Tuesday, 3 January 2017

A "leather" story




Hello everyone

First of all, Happy new year to all my readers. The year 2016 was an year of new beginnings for me. My clothing line "Desi Charm" was officially launched and got a lot of positive response from you all and this was the year I decided to become a fashion blogger. And since then its been an amazing journey, got to meet so many new people, learned so much more about blogging and fashion and am still learning. Hope you guys also had an amazing year and hope this year turns out to be the year you want!




Coming back, this blog post is all about the love for leather that we all share in winters. At least once in our "fashion-addicted" life we have craved or bought a leather jacket. It is no secret that leathers need a lot of attention and when neglected it gets torned or cracked. 

Desi Charm has come up
with a leather jacket which looks like leather but is actually a normal polyester fabric...so no need to worry about those leather cracks. Another interesting thing about this jacket is its very lightweight and perfect for those weather where its too cold to wear a dress but too hot to wear an overcoat.




The jacket comes with some net detailing in the sleeves and also at the side body. This jacket is my current favorite and its so unique in itself that it does not require any accessory or styling to make you look chic. You can customize your jacket size and design at Desi Charm.







I have paired this jacket with a stone washed ripped denim. It is another must have for a girl's wardrobe (even if you are not fashion conscious).  Ripped jeans comes very handy and are multipurpose, you can go to shopping with your friends in these denims and rock any party with those same ripped jeans. 

I have completed the look with a brown belt and red camisole and with my favorite Forever 21 block heels.


Jacket: Desi Charm (buy here); Camisole: Jabong (buy here);
Jeans: B.K. Market, Kolkata, Heels: Forever 21 (buy here); Belt: Jabong (buy here)

Hope you liked my "leather" story and the way I have styled the whole look. Any kind of query or suggestion are welcomed in the comments section below. 

Keep it chic!
the CHIC gazette

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