I’m sorry for being a bit irregular with my blog posts but I was busy putting together looks as I have a cousin’s wedding to attend this weekend.

Coming to today’s post, I’m giving you all that street style look which is one of the best according to me and which hopefully will give you’ll the inspiration for your next look.

I’m wearing a shawl collar cardigan over a basic tee paired with my favourite drop-crotch jogger pants. So first of all , what’s a cardigan? If you’re not sure on exactly what it is then it’s going to be hard to style it properly. Cardigans cover a range of styles and can be worn loosely, with no buttons or zips, leaving you with a clean open design, or buttoned up to give a clean, slim look.  You can actually team a cardigan in a lot of ways to make any look more what it already is and to add up an extra element to it.

The reason for selecting a cardigan-look  is because there are cities like Delhi and Bangalore  who  have the best days to wear sweaters, jackets, cardigans and other similar pieces.

The shawl cardigan is just an alternative to your bomber or not so-snug denim jacket.The longline cardigan style, and its thickness makes it best suited to casual combinations such as plain tees, raw denim jeans and simple sneakers.

Take a note from this laid back look by pairing together your black denims with a basic tee shirt and a light coloured long line cardigan. You can also pair such a cardigan over an anti-fit chino and brown suede loafers for a semi-formal attire,just in case.




Cardigan – Pull and Bear

Joggers – AllSaints

Black tee – Zara

Slip -ons – Onitsuka tigers

Wrist wear – H&M

Backpack – Atorse

Cap – H&M

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