Get the look: Off to work

Published: December 17, 2012
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Zoe Viccaji arrives at launch of Adnan Pardesy's collection The Working Woman, sporting an outfit from the collection.

Zoe Viccaji arrives at launch of Adnan Pardesy's collection The Working Woman, sporting an outfit from the collection.

Singer Zoe Viccaji was spotted at the collaborated launch of Adnan Pardesy’s collection for The Working Woman, sporting an outfit from the collection. Zoe is popular for her appearances on Coke Studio, singing backing vocals and alongside singer-songwriter Bilal Khan. This rising star has rated high on our style-o-meter in the semi formal outfit she wore with grace.

Accessories

accessories

Zoe styled her outfit with only two rings, a brown watch and big top-earrings. She knew to keep things simpler with the professional look that she modeled.  You might find similar jewelry lying around on your dressing table; in case you don’t, visit Zainab Market market. You can even make a trip to Accessorize, where you can get all the accessories under Rs2,000.

Shoes

shoes

The singer matched her shoes perfectly with her winter office shirt. Although, the colour is not so common in formal three-inch heels, if you keep a look out for it, you might be able to find it at local shoe stores for Rs1,500. Similar shoes at Nine West, Debenhams, or Charles & Keith can cost you up to Rs8,000. Watch out for year-end sales!

Make-up

makup

Zoe wore a nice cover up and sported red lips with confidence. We recommend Mac’s Russian Red lipstick (Rs1,700), Color Studio’s Invincible powder (Rs800), Mac blush in Peach (Rs1,400) and black Color Stay liner by Revlon (Rs500). Zoe knew there was no need for dark eye-shades with that bright lipstick! The matching nail colour we suggest is O.P.I’s Color So Hot It Berns (Rs300).

Outfit

dress

Her viscose navy blue outfit is fitted on top and flowy at the bottom, with a collar and long sleeves making it perfect for a winter look! It has crossed beige thread lines to the waist and beige stitches in the pleats and edges. Complemented with a well fitted white churidar, this outfit costs Rs11,000 at Adnan Pardesy outlets.  If you have a super crafty tailor, another option is to request him to stitch it for you.

Published in The Express Tribune, December 18th, 2012.          

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