I feel too lazy on weekends and don’t feel like leaving home, but still, cannot avoid going out. And in the midst of this, I have to attend meetings and events. It becomes difficult to decide on what to wear and nothing seems like working for me. For such days, a black dress comes to a rescue as it completely deals with my mood swings.
I got this asymmetric cut dress from Samshék, they create trends that appeal to the modern consumer, most importantly provides customization option for all body sizes and shapes. This piece is so good in itself, that it calls for minimalistic add-ons. I wore this for a meeting followed by a lunch date at Too Indian, Rajouri Garden.
The best thing about this dress is the fabric used i.e. Punto Milano. This fabric is a little thick and has quite some weight. Considering the Delhi summers, I was quite sceptical before giving this dress a try. But to my view, it didn’t disappoint me, I am really happy with the fit and the way it takes the shape of the body.
To break the monotony of black, I choose to wear a jewellery piece to make the dress stand out. It’s too hot and humid at this time of the year so a light yet stylish jewellery is the way to go. This neckpiece in golden from Jewellery 18 throughs a statement and looks effortlessly chic. Check them out for more designs.
To complete the look, I paired my black heels and voila all set to step out.
Neckpiece: Jewellery 18
Watch: Daniel Wellington
Location Courtesy: Too Indian, Rajouri Garden