Thursday, 8 November 2012

The Highs And Lows : The Mullet




                                                                               

                                                                            

                                                                     

                                                                         

Mullet skirts and dresses were a rage this summer. These mystical, asymmetrical hemlines originated in the Victorian era dresses and gowns, and have been in trend since then - disappearing and then resurfacing with a vengeance at regular intervals. I personally had been crushing this trend but couldn't make up my mind as to what I should buy - a skirt or a dress. Adding to the woes was the summer fashion bell called the maxi. Hence, I decided to knock open a concoction of the three. And voila! As charming as the silhouette of a mullet is, it sure is enough to take you back to the Victorian era...and trust you me, a sweap of the fabric is enough to bring in those airs of royalty. So if like me, you too had been smitten by this trend - the fishtail's little party in the front and business at the back is your way to go!
Now, as I mentioned on my page there's is a quick D.I.Y to follow this post. If you haven't guessed it already, its my earrings. Attach or hook up two pairs in the form of a single earring. Wear it as a statement piece and add on to the drama...what say ladies??   

Wearing - 

Dress - TrimmingsAndLace
Belt - Thrifted
Sandals - Venus Steps (Delhi)
Earrings and Bangle - Mom's

P.S TrimmingsAndLace is the label for all self-designed and tailored pieces.

Thank you for stopping by...
Love
Agam


13 comments:

  1. Love the dress, the colours, the pattern and fabric..quite regal!! Those gold sandals are awesome too..
    xx
    K
    klassystylefiles.Blogspot.com.au

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  2. Amazing dress!!!!
    Kisses
    Francy&Stef
    chicwiththeleast.blogspot.it

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  3. You have a beautiful blog. Wanna follow each other? Come by and let me know! xoxo

    www.fashionmavenmommy.com

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  4. This dress is gorgeous.. would have loved it more if the mullet part was sheer based.. but great work agam!! i love the details n color! :)

    Thank you so much for your lovely comment :)
    n abt ur comment on my shimla post.. what's baljees??? i din go der :( what is it famous fr? n where was it located.. i have been to shimla twice bt never heard d name.. i love Tripti though.. der spicy elongated gol gappas and der sweet shop :D

    Love
    Akanksha

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  5. Wow Agam! This is your own design? It's perfectionn!! <3
    You know I have got 3-4 high-low designs, but none of them have caught my fancy.. either they are too short at the front or too long at the back..
    But your dress is amazing, and you have styled it soo gracefully!! <3
    Love
    Nitika
    www.theshopaholic-diaries.com

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  6. oooooooo i love ur dress !!!!
    i want one too :) how do i get my hands on it?
    love d color too.
    its fabbbbb
    kunj
    kohllined.blogspot.in

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  7. very pretty Agam! :)
    oh and i know Rana, too! Chandigarh is a small place, isn't it? :)

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  8. very pretty Agam! :)
    oh and even i know Rana. Chandigarh is a small place, isn't it? :)

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  9. Lovely dress, which material is this?? also do you have an outlet/sell online customized dresses?

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  10. Love the colour and the dress.Accessories are bang-on!!
    Let's follow each other if you like to

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