OOTD - All About That Bass | Curvy Style Guide1:14:00 AM
Here's the first outfit post of December featuring a beautiful skirt and off-shoulder top from Faballey.com . And if you are wondering what's up with the post title, well it's the famous song by Meghan Trainor that I am tuned to a lot these days. Also, this outfit is a part of the Curvy Style Guide which makes the song that promotes positive body image, a perfect title to the OOTD.
If you haven't heard about this cool online fashion brand yet, then you need to know that FabAlley is the ultimate Indian fashion destination for fashion-forward, indie-chic girls.
I have been a fan of maxi skirts a lot these days, especially the ones with a sheer pattern that have a flirty yet chic appeal, so when I checked out the amazing collection of skirts at Faballey, I was tempted to have it in my closet. This off-white lace maxi skirt is crafted in crochet and has a peekaboo effect with its short inner skirt. I paired the skirt with a Faballey bright blue top featuring polka dots and an off-shoulder neck, to add a dash of color and style to the look.
To complete the look, I carried my Baggit mini cross-body bag which was also featured in the Bollywood movie Bang-Bang. This cute little bag comes in a suede like fabric and has a stylish chain with 2 different pockets spacious enough to store your casual day-out essentials.
Here are pictures of my outfit -
|Top - Fab Alley|
Skirt - Fab Alley
Flats - MAX
Bag - Baggit
Watch - ALDO
Necklace - Forever 21
This maxi skirt is a perfect pick for all the curvy ladies, no matter what size you wear as it instantly gives you a slimming effect and can be styled in multiple ways. While on a hot sunny day, you can pair it just like I did - with a contrast printed top; in winters it can be paired with a tank top and long cardigan or a smart blazer with ballet pumps.
If you wish to experiment with accessories, pair your maxi skirt with a simple tee and carry an oversized tote bag in vibrant prints to stand out in the crowd. You can also sport a tough but chic look by pairing a solid colored maxi skirt with combat boots and a leather jacket.
Add on a cute scarf in winters and you are good to go!