So, I recently went on a vacation to Gangtok, and trust you me, I just loved .. loved it there… the weather, the scenic beauty, the people … everything was just fabulous .. and how on earth can I forget the shopping extravaganza I had there, it was just amazing. Found a lot of cool stuffs there … so don’t get surprised if you get to see a lot of new buys from there, most of which were thrifted .. 🙂:: wearing :: Houndstooth Red Hat, Denim Vest, Tan Boots, #thrifted| Red Graphic Tee, #abercrombieandfitch| Skinny Denims, #Levi’s| Neon Floral Scarf, #westside|
Hmm… so one of my coolest buys from there would be this ripped and cropped denim vest, the same have been doing the rounds for quite sometime now and it was time that I did it too… 🙂
A Cropped Denim Vest is like a perfect companion to casual wear – from knit sweater to slim-fitted maxis, basic tank to cute floral dresses. You can also wear it with a long tunic top or shirt with a pair of leggings.
What I love most about this fashion piece is that it can tone down a dressy outfit and create an effortless casual-cool and chic flair to it. It looks hot with a black mini skirt and platform shoes. So instead of wearing a leather jacket try a denim jacket instead. It’ll tone down the dressed up look, adding a cool flair to your outfit. Also, since it is cropped, it makes your torso looks shorter and thus elongating ones legs, which is considered attractive and slimming/lengthening than a long waist.
And given the fact that the weather was pleasantly cool in Gangtok, the best way to go about the town without freezing myself was to layer my outfits… So, this time around, I paired my denim jacket with a bright red long graphic tee, the vibrancy of which pretty much complimented the light blue ripped vest. A dark washed denim bottom and some tan booties. The Red Hat helped add a fun quotient to the whole look as well. A bright floral scarf is what I used to complete the scarf, which also kept me warm in this cold… 🙂
Hope you guys liked the look and thank you so very much for stopping by..
Loads of Love,