One of our favorite things to do is help women accessorize and style new outfits. It can be both challenging and thrilling to think outside of the box and put things together in a new way. We definitely understand the desire to re-wear your favorite, go-to dress for multiple events and we are here to show you how to do it! In this example, Morganna has styled a lovely floral print sheath dress from Garment City for five different types of weddings.
For a traditional church wedding, keep it simple with a flattering black jacket, such as this open front jacket by Joseph Ribkoff and add a touch of color with a beaded necklace from Taolei. The black compliments the belt on the dress and helps tone down the pattern. A classic slingback and a sparkly clutch complete this look!
Layering isn't just for tops! Turn this dress into a black-tie look by wearing it under a tea-length skirt, like this taffeta skirt by Adrianna Papell. Add a touch of sparkle at your wrist, a strappy heel and a lady-like bag to polish off this ensemble! Layering a skirt over a dress is a great way to add more versatility to your wardrobe year-round.
This dress definitely lends itself to playing with color! Add a fabulous spin on a classic look by adding a burgundy Joseph Ribkoff jacket and a strand of green pearls. Top it off with a simple satin shoe and a gold clutch for fun! Adding accessories that pick up on the different colors in a print is one of the easiest ways to start playing with different looks.
By removing the belt and adding a glorious sunhat and a complimentary scarf, this dress is transformed once more! Keep your accessories funky and your shoes comfy like these adorable Oka B sandals. Don't be afraid to mix patterns! A good rule of thumb is one large pattern and one small pattern- just make sure those colors coordinate!
Which look is your favorite? Tell us in the comments section! And if you are dying to learn how to wear a certain style, or want tips on a specific look, just let us know! The most rewarding part of what we do is inspiring our customers to look at themselves and their clothes in new and exciting ways. Happy dressing!