Remember I had started spring cleaning one day when I found that coat, guess what I had also found a sweater-shrug , well I don’t know if there is such a thing, but it is a woolen sweater so small that it qualifies to be called a shrug :-). This cute little grey shrug is another great find from thrift market in Noida, India. The dress is from Orsay, it was on special price of 15 Euro. The heels are the same that I wear in almost every outfit post. They are from H&M, so old that I forgot how much they were for but I am assuming not more than 20 Euro.
I like the dress, but when I wore it on its own, I somehow felt that it looks a bit disproportionate mainly because of its short length and long sleeves. And that is when my grey shrug came to the rescue. It gave a beautiful distraction to the entire look. The long sleeves are now covered but are peeking a little to add to the color block theme and the petite shrug makes the length of the dress relatively proportionate on me.
Let me know what you think. I absolutely love making a dress work with a little mix and match and throwing in pieces that are otherwise not so flattering. It is like a winning moment ha ha …
The watch is from Guess.
A fact about these H&M heels is that they are not very comfortable, so I only wear them for outfit posts and never in my day to day life. But I love them for their versatility and classic look. They go with everything under the sun: short dresses, maxi dresses, pants, chinos, shorts, midi-skirts, saris, indian ethnic dresess and the list would probably go on. The last picture is my ode to them 🙂
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