Saturday, October 10, 2015

Posted On October 10, 2015 by Team iCynosure.

Its confession time. I was never good in geometry as I felt it wasn’t a flamboyant enough subject. I loved the exaggeration of the French ‘R’ or the alphabet play of Chemistry but Math was always in the shade of grey shade on the study table.

#OOTD Jeans: Levis 711, Shirt: B:Kind Clothing, Ballerinas: F-Gali
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However when you take geometry out of the books and implement in the world of fashion, there is nothing more interesting than the play of shapes. And honestly whenever I now come across a geometric print I’m instantly drawn towards it. Fashion pieces that include a geometric pattern have a great mathematical feel and I feel like a mathematician when I style it appropriately. It seems like the shapes and patterns can overcome the adverse and come together to form a good precision point to grab all the attention. 

Geometry is the hottest print this season and you find them everywhere... on outfits, accessories and footwear. And today I am all set to style my gorgeous pair of geometric ballerinas from F-Gali, a brand that promises to splash some colour into your wardrobes with some stylish flat ballets that are perfect for a day-out or a semi-formal outing or even a fun dance date. These fun babies can be paired with just about everything from prints to metallics and even other patterns. However if you are not very experimental then you could play safe with styling them with denims. Denims go with everything and you can never go wrong with them; hence I've played safe with my first tryst with denim on denim. 

The timeless and effortless style of denims just got more stunning with these beautifully crafted shoes from the house of F-Gali. To make my adorned feet the focus and make a statement with them I've kept the rest of the look pretty muted, yet delightfully alluring. This look can be easily transcend from day to night with just a gorgeous neckpiece and a statement clutch. 

How would you style your geometric prints and patterns? You think I did well? 


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