TEdit X DYOT

Published: August 22, 2019
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Three style savy girls play dress up with DYOT’s latest pieces. DYOT is one of a kind online store, which allows you to customise and play around with their designs and cuts according to your taste and preference. See how these fashion forward ladies style our favourite pieces just in time for summer festivities!

Floral Suit

Maham makes a bold statement in a floral print suit. She keeps her overall look fuss-free and lets her outfit do the talking!

Black With A Pop Of Colour

Maham cuts a stylish figure in a funky two piece number. The colourful motifs on the shirt add the right amount of oomph to her overall look. With berry lips and tassel earrings, Maham looks nothing less than perfection! Plus point, this outfit has pockets!

Orange Is The New Black

Maham is bang on trend in matching separates! She teams her look with black heels which go perfectly with the beaded embroidery on her shirt. With a sleek pony tail and dark lips, Maham is an absolute style star!

Old World Charm

Abeera exudes old world charm in a matching blush pink angharka and churidaar pajama. She is the epitome of grace as she pairs her embroidered ensemble with an organza dupatta and traditional accessories.

Black Laser Cut

Maham looks effortlessly chic in a black laser cut shirt. We love how she pairs her kurta with traditional bangles and shoes. With loose curls and a no make-up look, Maham is ready to head out for a casual day in style!

Patriotic In Green

Abeera is oozing traditional vibes in this embroidered green number. She pairs her two piece set with flower accessories and pretty bangles. With smokey eyes and half tied hair, Abeera is giving us major style inspiration for summer festivities!

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