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Style Up for 'New York Fashion Week'

The 'New York Fashion Week' is always here to create a lot of fuss on fashion fad. From celebrities spotting to models on the runway, fashion trends to fashion fame, and a lot more of trends that make the eyes hard to blink and look away from the ramp. From all our favourite brands to all the amazing designers taking the centre stage, showcasing their master creations. A moment of nothing else but just fashion and more fashions.
Okay, so you have decided to go and get a taste of some chic and a vogue moment, you are all in for excitement, except  the most important things is not taken care of i.e. What do I wear?? You will be watched from head to toe, fashion police patrolling to know the details of designer's choice and keeping track of every single style that you picked. 
Who doesn't want to grab the spotlight, with an outfit that is sure to put you on notice and be remembered for your  'à la mode aura'.

Alright, This is it.... An outfit for the most fashionable moment- 'The New York Fashion Week'.
Scroll down for my outfit creation...


Outfit used:

- Crop tops are so much in trend and style, pick up a Ted Baker tribal crop top. Show off those abs that you have been working on.

- A similar Ted Baker Xammie Tribal stripe wrap midi skirt with a slit in the middle to show off that long legs.

-  A nude Christian Louboutin so Kate 120 Leather Pumps. Since the top and the skirt has more vibrant effect, a little sober on the shoe will help reflect the outfit.

- The bag, a Kate Box Clutch Bag in gold metal & patent leather - navy blue.

- Never leave a home without an accessories... the bracelets is  an OASIS Filigree Stretch Bracelet, the earring a Stephen Webster 'Magnipheasant' diamond 18k rose gold feather. 

- Keep the lips bright with a DOLCE&GABBANA Dolce Matte red lipstick.

- A stroke of Guerlain Maxilash mascara so volume.

- Nothing smells better than a GUCCI Flora by Gucci eau de parfum on such day.

Get, set... seize the runaway.  
Have a fashionable, trendy, chic Fashion Week ahead....!!


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