Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Layered in Florals


Happy Wednesday Friends;  I am sharing this look I wore to Church a few days ago. Although we already had our first snow fall in my city, the temperature was okay and not too cold so I wanted to wear light layers and my new velvet flats blogged about HERE. I threw on a white sweatshirt over my Chicwish floral dress previously blogged about HERE to achieve a "top over a skirt" look and it totally worked because a few friends thought I was wearing a skirt and a top.

It is good to note that Chicwish also had maxi skirts in this same fabric at the time this dress was released for sale two summers ago but why buy a skirt and a dress in the same fabric when you can style a dress as a skirt? This is a question to ponder when you shop for clothes this holiday season. I'm always up for any styling tip that can help me get the most out of my wardrobe or closet.

              Dress worn as skirt: Chicwish / Sweatshirt: Ann Taylor / Velvet Flats: Blogged about HERE



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  1. I really like the way you combine these items together. The skirt pattern is very gorgeous and it is my favorite pattern to wear of any season! Also, you are super gorgeous and love your blog. I am happy to find you!

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  2. I love the layering, Beauty! I totally remember that dress. You look beautiful as always.


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