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.