It is officially summer here in London! With the sun finally out, students everywhere are bringing out all the colors we hid away over the winter.
It can be hard to mix colors without going overboard, but Naureen is an expert, as evidenced by her dramatic yet put-together look that screams ‘festival chic’ with all the right dashes of cool and quirky.
Major: Foundation in Fashion Media
Hometown: Punjab, India
School: London College of Fashion, University of the Arts London
Let’s Talk Fashion
Who or what inspires your style? “I [get] inspiration from observing people on the street. Also, my mom has been a great source of inspiration for my style.”
Where do you like to shop?
“I absolutely love street shopping and vintage stores. I also like to shop online at stores like ASOS.”
How would you describe your sense of style? “My sense of style is quirky and comfortable. I believe in diversity and staying true to your roots, therefore I take cues from my Indian roots and like to incorporate a little bit of my culture into my style.”
What fashion advice would you give to their students looking to improve their style? “Just be yourself and don’t be afraid to represent yourself, no matter how crazy that representation may be.”
What are your favorite trends right now? “Chokers and patchwork denim.”
If you could raid anyone’s closet, who would it be and why?
“Troye Sivan. I love his style and he makes me want to experiment with vintage clothing.”
What do you do for fun – do you have any unique hobbies or interests?
“I do run a fashion blog called The Fashion Mesh on Instagram and Facebook where I post self styled images.”
Elements of Naureen’s Outfit
1. Funky Accessories
Naureen’s accessories are statement pieces on their own, but upon closer inspection they actually match well together and even accentuate her embellished skirt.
I love how her sunglasses resemble a diamond and reference this season’s holographic trend. Naureen’s chandelier heart-shaped earrings are an amazing cross between quirky and chic with their striking colors and shapes. The pieces combine to add a bit more flair to her bold outfit.
2. Embellished Skirt
As she mentioned, Naureen loves to take inspiration from her Indian roots and this is very evident in her multicolored skirt. It’s gorgeous in photos and breathtaking in person, embellished with bright threading, beading, and mirrors.
The skirt on its own is already the talking point of any outfit, but Naureen doesn’t stop there – she manages to match it with a DIY fringe top that somehow works perfectly. I love how her outfit echoes her style, which she describes as kitschy and comfy, with its bright colors and loose fit.
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