Wear Summer Dresses In The Winter
Hi Everyone! Today, I'm joining the number of posts I see online right now that talk about how to continue wearing summer pieces in the colder months. Nothing earth shattering, but I do think it's important to use our clothing as much as possible throughout the year. Sleeveless dresses are, in my opinion, one of the easiest summer pieces to continue wearing in the colder months because you can add layering to create warmth.
I've done some layering here by adding a brown turtleneck under the pretty print summer shift dress. Not one to keep bare legs, I also am wearing taupe colored tights which pick up on the taupe and gold colors that appear, among other colors, in the dress. I also chose to keep the shoes flat even though a heel would possibly look better. But, let's face it, flats are more comfortable and my knees have been "talking to me" lately, so flats it is! Although not shown here, leggings would look just fine with this dress and a pretty sweater or long cardi would be another way to move this dress from summer only wearing to wearing during the colder months.
One of the things I appreciate about this blog (among many) is that I have reason to "play" in my closet and try putting together different looks with outfits. You hear me say this a lot, but I hope that you "play" in your closet as well because you will be surprised at the number of ways you can find to style outfits. I'm excited about our upcoming "Match Made in Seven" theme, which will go live this coming Tuesday evening-December 17th-at 6:00 p.m., because it's an unusual theme for this time of year and I was thrilled with the outcome. Have I made you curious? Wonderful! Be sure to check back on Tuesday evening next week.
Until then, let me know what summer pieces you continue to style during the winter and how you make that happen! And if you love what you read here and/or find it useful I hope that you will recommend this blog to others and that you will sign up to follow me by email. Just see the right side of the blog to see where to sign up to follow me by email. It's easy and free and you will never miss a single post!
Until Next Time,