Photographer- Jitendra B | Styling, Modelling & Editing- Naznin Suhaer
Sweater – Fame Forever by Lifestyle | Skirt – Ebay | Leather Jegging – Pieces | Rosary, Clutch & Lace-up Boots – Gifted
December has already kicked in and there is more urge for coffee than usual; waking up with chapped lips no matter how much lip balm you have smeared on last night is going to be an everyday story for a couple of months. A sudden desire to wear pretty socks, to cuddle up with your loved ones, to read books that feed your soul, to make reasons to skip office, have creamy tomato soup, cook-up yummy pasta, eat grilled fish and watch your favorite sitcoms seems like the most wonderful idea during the season. And of course, making sure you wear all the winter clothes that you own in your wardrobe. Since it’s officially ‘the’ season to layer up, jackets in leather, denim, trench coats, knits, and cardigans are the winter must-haves.
Few beauty essentials for the season- a face mist, a good moisturizer, a lovely smelling hand & nail cream, a body lotion that works like a dream, a water bottle to keep yourself hydrated, a pink creamy blush-on, and a simple bed-time skincare routine. Also, going for aromatherapy, a relaxing foot massage, a hair trim and lots of beauty sleep are must-do’s. I came across this somewhere that every hour spent asleep before midnight is worth two after midnight.
Coming to the outfit, I’m wearing this beautiful sweater from Fame Forever which is another in-house brand of Lifestyle International. I picked it up for this shoot last time while I was at their store for the collaboration. I paired it with my black skirt and leather jeggings. Layering skirts over pants has been one of my favorite trends this year and I’m so much in love with it!
Hope you liked this post! Happy Winters to all of you J
P.S: I’ve been working with a young talent Jitendra to create quite a number of posts for I Dress for the Applause. Not only is he exceptional at understanding your vision, but is as passionate towards his work as I’m which led to working on a series of posts with him. In fact, the longest association with a photographer so far. A big thanks to you Jitendra.