Beat the heat with the Vero Moda Ice Cream Collection
In its recent spring summer collection 2016, Vero Moda launched their super cute Ice Cream Collection which includes a delicious colour palette of pastels. Sounds stupendous, right? In their Ice Cream Collection, they offer a wide collection of dresses, tops, trousers, shorts and skirts which will drive you crazy. Well, I went bonkers after having a look at their collection, especially considering the fact that I have a huge appetite for pastels. And when it comes to trying out new fashion and exploring the latest trends, there’s always room in my wardrobe.
Vero Moda Ice Cream Collection 2016
According to Vero Moda, your favourite ice cream flavour says something about your personal sense of style. For us girls, ice cream has always helped us through the difficult and confusing situations in life. Not only that, it has also helped us cheer up and beat our “bad moods” and “mood swings”. In short, Ice Cream is a saviour, always!
So, I picked up this super cute colour blocked tunic dress from Vero Moda’s Ice Cream Collection. Speaking of which, colour blocking has been one of the latest and an emerging trends of 2016. The moment I saw this tunic dress in the store, I knew it had to be a part of my wardrobe. It was fresh, clean and current.
I was so excited to style it with Trinket Square jewellery and accessories. As you can see, I kept it light and minimal with a white coloured pug watch paired with a pearl bracelet cuff in one hand and a knot double ring in the other. While considering the jewellery, I came across these pair of anchor stud earrings which go just perfectly with the colour of the dress.
Photography Courtesy: Sanika Chandekar
What I’m Wearing: Tunic Dress from Vero Moda, Jewellery and Accessories from Trinket Square, Shoes from Forever 21, Handbag from Charles & Keith.
The dress has a beautiful collar and in order to keep its style undisturbed, I preferred not throwing on a necklace. To complete the look, I wore a nude coloured handbag from Charles & Keith and a pair of floral round sunglasses from Trinket Square, and I was good to go.