How often does it happen that whenever you pick an outfit, your mother is like “Oh, we used to wear that too during our college days!”. Happens with me quite often! Though, ever since I was born I have always seen her ethnic wear, but the thought of her wearing such outfits makes me really excited.
We all know how the past trends keep on making a comeback. But seeing my mother’s memories attached with those trends makes me want to sport them even more. Be it a tee with high-waist jeans or a midi dress!
So when I picked this midi dress with beautiful sleeves, ruffle details & an intricate pattern, I decided to create a look for her & basically reflect her style with a dash of mine in this post. Keeping the theme in mind we tried to also shoot it the way pictures used to be back then.
Keeping it minimal, like how she & I both love, I paired this dress alongwith with faux suede mules in the similar color palette & added a pop of plum with this minaudiere!
I remember how my mother had this large box of chunky hairclips that she used to adorn her hair with, daily. Too add the same vibe to this look I made a low rolled updo hairstyle & adorned it with this stunning red bow clip.
Also, subtle makeup & vintage eyeliner to compliment the over all attire.
Dress – Zara | Mules – Dorothy Perkins | Minaudiere – Eristona | Bow – Cats & Bows
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Much love :*