The festivities, the food and the family here in India is keeping me so tied up, attending to my bloggy baby has taken a back seat . This might continue for a short while but for today I will take you through my archives to show you multiple ways of wearing this skirt. Hope you like it !
Call it booties or shooties, these ankle-high boots have enjoyed a noticeable amount of popularity amongst our gal pals. They are everyday neutrals with an edge, but it's their versatility that accounts for most of it's popularity. Stay ahead of the crowd by wearing them with anything and everything in your closet.
Today Darci of Diary of a Southern Shopper and I have partnered together to show you two ways of nailing this shoe trend. Both Darci and I share a common fetish for one thing- 'SHOES' ! No one could have been a better co-host for today's edition of TTT. It's apparent from her blog that this chica takes her passion for shoes really seriously.
As far as I can recollect, I have never posted phone pics on the blog. Honestly, when doing outfit shoots, clicking pics from my phone is always the last thing on my mind. I can either focus on the camera or on phone pics and the former always seems of greater significance than the latter. But today's post is an exception. Well, the new IPhone could be the predominant reason and my forgetting to take the camera, the second. I had no choice but take pics on my new IPhone 6. Not the greatest as I am still in the process of learning.
Changing gears, let's talk about the bag, that I am carrying. It is from an online shop called Crazy&Co. ( A lil secret, I have legal rights to call this company mine .... )
This e-commerce store specializes in handmade, exquisite, one-of-a-kind accessories from around the world and this bag featured today is no exclusion. It is hand painted by an Indian artist. The base is coated canvas that has been treated to give it a structured finish. It is a statement piece, featuring the Indian God of success : GANPATI ! The colors are so versatile that styling this piece would be a breeze.
Since I wanted the bag to take the center-stage, I decided to keep the rest of my look neutral with a sequin jacket atop, for that hint of glamour. Looking at the pics, I now realize, could have done a better job with the pictures, but thanks to the rain that dampened all my planning.....so better luck next time !