Midi Skirt Madness


Shoes 2 FullFace

| Top: Primark | Skirt: Code Red | Sandals : Rubi Shoes | Sunglasses : Cotton On | Bag: Bugis | Jewellery: Punk Candy | Lipstick: Wet N Wild |

Just we all desired maxi skirts or skater skirts to fill our wardrobe, they’ve got some competition from midi skirts. This trend was big back in the 70’s and came back with force around 2012. The attraction around these skirts its their ability to make one look thin yet structured. While they give attention to your waist area, they also compliment your legs! The perfect midi skirt is one that reaches your knee or just above it, still allowing you to show of your legs 😉

Midi skirts can be worn with just about anything from flouncy blouses, knitted sweaters, crop tops, and even t-shirts. I chose to pair mine with my favorite lace top. I always prefer the basics with a unique touch! I chose ankle-strap flats to add a bit of an preppy look to the outfit. Pairing ankle flat sandals can be a bit difficult because they can make you look much shorter than you are, and sometimes even a bit stalky. However, I chose them because the length of my skirt wasn’t too long and felt that appearance wise it looked good.

Photoshoot by : Shyam Vasudevan





Black Blazer – Globus

Black & White Aztec Print Pants – DNM Jeans

Necklace – Sangria

Black Flats- Atmosphere


This is my final summer look-book. It’s a bit amateur but I had a LOT of fun doing it, and as with all life experiences I will learn only by trying!  Enjoy 🙂

Outfit 1





Top – Atmosphere, Primark ( 4 Pounds)

Necklace- Westside (INR 90)

Ring & Bracelet – Handmade, beads from R.S Stores (local crafts store)

Maxi Skirt – Miss Bennett (INR 800)

Outfit 2






Top – Atmosphere, Primark (5 pounds)

Earrings – Street shopping (INR 50)

Necklace – Bought at a jewelry expo (USD 3)

Ring – Forever 21 ( USD 5)

 Bracelets – Trinkets Handmade Jewellery

My next look-book will be out at the end of October or Early November! Im planning on doing mini-blogs on specific outfits, so keep a lookout for those!

Photography by Shyam Vasudevan

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