With my previous outfit post talking about the mixture of textures and materials on the same black hue (read it again),
this time I’d decided to wear the top in its most “natural way”,
with no heavy layering or accessorizing; no folding and knot-tying — let the top speak for itself!
Again I really like the contrast created from the structural patent leather and the soft body-hugging mesh,
as it covers around my lower torso when it’s not being tucked in, a flare skirt or anything that can slightly brings out the volume works best with it.
Both the cropped bralette and the mesh top are from Twisted Sisters, with the two combos in its FW13 Lookbook being styled with the bralette layered above the top, I’d decided to give a little twist to it and have it worn underneath.
The yellow lines that forms the tartan gave me an idea of bringing out my Mango x Werelse mango clutch to have the colours matched.
And in addition with my cracked mustard nail on my ring finger going on with the rest of the turquoise nails– everything just matches so coincidently well!
TOP Twisted Sisters • BOTTOM Harrods • BAG Mango x Werelse • NECK MMM for H&M • SHOES Jeffrey Campbell