What a blissful day it was.. 23rd November 2014 being my parents Silver Anniversary and celebrations were going on in full swing at Zerzura Lounge , Hotel Clarion Collection, Delhi. On this auspicious occasion I definitely had to dress well and be my best. What other platform it can be to share my styling for the day with my lovely readers. Marks and Spencers along with Forever 21 were at my shopping bait to dress me the way I wanted to.
The stupendous dressing had the bestest elements to cater to the awesome season of Delhi. The tweed skirt from Marks and Spencers had the perfect cut and fitting. Also the low high wrap around style with a proper silhouette and a side zipper was what made the skirt fit well. Also the skirt had the light details of silver lines all around it. The fabric of the skirt is a good quality tweed. Although the skirt has a look of wrap around but it is a complete stitched skirt.
The jacket worn along with the skirt is a perfect fit quilted blazer style jacket, yet again from Marks and Spencers. The jacket had the fine printing of motifs as in a William Morris Textile design. Also the intricate quilting added a lot of attraction to the garment. The colors are a fine blend of light and dark shades of white, green and blue that lead to a perfect combination with the black tweed skirt. Also it is warm enough to be worn for a day out in a light winter season. Not only that the jacket also has two pockets to offer which are nicely designed and stitched onto the jacket.
Also the necklace in a 3 tiered look added more glamour to the outfit. The plain black top from Zara gave a nice sheen look to the Necklace from Marks and Spencers. The heels from Forver 21 looked ravishing with the entire outfit as they had the black and gold effect. Stocking in black also made for a nice cut to the outfit.
The entire look was a great one to wear and pose at a Sunday Brunch to a nice lounge. Also the ambience of the place added more to the look of the outfit. Hope you enjoyed reading the blog and keep following for more. 😛
Author – Divya Goel