I know many of you got surprised when I chose to be in an all-nude ensemble during the Paris Fashion Week. I have already told many times in the earlier blogs that I prefer colors and vivid ensembles over neutrals. But when I saw these neutral toned pieces in my closet, I thought of giving a shot at something new and packed them for my PFW journey. As a first timer, I was slightly unsure about how to pull off a look in all-nude tone though. But I’m so glad that you showed so much of appreciation in this blush tone dominated look.
I know nude toned outfit and accessories have its seductive vibe. I always reckoned it somehow wouldn’t match my cheerful and vibrant style. However, when I packed my bags for PFW, I knew I could try something gorgeous apart from my usual joyful and colorful style. So finally I zeroed in on this. I finally decided to try out all neutrals for one of the looks in PFW.
This dress from Showpo is actually a sensuous one. Its thigh slit, cutout details at the waist makes this a gorgeous outfit. I’ll have to accept this dress looks way more appealing when it’s in neutral tone. I paired the dress with my blush pink platform Gucci shoes. In the hectic PFW schedule, the platform sandals were really easy to wear and as I was already aiming a look with all-neutral, this pair was a perfect pick.
To finish off the look to keep up with the idea of all-neutral, I selected the accessories in neutrals. I chose my neutral toned quilted Alexander Wang handbag and selected the rose gold frames from Le Specs.
Now that I have got so many compliments, I’ll try to create more looks in neutrals. Let me know if you would love to see them.
Lots of love,
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