Monochrome | Beat the heat

24.3.14

Summers and whites always go side by side, that's what everyone says, and, wearing black (or any other dark colour) is supposed to be a complete big no. But actually both are pretty favorable. While white can make you feel cool, black actually stops the harsh sunlight from getting to directly you as well.
So I decided to wear this pretty tunic we found on the streets of Hill Road. With the cotton crochet, I wore my longer bustier, however if you are uncomfortable with the sheerness, you can always wear a light tank top in white or a fun neon colour, if you're still into the neon phase that is. Stick to minimal accessories and try to avoid heavy neckpieces and too much of arm swag, because at the end of the hour, you'll just feel sweaty! Lastly, don't forget your sunnies!

Crochet sheer tunic - Hill Road (200/-) | Black jeggings - Marks&Spencer | Bustier (worn inside) - Ann Summers | Bag - Linking Road (500/-) | Shoes - Aldo | Shades - Forever 21 | Bracelets - Random | Ring - Ayesha Accessories

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  1. you look pretty :)
    My recent post : http://vogueandvittles.com/beauty/black-gold-eyes-eyeshadow-makeup-tutorial-diy

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