Spring is here and that means wedding season has begun. With so many to attend, it gets expensive if you need to buy a new dress each time. Here are some ways to get more wear from one dress. Have at least one simple go-to dress in your closet that you feel comfortable in. You will get more wear from a dress when it is basic and simple in look because they are less identifiable when worn multiple times, especially when you change up what you wear with them. Get more wear out of a dress by buying different types of jewelry, shoes and wraps to change up your look. The key to getting maximum use out of one dress is through your accessories. Switch from gold to silver or diamonds to pearls and you will instantly have a new look. A simple change in jewelry can make a huge difference in the way you look. So before you go out and buy a new dress for your next event try freshening up a dress you already own with new shoes and some exciting new jewelry. Check out FreshTrends, they have a great selection of jewelry, specifically body jewelry that will add glamor to your wedding attire.
Friday, March 28, 2014
Saturday, March 22, 2014
Blazer :: H&M (similar here)
Tank :: Peter Pilotto for Target (here)
Trousers :: Peter Pilotto for Target (here)
Mary Janes Heels :: Zara (splurge here)
Bracelet :: Jcrew pave link bracelet (here)
Today I expressed my love for prints with this ensemble from the Peter Pilotto for Target collection. Out of all the Target collaborations, I was most excited about this one. His work contains luxurious materials with exceptional prints, so I was curious to see what was in store. Among the Peter Pilotto for Target items this abstract ensemble is the most subtle. To balance out the prints I added a gray blazer with scallop-edged detail for a statement-making contrast. Of the collection, this outfit, this sweater (very soft and pretty!) and this skirt (love the bold print!) are my favorites. Have some fun with your wardrobe and decide how bold you are with the severity of your geometric print this season.