Monday, July 7, 2014

Double Trouble: One Dress, Two Ways

I am all about versatile dresses in my wardrobe. I like to reinvent each piece over and over to get the most use out of it. When I saw this dress on Karen Kane's site I instantly visualized all of the unique outfits I could put together. Transforming a look is one of my favorite parts about style. It allows us to play with our creative side. You don't have to dye your hair or lose 20 pounds to reinvent your image. All it takes is a few smaller changes to help update your appearance. To help you draw inspiration, I put together two looks with the same printed tank dress. Which style is your favorite?

Simple daytime look:
What I'm Wearing: Karen Kane Blue Reflection Dress (c/o), JCrew Metallic Sandals, Anthropologie Sunglasses (similar here), Express Clutch (also loving this clutch), Isabel Marant for H&M Bracelet, Aaraa of Hoboken Wrap Bracelet, Madewell Rings (adore this stack)

Downtown babe:
What I'm Wearing: Karen Kane Blue Reflection Dress (c/o), JCrew Chambray Top, Steve Madden Heels, Urban Outfitters Pebbled Tiered Necklace, Express Clutch, Anthropologie Sunglasses (similar here)


XO,

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