I know it’s been a very long gap since my last All Black post, but it’s worth the wait. This time around I decided to mix things up and give you an alluring look with pants.
A beautiful and dressy way to wear black is to wear it as lace or sheer. Lace has its elegant touch while sheer plays a comparatively sexy counterpart (depending on how it’s worn).
As evident as it is, this outfit is Not just a simple sheer top or regular pants! (Because that’s not how it’s done at TSC). Dramatic ruffle culottes and the very trendy rose embroidery is how I decided to give this look that ‘TSC’ touch.
Talking about how wearable sheer really is? I would yet say- Very! Don’t wear a bralette if you aren’t comfortable, don’t even wear a crop inside. Just wear a slip top, no harm done. Wear what makes you comfortable and carry off that sheer in style.
If you are the corporate lady and if you think you would like to wear your black pencil fit pants or just regular black flared pants, then go for it. I am always all for ‘wearable’ clothing. Why buy another set of pants right? Since I don’t have ‘formal’ occassions to wear pants, my first option is to always pick up a stylish pair of pants. Each to his own 🙂
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Shoes- Steve Madden
Earrings- Maithali Kabre
Photography Courtesy– Kruthika Pillai (Instrgram- kruthika_pillai)
Location Courtesy– Baraza Bar & Bites, Pune
I hope you all liked this All Black look. Stay tuned because the next one coming up will definitely be a Guide for all you accessory lovers (to be saved up for generations to come) 🙂
Be Yourself & Shine On ❤
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