Just because its cold outside that doesn’t mean you can’t have as much fun getting dressed as you did during the summer months, and look just as stylish!
So, winters and fall have to be the best months to showcase your style with endless layering possibilities to kick start the chilly weather. Don’t get me wrong, but we all love the easy, breezy fashion that comes with warm weather, but the cool, crisp winter season air just gives us so many options.
But guess what? Just because it’s freezing out that doesn’t mean we have to resign ourselves, giving up on style, it just means we all have to think a bit more creatively when getting dressed in the morning. And that’s why winters are considered to be the best season to express your fashion sense, since, you have so many options to wear and adding patterned accessories can what get your outfit on the next level.
With the fashion cycles constantly changing, trends come and go, some things come in while the other goes out. So, hereby, taking you to the WINTER LOOKBOOK of 2018.
This black woven insulator bomber jacket is again from Jack and Jones and has a stand collar, a hoodie which is completely insulated to protect from the chilly breeze, possess a full zip closure, long sleeves. The combination of a white tee and blue jeans is just an over-seasonal affair. Trust me, it can never go wrong.
In the middle of winters, a scarf with a bit of colour and texture can help wake up your look, especially since your jacket is probably black or grey. Look for playful patterns like checks and plaids to give your style some depth. Used a checkered woollen scarf which can easily go with any outfit and trust me, it is one of the most important winter essentials you need to have in your closets.
So, that’s all for today. I hope you had a nice time going through my winter lookbook. Thank you, Himanshu Ralhan, for this invitation to collaborate and for helping me out in Winter Lookbook. Trust me, you are amazing!
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Till then, keep reading and keep loving!
Relaxing on a Lazy Sunday and still not off from work. Argh!
So you must be thinking what next I’m going to cook up this time? Well, this time I’m coming up with fashion and lifestyle for you people. I’ll be sharing all my knowledge on the grounds of fashion and lifestyle with some cool tips which you’ll get to know super soon.
AUTUMN is considered to be the most amazing season when it comes to fashion and styling and that is the same reason why I have started with autumn. I have always felt that Autumn has a secret relationship with fashion and lifestyle. Do you think the same? Anyway, how’s autumn treating you people?
Don’t let your style game fall away with autumn leaves!
Hereby, presenting my first look of this Autumn season. Check it out!
Coming to the outfit now, just kept it very simple and elegant. Chose denim for this look as it is actually the comfiest wear in this season, will definitely add grace to your overall look and yeah, will never let you down. My love for denim will never fade!
Glacial blue jeans are what I prefer with denim more than black. I know black is a universal colour which does go with every outfit but when wearing denim, the only mistake we people generally do is by wearing any dark jeans with denim which actually does not suite well than any light coloured jeans. Fellas, keep that in mind!
Denim with light coloured jeans suits and looks the best!
Like any good outfit, the accessory took it to the next level. I styled it with a plain black scarf to pep it beyond the norm. The right scarf can add boatloads of charm and personality to your look, a great consolation during those frigid, unforgiving months of winter.
Bought this really amazing denim from Flipkart under Highlander’s Denim and these jeans from Wrangler, shoes from Adidas Originals and watch from Carson watches.
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That’s all for today. I hope it was worth going through. All ears for your reviews now!
See you in the next one, people!