double.

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 Also did I mention that I completed a year of blogging this month !

A big thank you & hugs to all my lovely readers for all the love & support 🙂

Much Love.

12 Comments

  1. thatdelhigirl

    August 26, 2014 at 9:32 am

    Thank you so much Roanna for all the love (in slangs that too hehe) Do share your pics whenever you try something like this 😀
    Thank you 🙂

  2. Roanna Fernandes

    August 26, 2014 at 8:39 am

    First of all, that skirt is just AMAAAAZE. (Never thought I would like using all of this new slang such as Adorbs, Totes etc. but apparently now I do!) Okay yeah, so that skirt is just too lovely, and LOOK # 3 is my favourite of all, if I do tone up ever and copycat the look, I would wear it with brogues (more comfortable with manly footwear suddenly!). Ooh, also, I am late but here’s to a whole year of blogging! May you find more joy and love as you move along… They’re the best space to be in, I feel like it’s the happiest thing to happen to me… Yet. (Until the next time I fall in love maybe!) Hehehehe! Lots of LOVE. 🙂

  3. thatdelhigirl

    July 18, 2014 at 4:59 pm

    Thank you ! Yeah, out of the whole thing, I liked the skirt the most !

  4. Manisha

    July 18, 2014 at 4:51 pm

    You carry off the hat very well, didn’t like the HH for Koovs collection that much, but liked the skirt a lot!
    Looking pretty, Pallavi! 🙂

  5. thatdelhigirl

    July 17, 2014 at 10:05 pm

    Thank you :* !!!!

  6. thatdelhigirl

    July 17, 2014 at 10:04 pm

    Hey ! Thank you so much, I’ll try something on it soon 🙂

  7. thatdelhigirl

    July 17, 2014 at 10:03 pm

    Thank you 🙂

  8. Darshan Gajara

    July 3, 2014 at 7:58 pm

    The locations & the pictures on your Blog are beautiful 🙂

  9. pryagrawal

    June 24, 2014 at 7:03 am

    nice one!

  10. rachna sharma

    June 23, 2014 at 2:41 pm

    hey pallavi I have been following u for quite a while now…and i really adore ur style! Congratulations for completing an year!

  11. Tat

    June 23, 2014 at 6:28 am

    You are awesome.. I surely would like to incorporate theses super cool ideas .. Btw I very confused about wearing fashion necklaces and don’t want to look like a jhingala-la types . Can you please do a blog on that?. Congrats on completing a year.. Happy blogging..❤❤❤..

  12. Sonal

    June 22, 2014 at 11:58 am

    Congratulations! And way to go girl!

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