Choker tops have permeated my IG feed for a while, but until now, the closest I had come in contact with them was through the tips of my fidgety fingers on the screen. As much as I love trying new trends, I hadn’t attempted to make the style my own. So it was by time that I did. Here is a personal summary of my experience:
Perfect piece for an everyday look.
Necklaces are optional, if not obsolete.
At all costs, avoid wearing it on hot summer days.
Have you tried choker tops? What’s your intake? Let me know if there is a trend in particular you want me to try!
Last Wednesday, cladded up in candy pink, I was glad to be wearing woolly layers and jeans. Believe it or not, the afternoon we shot this look was a particularly chilly one. It is March, and the soon to be unbearable heat of Summer has been thrusting the mercury up. But for no reason, that evening, the clouds were ganging up on us and threatening with rain. Even if the cool temperatures offered us a soothing afternoon, we were forced to shut the panoramic doors because the mischievous winds wouldn’t give us a rest.
Hi everyone! I visited El Encanto a few days ago. It is a residential area that also counts with a beautiful, sleek club house. It is a perfect place for chilling out by the pool with friends, or playing a tennis match; an ideal landscape for a short escapade from the buzz of the city.
I firmly stand for chic simplicity. Friends constantly come to me asking for advice on how to accessorize an outfit. For the most part, they tend to think that if their look does not include an array of jewellery, it is incomplete. Less is more. It is never about HOW MUCH you wear, but more about WHAT you wear and what you want to draw attention to. While putting this outfit together, I realized that the laser-cut top was a stand-out on its own, so accessories seemed to be unnecessary. On top of that, this pair of heels already have an embellished strap, which to me, adds just the right amount of spark to the look.