Harem Pants and In-cut Sleeves Top
Hello one, Hello all!
How are you doing? A lil showers here and there, and I am already feeling bright! Just follow some tips by Shruti in her last post, and you’ll bang on the Monsoons!
I chose to style Harem Pants this week. These Drop crotch pants are perfect for a laid back yet glam look and the fact that these are caught at the ankle makes it the right choice for a rainy day. While I was getting ready, the rain starting pouring, and I had no regrets! The baggy pants have a history dating since 1910’s. They are similar to the balloon pants in Arabic, Salwar or Patiala in South Asia, Tribal pants in Thai culture, Aladdin or Genie pants among the Turks. These comfortable pants are great for a hurry-up dressing, or for layering on a summer getaway. These pants are wearable by everyone and everywhere, as it is so glamorous yet simple. Another focus of my OOTD is the Black and Gold combination. I tried finding some gold embellishments in my neck-pieces, earrings, bracelets and bangles, waist belts, bag, footwear, sunglasses, rings and a lot more to glam up my all-black outfit.
I paired my harem pants with a in-cut sleeves, high neck black top. My harems have a blended fabric, elastic waistline with a fit-all option, with a black drawstring. The chain necklace and chunky jewelry give it a bohemian look. I am still loving these Double Bubble, Front Back earring. This time I wore the gold ones. Check out the black ones in one of my older posts. And do get your hands on one of these casual pants this season. Some General Knowledge on these bottoms will help you choose a perfect pair for yourself! Have a look at different kinds, before you get the best one for your body-type.
Here’s a look at my OOTD:
Have you ever tried one of these drop crotch pants? Which style of these bottoms suits you the best? Do you like to glam up your look by adding gold touch to your otherwise plain outfit (be it black, blue or white)? Do let us know in the comments section below!
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Photography Credits: Raghav Garg