I am back with the 1st Outfit post of June, which also happens to be my entry for MAX Road to Paris contest in which we bloggers had to style clothes from their latest collection.
While I usually end up picking summery skirts and dresses from MAX Fashion, this time my eyes got stuck on a stylish pair of palazzo pants which is a style I don't own currently.
So, for my contest entry, I picked this pair of aztec print pants and a mint shirt which I styled for a street-smart look perfect for this summer. After all, summer is meant for breezy silhouettes and sleeveless shirts or tops to beat the heat in a stylish manner.
Also, palazzo pants has been a hot trend this season with many celebrities and models wearing them often for their casual avatars.
While many curvy girls shy away from wearing palazzo pants in the fear of the latter making them look heavy, printed pants can infact make you look toned town.
That's why I picked these trendy pants in a multi-colored print which is not too busy and has a vertical pattern that gives a slimming effect. To add a pop of color to my outfit, I paired them with a mint colored sleeveless shirt which I knotted down to give it a look of a cropped top that instantly gave the entire outfit a funky look.
I kept the accessories minimal by just wearing my new Armani sunglasses, Daniel Wellington watch and tan wedges from Forever 21 to add height to my look. Giving my outfit a finishing look was my Holii sling bag in a soothing white and yellow color that has become my recent favorite bag.
Have a look at the pictures :
|Top : MAX|
Pants : MAX
Bag : Holii
Necklace : pero
Watch : Daniel Wellington
Glasses : Emporio Armani
Wedges : Forever 21
Location c/o : Q'BA, CP Delhi
You can also style a similar pair of pants by wearing them with a neatly tucked-in shirt or a bright crop top that fits you well. You can also go for a printed top but make sure the print is not too busy as it might make you look heavier instead.
If you are short, make sure you wear a pair of wedges or heels to add some height. But if you are on a taller side, you can style your palazzos with a pair of neon flats for a chic vibe.