I know what you’re thinking. It has been ages since I’ve uploaded an OOTD post (or any post for that matter) but in my defence whenever I attempted to do a shoot, either the weather, the lighting or the location just didn’t work for me. Also, I’ve been experiencing some MAJOR technical difficulties so even when I did capture the most perfect images, I was unable to upload! But fear not, all is okay now, so you can look forward to many more OOTD posts!
I recently realized that finding an item that is easy to wear, doesn’t require a lot of effort and that can be worn in many different ways is difficult but not impossible.
Thanks to Damasq for sending me their Mouza Instant Coverup a while ago because since then I’ve been creating so many different looks from just this one item – nope, I’m not kidding around.
If you’ve never seen/heard of the Mouza Coverup before, it is basically a top, scarf and undercap all in one. It takes less than a minute to put on and can be worn with pants, skirts or even over dresses and abayas.
Depending on how you tuck, fold, pin or belt up the Mouza, you can create a cape, a jumpsuit, a simple flowy top or a fancy one – manipulation is the name of the game.
For this look, which is perfect for dinner at a restaurant or as a semi-formal outfit for work, I belted the Mouzza using a glittery gold belt which gave it some shape around the waist area and created defined sleeves.
Considering that the Mouza Coverup, is long enough to cover the essentials, I paired it with these chino-inspired straight-legged pants which is fitted but not too tight, to ensure a modest look.
If you’re not a fan of pants but still want to stick to the black/gold/tan colour palette, you could also pair it with a nude/tan straight skirt instead of pants.
I kept my accessories simple with a black patent pointed heel and a studded tan handbag.
The scarf is part of the Mouza and I just simply draped it like you would a normal scarf. However, you can always use your own scarf and tie the Mouza scarf around your bun to hide it and to give you volume and a roundedness underneath your scarf.
And that’s it! A simple modest look that uses just 2 clothing items and is so easy to recreate! I hope you enjoyed this look and in the upcoming weeks, I’ll be sharing with you guys all of the different looks that I create using the Mouza either on the blog or on my IG page (@veiledbeautyza), so do look out for it.
And if you already own a Mouza, and would like some personal styling tips that will work for your body type/shape or even a specific colour palette, do send me a mail and I will definitely help out!