Fashion, Outfit of the Day

Your New Favorite Shift Dress

No matter how many ensembles I piece together, every season I have a uniform. What I mean by that is that there is always one I repeat, over and over again. Can you relate?! I have a funny feeling this multicolor shift dress will become my 2016 summer uniform.

 

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Outfit waste is no bueno. In fact, I encourage re-weariing your favorite ensembles. Just remember to switch things up a tad each time. The easiest way to accomplish this, when you are working with a shift dress, is to top it with something different and change the shoes accordingly. To create a dramatic look, consider topping your dress with a cape and throw on a pair or pumps or strappy sandals. For a more casual look, cover up in a denim jacket and strut a pair of lace-up flats. Catch my drift?!

 

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In the featured look, I rocked this hot number solo and left the drama to the accessories. A-line and true retro style, this shift is great for Sunday brunch, a festive dinner, and everything in between. I plan on wearing this dress to wine country later this week. As you can see, I pulled out the fuchsia in the print with a pair of bright pink stilettos. I’ll be swapping those out for some wine-tasting- friendly wedges! Style Tip: Ask your tailor to save you the hem of your dress or skirt and wear it as a headband!

 

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