This week has been an emotional roller coaster for me. I was overthinking about many things and killing my sleep. I was feeling lonely at times and stressing out way too much.
I tried to calm down my mind by reading books which actually helped me. I could divert my thoughts to the characters in the book. Anyhow, I am feeling better now and really looking forward for the weekend. I can just unwind myself and start fresh from the coming week.
Coming to the outfit, I have never been a fan of not just long skirts but any skirt because of body shape. It somehow made me look bulkier.
For the Jhumkas, I never liked wearing big earrings until last year. I always get away with a small delicate stud earring with all my traditional outfit.
So, this year around, I have decided to come out of my comfort zone and try things which I have refused to do till now.
This long blue Skirt which I have got stitched from the Tailor has been in my wardrobe for almost a year. I never had the mind to wear it. It is a beautiful flared skirt (excuse the wrinkles) . So I decided to start my skirt journey with this one.
I have paired it with a black crop and a pair of sliver Jhumkas (which I am now obsessed with) and wedges which you will probably not spot in the pictures.
I loved the color combination of blue and black and the jhumkas gave it a more ethnic vibe to the entire outfit.
I was not planning to put up the post on this because the photos did not come as good as we expected. But I am still doing it now to keep me motivated to wear more of skirt outfits in the future.
To keep this going, I have recently purchased some skirts and will be soon styling it and sharing with you guys.
If you are someone like me, come out of the comfort zone and and don’t worry about the body shape or other judgmental comments. Just rock it your way!
Have a great weekend ahead.