A Thing Called Fashion

Walking Away feat. Amydus

Cold shoulders are still a rage in the fashion market and looks like it’s going to take a long time for it to fade away. It’s the best summer trend ever and the most comfortable one indeed. Even if it’s cold you can always pair it up with a summer jacket or a shrug and you are good to go. Cold shoulders work well on various occasions, from work wear to a casual day out. They are sexy in a subtle way – The new big trend. The brands have showcased amazing design with this neckline this season.

Keeping in mind that I have to keep my hands off black, I chose this blue cold shoulder top from Amydus. It’s more of a tunic than a top. I decided to style this tunic with a pencil skirt.

A few years back, I despised pencil skirt because it looked extremely uncomfortable and I always wondered how women wore it to work. Then I tried my first pencil skirt and then after, there was no looking back. I believe that pencil skirts are undoubtedly a wardrobe staple. It’s a must have, especially if you have a curvy body. Pencil skirts accentuate your body structure and make the outfit look classy. You can pair a pencil skirt with a casual tee and sneakers on a Sunday or pair it up with heels and a blouse for a date night. It’s just magical. If you are worried about the fact that it’s bodycon, you can always wear spanx or tights inside as a layer below the skirt for comfort.

I matched this cold shoulder tunic with a pencil skirt and added a thin belt to it. The belt did change the way the outfit resulted in initially. A super sweet version if you want to play with your curves.


Photography – Arjun and Chaya from PICSPLOT.COM

Outfit Details –

Tunic  – Amydus

Skirt – Forever21

Heels – DonebyNone

Bag – Zara




















Location Courtesy – Little Green Cafe, Bangalore

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