One Dress, Three Ways

There’s always one piece of clothing that no one can ever give up because you’ve worn it hundreds of times. Except, you’ve worn it in the same way, hundreds of times. You pair it with those same old shoes you got last Christmas and just throw on any old jacket in your wardrobe and you’re good to go. See where I’m heading with this? 

You’ve restricted one piece of clothing to one particular occasion! But don’t worry! I’ve go you covered! I’ve styled one dress three ways to show you how your ‘every day dress’ can be more versatile than you think.

The Dress: ROMWE Turtleneck Sleeveless Striped Dress 

{Note: Substitute your own dress for this!}

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Option One: The Casual Chic! 

This is what most people would tend to stick to. It’s comfortable and easy to slip on for a casual day with friends.

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Option Two: The ‘I’m Going Out’

This is a mix between casual and dressy, it’s nothing to extravagant! It’s more so a look that would be worn going out to dinner with friends at a nice restaurant or even maybe a date?

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Option Three: The Formal Look

This is definitely a more formal look that could also double as an office look if you throw on a blazer! (See, so versatile!) 

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The best way to style one piece of clothing is to keep an open mind! So, for all those dresses that you’ve stored away in the back of your wardrobe because they are ‘out of season’ get them out and play around with a few other pieces and accessories and you might have yourself a gorgeous outfit! Have fun styling!

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