Monochrome Madness

Weesha wears Debenhams heart print blouse, Asos Curve skirt, Spring lip clutch and River Island shoes Weesha Spring lip clutch and River Island shoes

Heart print top- Debenhams (similar options here and here, with sleeves here and here)

Skirt- Asos Curve (available in petite sizes too)

Shoes – River Island

Clutch- Spring (out of stock) similar here

Everything I’m wearing has been in my closet for a while, but I only cut the tags off today. Do you do that as well? I seem to wear things in rotation. If I love something, I wear it to death until I move on to the next round of favorites or new purchases.

This skirt is definitely a new favorite, it still works as a basic because it goes with everything but the sheer checks layer adds a new twist. It’s on sale now and available in black and white, I’m so tempted to get it in white as well!

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8 Responses to “Monochrome Madness”

  1. Une femme

    What a great look! Love each of these pieces individually and together. Your hair color is so fun!

    • Weesha

      Thank you so much 🙂 i’d highly recommend anyone trying an alternative color at least once in their life!

  2. Chiara Pannozzo

    I have a terrible habit of buying things and not cutting the tags off for months. I’m glad to hear some else does that too. And I love this outfit, you look fab!x

  3. Shawna McComber

    This is such a great outfit. It seems simultaneously cute, sexy, and chic. I am one of those people who cuts the tags off things as soon as i get them home, which is perhaps not the best thing to do but I can’t stand anything hanging in my closet with tags still on. Because I shop at second hand/thrift shops a lot, I often buy things out of season so they definitely go into the closet only to be rediscovered months later, but it is most likely there will not be any tags on them.

  4. fashionforgiants

    Gorgeous. I love this combination!

    I generally do cut the tags off for the same reason as Shawna does; I do a lot of thrifting. So I bring stuff home, take off the tags and wash it immediately.