Drop it like it’s hot!

January 14, 2021

Drop it like it’s hot!

FRIDAY STYLE TIPS / how to style a drop waist dress.

 

With the weather being so unpredictable this season and rain gods showing us no mercy, we have gotten your back with our minimal styles in vivid colours to brighten up your day.

 

We bring our best selling silhouettes in scintillating colours, smart-minimalistic cuts and attention to detail with our latest collection-Wilderness. This collection is an ode to our struggles and our lows because without them we would not be who we are today. 

 

Let us show you how to style this week’s best selling dress- Made of Light in three different ways to style this versatile silhouette. 

 

Look #1

 

Hakuna Mimosa 

 

Saturday mornings are for mimosas and brunch, get your perfect OOTD for a day out with the girls. 

 

   

 

Wear our "Made of light" dress like an overlay with a crisp plain white t-shirt inside. Pair it with ripped boyfriend jeans to give it an easy street style look. Carry your essentials in our blue and off-white canvas mini tote, finish off with white plimsoll sneakers! 

 

Look #2 

 

Yellow is the new black 

 

Getting bored of your usual workwear wardrobe? We’ve got your back!

 

   

 

Pair the "Made of light" dress with a chic black blazer for a casual office meet. Complement the outfit with our full moon bag. Pep it up with a sleek pair of black pumps and you’re good to go!

 

Look #3

 

Denim it up!

 

Food. 

Water. 

Denim. 

Getting back to the essentials. 

 

   

 

Our made of light dress paired with a sanforized full sleeve denim jacket is the perfect outfit for a summer date. Complete the look with white ankle tops and your favourite sling bag!

 

 

Shop Now!

 

Made of Light

https://kharakapas.com/collections/wilderness-jan2021/products/kk-ann2021-04

 

Black Full Moon Bag

https://kharakapas.com/collections/bags-and-shoes/products/mahogany-round-bag-1



Canvas Mini Tote 

https://kharakapas.com/collections/bags-and-shoes/products/canvas-mini-tote

 





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