My fashionistas, this is how I have layered up on a Sunday in this mid-May-winter when I went to the Boishakhi mela ( a fun fair celebrating Bengali new year). Once again Weavers Field became the centre of all activity, the Bethenal Green park has transformed in to a hub of all the fun with a belated celebration of bengali new year known as ”poila boishakh” by the Tower Hamlets association in the east of London . Colorful festoons, people from all sections of the society, stalls, south-asian food and fun fair rides for the family and children to enjoy- a complete celebration of life and cultures.
It’s mid-May, Britain returns to winter. Our summer is a joke, we had three weeks of sunshine and the rest was rain, wind and cold. Today was one of the cloudy, windy and cold day. I had to go to a fun fair which is all about colors, so I wore this colorful tribal print mini-skirt from Primark. I wore a tangeriene bralet underneath that I just bought this week from Forever21 and to layer on top, I wore a white gunge tank with lace at the back, from the same brand. Since the gunge has a very low neck, so I decided to wear the bralet underneath that just pops a bit colour and also it covers enough. My leather jacket is from Zara. After a long research. I finally spotted a leather jacket with golden zip.
To style a tribal print mini skirt and a leather jacket together, I wanted to have a different hair-do this time that compliments this look. So I opted for a top-knot bun and wore it with red lip. A pair of black ballerina doubles up for comfort and style statement. A pure leather handbag from Debenhams in bottle green is added to give an edge to this look. A pair of Rayban sunnies completed this look.0