Hina Rehan | Chic &Co. ?
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Ever since I started blogging, I have fallen in love with it ?and have decided to be more consistent with my blog, bringing for you all fresh content every now and then. So, here I am with my another outfit story that I styled the other day while I was out with my friends on a coffee that later ended up with long drives to the interiors of the city as the weather was too good!?
I am not much of a t-shirt girl but when I am sporting them I make sure not to end up looking boring with just a plain tee and jeans combo. I look out for fun and trendy styling in them. Yeah! I know that’s too much to expect in a t-shirt though (don’t judge me on that ? ). The return of 70s and 80s on fashion streets has blessed this one basic element of clothing with a makeover. We can witness every major retailer brand showcasing tees with cute patchworks, one word slogans, crop fits that are too trendy to be left on those display racks.
I love H&M, it’s been my favorite shopping destination. Their clothing is always trendy and up with latest style craze. It has a huge variety of cute and super chic patchworks and 80s theme styled pieces, suited for different moods and fad games of every fashionista. I was too tempted by this cute blush pink crop tee with so trending rose patchwork and front knot. As already guessed.. it ended up on my billing receipt.?
Keeping the essence of 80s alive I paired this tee with a black bandage skirt from Forever New to break the mundane tee and denim look. I love body conscious fits because they bring the femininity out and this one versatile skirt is my favorite and essential wardrobe piece since long. It has never given me a sad moment! Being one of their hit pieces, Forever New has been launching it in different colors every year. I opted for black suede block heels and my favorite black cat eye sunglasses to sync in the whole look with 80s monochrome trend and adding a little drama to a t-shirt outfit. With straight sleek hair left loose, I finished my look.