What I Wore Wednesday

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Kimono: Anna Sui (similar here and here), Dress: Witchery (similar here and here), Shoes: Marks and Spencer

This week is a little bit less fancy than last haha but I thought I’d show you what an easy, go-to outfit looks like for me. Despite being in the country of all things bright and colourful, black is still my favourite shade to wear. For mid week especially it is so easy to throw on, pair anything with and it stands up well to all the dirt and pollution of Delhi (and mess from the children).

I’ve had this dress for probably 2 years now and I think a casual LBD is just as important as a formal one. This particular one is sleeveless and is cut in slightly at the back so I added my trusty white kimono over the top for some modesty. I probably could have gotten away with not wearing the extra layer as today only involved a coffee date with hubby and gym / daycare runs but I decided to throw it on at the last minute for peace of mind. I love the laser cut floral details on the bottom half of this kimono, although the 3/4 sleeves and heavy weight did make it a bit hot.

As I said, neither of these items are new but all I had to do was slip on a pair of on-trend slides (see this post for more details) and my look was instantly ‘current’. Staying on trend doesn’t always mean you need a whole new wardrobe, just stick with your classic pieces and add new additions here and there to freshen the look up. It really can be very easy and inexpensive.

Happy hump day everyone, I’ll see you on Friday for Fashion Friday. I’ve got two trends i’m tossing up writing about, but either way I promise it will be a good one ;). xx

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