One Dress. Three Ways.

(Dress: Article& . Belt: Similar Here)

I LOooooooOOOve dresses.  I’d wear them all day, err day if I could.  So when I find one I really REALLY like (like this brown balloon sleeve sweater dress), I wear it as much as I can.  Not only is this dress extremely comfortable, it’s flattering and warm.  

I love it on its’ own but it’s super easy to throw on a cardigan or top layer to make it look like a whole new outfit.  This is a simple trick to perk up any older or tired dresses. All you need is a block color dress, a belt, and a cardi or jacket to add and voila!  New Outfit!

Let’s start with lewk 1.  I popped on a brown belt and a cheetah mule for the most simple look.  The dress is pretty substantial and can absolutely stand alone. I mean, give me a puff sleeve any day and I’m g2g.

(Dress: Article& . Belt: Similar Here)

Look 2: Very simple. Very easy.  I found this thin shawl and immediately saw it over this dress.  A shawl like this adds a little *oomph to a block color dress and can dress it up a little.  I paired this with a suede slouch boot and a tortoise belt.

(Dress: Article& . Shawl: DressUp . Belt: Similar Here)

Look 3: I love a good cheetah print.  I especially love it when it’s on a plush cardigan.  As the weather gradually turns colder, it’s nice to have heavy layers that not only add warmth but ~fashun~ as well. 

(Dress: Article& . Cardigan: HM)

Obviously, where you wear the dress determines how you wear it.  For work, I would wear it with a more structured piece or alone and add a more conservative shoe.  For weekends or more casual events, a slouchy boot or oversized cardigan would be perfect.  

**SN: While I always say comfort is key, I do recommend Spanx with this dress or others like it.  Instead of thinking about undergarments as a pain or constricting, think of them as just another layer of warmth on those colder days (bulk not included).

Grocery List:

Dress: Article&

Belt 1: Land’s End

Belt 2: Amazon

Shawl: DressUp

Cardigan: HM

If you enjoyed this post, make sure to check out THIS POST on one of my favorite fall trends: Men’s Wear!