Miss World 2017, Manushi Chhillar, might just be adding a new title to her name. This time, she is channelling her superhero powers to become a saviour of fashion. All she needed was a sheer cape to become Captain Fashion, and we can now successfully say that we are all in good hands. This recent picture of hers is proof:
Manushi wore a pink flared midi skirt from Shehlaa by Shehla Khan and paired it with a Shloka Khialani grey tube top with an embellished sheer cape. She completed the look with strappy pumps by Truffle Collection. Not only do I, personally, love the grey + pink and the grey + orange combination, but now I want it more than ever.
The skirt has a super cute ribbon tie-up on the side giving us a strong "I'm a Barbie girl, in a Barbie world" vibe and it truly is fantastic!
The best part about this outfit is that you can wear all three pieces individually. For example:
1. The grey tube top can be styled with a pair of high-waisted bottoms to a casual outing or a date, and can also be worn as a blouse with a saree giving the festive season a modern upgrade.
2. The sheer cape can be topped over any basic top for an instant glam look. Capes are increasingly making their way into not only western outfits but Indian wear as well. Especially with sarees and kurtas, capes are all the rage on the runway and on the streets.
3. The potential of the pretty skirt has no bounds. You can style it with anything from a solid white T-shirt to a matching pink off-shoulder top.
In fact, it's a great idea to break down your outfit and see how it can be styled in different ways. Just like you assemble your ensemble, reverse it, and explore the scope of the individual pieces. This is going to make your everyday life easier without any extra costs. Fun, right?
Take cues from the Miss World for a good OOTD every day. The Captain has never had a bad outfit and here's proof of it.
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