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!
If there is one thing I love about these pictures is the setting. My country has so many beautiful places that I would love to share with all of you, however sometimes, because of the situation we are currently living in, that is not possible. I try to educate my eye to discover beauty wherever I go. It is not always an easy task, as we are so prone to criticize, and judge; but it is always a healthy one. This has made me look at my surroundings in a totally different way. When I take in the places, the people, and the things that encircle me, I try to consider much more than what meets the eye, because, many times, one’s first impressions may not be as accurate as we might think.
This checked print top somehow brings to my mind the image of a mod girl, although for achieving the look, a high waist, ankle length trouser would be the ideal matching garment, the flare jeans also seem to work. A relaxed look fit for a weekend.
Flare legs are in. And as a heels lover (you know, I always appreciate the few extra inches), I can’t be happier: Bell Bottoms (BB) are the perfect match to sky-scraping platforms. On top of that, flare jeans give you an instant style upgrade. Summing up, BBs not only look cool on, but they make you seem slimmer and taller,… what’s not to love?