I paired a Studio S crop top that says “#iread” with a black organza cape. I wanted a punk-rock look so I threw on my own patent-leather boots and black jeans.
I love this stunning Studio S jacket with gold-wire embellishments on a deep rich blue velvet. I wore my own shirt inside, in butter-yellow, with black heels and flared blue jeans.
I paired this black Studio S lehnga with my own graphic tee. The lehnga is exquisite and opulent with gold flowers on black velvet. My t-shirt, which shows Coke and Pepsi fighting it out in a boxing match, added whimsy to the outfit. My favourite thing about Studio S creations is in fact the marriage of whimsy and old-world charm.
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This stunning gown from the Shakespeare collection is whimsical and elegant. In order to not take away from the beauty of the piece, I decided to simply pair it with crisp white pants and a white tank and leave the front open. For me, this gave it a fun twist.
The organza jacket inspired by the Emperors Assassin collection is the perfect jacket to throw over an all black outfit in order to give it some flair! The dragon motif is incredibly cool and unique.
The Wedding Procession is one of my favourite collections. The detailing is simply breathtaking and so I decided to pair this jacket with a simple black top and my favourite army green pants just to add some funk.
These matching separates had beautiful sunset shades which channel feminine glamour, coming together for a super cool outfit that I would totally wear out with friends.
This all black outfit, especially the sheer cape, is all about being chic with an edgy twist. Leaving my hair open and my makeup soft, I’m ready for a night out on the town.
This criss cross black and white top is super versatile and trendy. Itâ€™s chilled out, yet edgy, and can be worn to any occasion.
This silver gown reminded me of sk8er boy Avril Lavigne meets Beyonce! I did my hair in a messy bun to add a fun twist to the whole thing. I love the drama of the skirt bottom.
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