This fun and flirty dress would be perfect for turning heads at a summer party. You could even dress it down by swapping he heels for a pair of flat sandals.
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When it comes to dressing up, there’s nothing I love more than a great midi skirt. Pair one with heeled boots and you’re sure to feel beautiful and badass at the same time. But midi skirts aren’t just for fancy parties. They’re also a chic option to wear to work or a fun way to mix up your casual summer style, as these twelve outfits prove:
There’s nothing like a midi skirt paired with wedges to make me feel like the best version of myself, somehow pretty and powerful at the same time. I like that this look has a little bit of everything, it’s chic, but could also come off as a little boho with just a touch of attitude. I’d totally wear it to a summer conference, picnic, or concert, or perhaps on just a random Thursday when I need a style boost.
I don’t know about you, but I will pick a statement necklace over statement earrings any day. Maybe it’s because my hair length and face shape seem to make earrings tricky. Or maybe it’s because I’d like my earlobes to still be in good shape when I’m 60. Or maybe it’s because, at the end of the day, I’m just a necklace girl. Whatever the reason, when it comes to big necklaces, I can’t get enough.
But my preference for big necklaces over big earrings shouldn’t preclude me (or you) from taking part in this summer’s hottest trend: off the shoulder tops and dresses.
You’ve probably seen everybody and their sister wearing off the shoulder tops (especially on Instagram and Pinterest). And just because you haven’t seen a lot of people wearing them with necklaces doesn’t mean you can’t wear one. I’m here to set the record straight: you can totally wear a necklace with an off the shoulder top or dress. Necklaces are especially great if, like me, you’re a little broader on top, and you want to break up that wide expanse of skin.
So if necklaces are your jam, go ahead and rock one with an off the shoulder dress. I particularly like how the icy blue of the stone in this necklace and the pale blue embroidery in the shoes play off the warm, deep burgundy of the dress.
Headed out of town for a weekend wedding? Why not make one fantastic skirt (not to mention the necklace) do double duty?
This is definitely the classic way to style this skirt, and it’s perfect for a vineyard wedding or dressy brunch. You could even sub in a pair of flats, if heels aren’t your thing, and still look sufficiently dressy.
But I couldn’t stop with the fancy styling of this skirt. I love pairing something dressier with more casual elements for a look that’s perfect for looking chic while exploring a new city. (Even if exploring just means strolling from one cafe to the next!)
This week has been all about two things: my obsession with black and white (and sometimes grey) and my new royal necklace. So I’m capping the week off with this simple but chic outfit that hits all my favorite trends and would work perfectly from the office to date night.
Update: Be sure to check out my new post for eight more outfits that are perfect for a holiday party!
With Christmas just around the corner, and New Year’s Eve on the horizon, you’ve probably got no shortage of parties and events to attend. Whether you’re looking to go dressy or casual, sparkly or sophisticated, these eight outfits will help inspire your holiday party style.
Who says holiday style can’t be sleek and sexy? I’m loving all black looks with gold accents for the holidays. This look is totally covered (meaning you won’t freeze) but pretty damn sexy at the same time. Perfect for those holiday events where you really want to turn some heads.
Earlier this fall, I scored a beautiful (and surprisingly comfortable) grey tulle skirt, and I’ve been thinking about how to style it ever since. This outfit is now high on my list to wear on Thanksgiving. A flannel shirt is a super cozy and seasonally appropriate look, and it’s incredibly fun when paired with a feminine skirt. And I’m pulling the outfit together by sticking with a monochromatic color palette in my favorite color. (I can’t get enough grey!)
The holidays are a time of year where you have an excuse to get a little more dressed up than you might normally do. Between holiday parties, Christmas, and New Year’s Eve, there’s plenty of chances to add a little extra shimmer to your wardrobe. But as the temps start to drop, if you’re anything like me, you might also find yourself craving cozy sweaters and warm boots to combat the cold.
This outfit lets you indulge both. Glimmer, sparkles, and metallics. Check. A warm and cozy sweater dress. Check. Festive and cozy at the same time. What more could you ask for in a holiday outfit?