How to style a denim shirt dress

Hola. The amazing thing about blogging is that you can write whenever you want. But that isn't good. If you want to commercialise your blog and actually want to be big in this industry, you need to be consistent. Consistency is the key to success. And if there was an award for the least consistent blogger, I would win it without doubt. But I don't mind that. I don't promote my blog much. People close to me don't even know I have a blog and I don't collaborate with brands. Blogging is like a holiday for me. I write when I want to escape from the chaos of life. And I write whenever I feel like writing. And I only write when I feel there is good content on my mind. I don't write just for the sake of writing.
Moving forward, in July I was in pondicherry vacationing. It was a road trip, hence wearing comfortable clothes was a necessity. Lot of people confuse comfort with boring. Dear people, you can be comfortable without wearing sweat pants. When I heard road trip I knew I'm definitely going to wear my trusted pair of mango black leggings. But what I chose to wear with it was this beautiful ultra comfortable chambray shirt dress/tunic. It's airy, it's cotton, it's almost crease free and super stylish. Denim never goes out of style. It's a classic and why not embrace it.
I wore black leggings, the denim shirt dress as a tunic, thong sandals, a printed scarf, sunglasses and completed my look with a chic top knot. Voila you are ready!
I'm in love with this tunic from It's very versatile and I can think of so many ways to style it. It's basically a shirt dress but I don't wear short dresses hence I ll show you how to style it differently without wearing it like a dress. This is part 1. Stay tuned for the next post to see how I styled it differently!

P. S  ignore my face. I was way too tired and sleepy!

Outfit details:

Tunic/shirt dress  :  Bhane
Leggings : Mango
Sandals: lifestyle
Scarf : sarojni nagar market
Sunglasses : mango
Bag: zara

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