Simi’s Steals: A Fun Pair Of Coloured Trousers
One universal fashion problem for most girls is, “What do I wear today?” This question has the power to reduce us to a hysterical mess. Fashionista or not, nobody wants sartorial answers that cost a fortune. And let’s just be honest, you’re THE style star if you know how to dress to the nines on a budget. So I’ve taken up this Herculean task: Every Saturday, I’ll round up a budget-friendly ensemble for you, all BELOW Rs 10,000. Yes! It’s going to be an entire outfit — from head-to-toe — without breaking the bank. Quite a challenge, right? Scroll down to shop this budget ensemble, and don’t forget to come back every Saturday to discover an outfit that’s yet another steal!
I’ve seen most fashionistas suffer from the ‘I Love Monochrome’ problem. Don’t get me wrong, I think monochrome is super classy too. But black and white aren’t the only colours right? Not only is working this two-tone hue story a sign of playing it safe, I think it also translates to BORING when overused in one’s sartorial choices.
Which is why I thought of adding some colour to your look by working a fun pair of coloured trousers for this week’s Style Steals. The hue I’ve taken up is teal; not only is it a chic colour, I also love the not-blue-neither-green quality of this shade. Will you agree with me when I say that teal can be totally worn to work as well, given how subtle it really is? You can style it with a boxy shirt and a pair of high-heeled glossy pumps and pull over a sleek blazer to look nine-to-five chic.
But today, I’ve worked a pair of teal cropped trousers from Vajor with a one-shoulder bow crop top by Kerkés Fashion. I particularly like the androgynous vibe in this one; the structured pants imparts a masculine touch to the look while the bow top is uber-feminine and cute. I’ve completed the look with gold jewellery (hoop earrings from Fayon and geometric stacked rings from Mango) and added a pair of stunning mules from H&M. Lug around a chic grab clutch from Forever New with this look and be ready to stand out in the crowd when attending a soiree or an evening corporate event.