Thursday, May 5, 2011

My first customized look

This is my third blog and I have decided to be more regular.As I started off with my first blog how i hated the retailers around for being over crowded,Am gonna share how I manage my wardrobe with the same old pieces looking fashion forward and exciting.Last week we(I and my hubby)managed to sneak out to blue ridge mountains.Our destination was Mabry Mills Restaurant.Its a nice place to eat with scenic surroundings.So i decided to renew and recycle my wardrobe for this.I pulled out this super sweet tank top from Mango,which I bought in 2006 from Mumbai.Its peach in color and has Mango printed in gold.This tank I paired with a harem pants,in bright green with multi-color prints.These cotton pants I bought in India this time when I went for a visit.

I paired this look with my chunky bangles,they were all over the market last season and a long multi-colored necklace of stones.My footwear was again from Mumbai(around the same time I bought my tank top).They are pale pink strappy flat chappals with sequins sewn on the straps.This completes my look for a casual day time eat-out.Also I carried my shoulder bag,which I call my airport bag.Its huge enough to accommodate my excess baggage.It has adjusting straps on both the side that can elongate or scrunch it.So for this day I just pulled the straps and gave it a trendy look.Its color is so bright(bright red),that complimented my whole look.
Except harem pants,everything else was from previous season or even older than that.Ancient.But see how well it worked and all eyes on me.Sure,I did get compliments for my bright and so-summer look.
For me the biggest satisfaction was that I found out a whole new wardrobe from my old one and felt absolutely new and in-fashion.Now in the next blog I will use some of these pieces and use them for a different event in a whole new way.

2 comments:

  1. Hey Angie,

    like the look.....its hippie and chic and casual all at the same time ...keep up the good work

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  2. am glad u liked it!!!!IAm gonna try harder

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