Powdered Formal | SUE MUE

May 10, 2016

Being geeky and chic is no rocket science. While I have heard my friends cribbing over wearing shades of grey under the ‘formals’ category, I’d like to differ from the module that many of us follow for a daily routine check. Of course many MNC’s tend to have strict colour codes to be worn to work (my sincere sympathy with you), others who happen to have the liberty of playing around with the colour palettes yet maintain a formal silhouette can work wonders with their ‘serious look’.


With the steaming hot weather conditions that we currently face, it definitely is not a good idea to wear boring monochromes to work. While adding colours to your wardrobe cannot be restricted to certain seasons, it is always a great idea to wear lighter tones for the summer season. You see, bright – nudes – powder/candy shades tend to make you feel lighter and reflects cool against the bright sunny rays.


Now match these colour elements with a basic monochrome complimentary apparel and their you have it – A Powdered Formal Look perfect for those who go to some of the coolest workplaces on this planet!


And with the ongoing craze of ‘Capes’ in almost every possible style, I roped in SUE MUE, a 47 years old fashion house situated in the busy market hub of Green Park. From their Spring Summer ’16 collection, I picked up this powder pink cape with zardozi work all over.


Now like I had mentioned earlier, this look is crafted for those who happen to belong to some of the coolest workplaces in the world. Be it a fashion house, a media group, an art studio or even a travel company; wear a balance of embellishments over solid sublime tones and silhouettes to bring out a stylish factor to your regular sober work-look.


Outfit Deets

Cape Shoulder Wrap – Sue Mue

White Shirt – Asos.com

Black Pants – Benetton

Geeky Glasses – Lenskart

Heels – Next.uk

Location Courtesy – Niche Lounge & Bar

What do YOU have to say about this look? Oh! This is also a great way to wear a cape in case you ain’t comfortable showing off your mid-riff.