For an edgy statement outerwear, look nowhere but closer to home.
If the pelikat and batik blazers by Syomirizwa Gupta still remain fresh in your memory and if you have in fact nabbed them when they first came out, then you’ve got to check this out.
I found out that the Malaysian fashion designer has new outerwear pieces out and let us eyeball each one if you’re excited to see each design detail before finally calling a blazer or coat your own.
This gorgeous vest has that checkered look going on and if you’re into the modern plaids or the traditional motif of the pelikat, this statement vest is a must-have. With a stunning notched collared neckline, hook and waist tie fastening and functional side pockets, the slim fit vest is simply all appealing in the best of ways. I especially love the sleeves and the overall boldness of the print and colors used. The vest can be worn in a matchy-matchy sort of way with a pair of pencil pants from the collection.
The Cropped Fluted Hem Ikat Blazer
For a blazer with a touch of Malaysian fashion persuasion, the designer impresses with his patterned cropped blazer interpretation. Using a digital ikat print on a cropped blazer with a fluted hem, the beauty of this designer outerwear lies in its monochrome palette of champagne, black and olive hues. Fans of abstract prints will go gaga over this. I especially appreciate the fitted cut of this highly-wearable statement blazer.
Well, what do you think of the designer vest and blazer? Which one would you love to wear? Share below – I’d love to know.
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