Three hours, four hours or five hours - how much time do we spend on Instagram every day? A lot! And it is not just the lives of our favourite celebrities or beautiful vacay spots and pet pictures that we double tap on. We also love to go through the captivating feeds of influencers and other IGers we relate to. There are days when we wish to take cues from their looks be it for a casual outing, work or a night out with the girls. So, why don't we?
We at POPxo recreated five of our favourite Plixxo influencers' looks to help you kickstart 2020 on a stylish note. What's more, we have also added similar product recommendations for you along with some useful and easy #POPxoTips on how to get the look. All you have to do now is scroll down and keep your Insta captions ready.
Boho Chic Bow Wow
"I chose to recreate Kritika Khurana aka @thatbohogirl’s look because her style is chic and casual. She usually creates looks with clothes that can be easily found in someone’s closet. I chose this look because it’s a lot like my own personal style and not just that, it is super comfortable too!"
"I either do basics or OTT trends like neons (there's no in-between). But between solids and prints, solids are always my calling, especially in winter! That's why I recreated Cherry Jain's look because her layering style is statement enough and easy to put together for someone like me who's always running late. Also, I like big boots and I cannot lie!"
"A little black dress never really goes wrong but it is important to style yourself well in order to stand out in a colour that is almost everyone's favourite. And I knew exactly how to add the perfect blend of classy to my shimmery dress, the moment I came across this picture on Aashna Shroff's profile on Insta. I decided to glam up my dress with a pair of metallic peep-toe boots, a quilted black and gold clutch and a statement gold neckpiece. Effortless is definitely my style."
"Aien Jamir has fabulous style and her largely monochrome look was fun to recreate. Not only were the layers an ideal pick for the raging winter, but it was also effortless and comfortable to carry, the minimalism of it all being a big factor for me choosing to wear this."
"When I came across Aakriti Rana's picture, I instantly thought how stylish a way this is to wear my dresses in winters!" So naturally, I HAD to recreate this hack! Just like Aakriti, I wore a sparkly dress on top of a high neck sweater, paired it with black booties and a long overcoat for the added effect and that's it. Looks quite stunning, right? PS: Please ignore my post-hangover face."