Better late than never is what people say right, so here I am – a little late but rolling.
This post has been overdue for a long time. I faced a lot of technical problems with this one. Firstly, my laptop crashed and I lost all my data. I had to redo everything including editing photos, editing videos, and then I had a writer’s block which was worse than losing my data. Re-writing this post was quite difficult. But, I sailed across all the problems and happy to post this today (I know it’s not on a Monday like I promised but bare with me, please). And, I do apologise for my tardiness.
Well, let me introduce you to my next customer Monisha Muthakka without any delay. She is a college student, a basketball player, a dancer and not to mention an absolute rockstar. Well! A rockstar with no tantrums, she didn’t complain once about the delay with her outfit or post and I adore her for that.
Here are a few things about Moni.
She loves the colour blue. Black and white come second.
She is a sucker for fabulous backless outfits.
She is more into solid fabrics than printed ones.
She is a college girl so her style is casual street style on most days, torn jeans, T-shirts etc. but she doesn’t restrict herself with just jeans and T-shirts.
She loves trying out new looks, she’s a pro at making ethnic dressing look gothic, she leans towards the dark and edgy while dressing up for college or dressing up for a wedding but rocks the look none the less.
As for her personality, she is super fun. She is a breath of fresh air so full of life, she can get along with anyone, she is kind and works hard to achieve her goals. Her love for animals, music, and dance is quite endless.
I wanted to create something that she would love, also something that could be easy to mix and match but have everything she adores. So go ahead and check out what I designed for Moni!!
For the first outfit, I decided to make a dark blue pencil skirt and a backless top with a fun tie-up on the back. I concentrated more on the tie-up on the back and the fit for the below outfit.
I wanted to do the below outfit with a black fabric but when I was fabric sourcing; I came across this colour and fell in love. I’m glad I picked this colour because Moni loved it too. The below outfit was a simple shift dress with boat neck and three-quarter bell sleeves.
For the last look, I did an off-shoulder top that can be paired with jeans to shorts to skirts. I loved the fabric and just made sure the fitting was right.
Well, there you go, three outfits describing the super fun Moni. She absolutely loved it, but let me know what you think about it? Did I do a good job or Did I miss the mark?
Photo Credit- Kavya Ramakrishna