The Newest Wrinkle

The Long Cardigan

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8/20/16

It’s monsoon season & there’s a palpable chill in the air. Although I love dressing up all the time, I also like just being comfy on some days. And on those days, a cardigan sure comes handy! A cardigan, typically worn in cold weathers is a casual coat made out of wool. It is generally open in the front & just meant to be worn over tops during cold weather.
Albeit being considered as one of the wardrobe staples for a cozy day at home, it is also a principle fashion apparel for outdoor wear, especially when the air is crisp. So I would suggest you to invest in one if you need that one piece that will help complete any look. These days, one gets a wide range of styles in cardigans. One of them is the long length cardigan.
The robe I’m turning the spotlight on today is a long crochet cardigan which I spotted at Global Desi. The cardigan by itself is really pretty, made with crochet & is off white in color. It's asymmetrical in length and it can be worn in any season. Due to its trailing end, it can make any ensemble look striking. I would recommend wearing it with a strapless printed jumper or a two piece set. And I’m super excited to try out new looks with this one!
I’ve decided to go boho with today’s look by pairing the cardigan with an olive colored dress which has a heavy neck detail. I’ve also added metallic tattoos on my arms & a feather tattoo on my ankle to add to the boho vibe. I’ve accessorized this look with a yellow metallic clutch, matching dangling earrings & pom pom sandals (just to match the colorful neckline).


Earring Love!



Having so much fun with this! >twirls<


I keep going back to these. They're a pop of happiness!  



The Cardigan- Global Desi
Dress- Vero Moda
Earrings- Life by Shoppers Stop
Clutch- Flaunt by Femina
Pom Pom sandals- Zebba from Koovs

I hope you like the free spirited verve today’s ensemble has to offer. Feedback is always welcome! 
Till then, catch you later, alligator! I mean....er...fashionistas!

Love,
Pranita.
1 comment on "The Long Cardigan"
  1. Lovely pics & insightful details! Keep it up Pranita! ��������������

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