Granted, this may seem like a daunting task. There are so many different ways to style one dress and so many different options when it comes to dresses! Whatever the occasion, however, you can rely on Style One Dress Five Ways For Spring for outfit ideas.
1) The basic black dress.
I’ve been seeing a lot of people pair a black dress with an edgy, but still classy belt or scarf. It’s a great option for work, school, or even a casual night out with friends. Just pair it with some killer accessories in other colors like this funky print scarf or tasseled belt and you’ll have the perfect look for any day!
2) The normal to casual dress
This one’s simple, but I still love it. This dress is great when you want to go with something a little more casual, but still classy. You can mix and match accessories with this one in any color, so you’ll look pulled together even if you’re wearing pajamas!
3) The formal dress
This is probably the most complicated style to pull off, but I love it. It’s very sophisticated, but also very elegant. I would recommend mixing and matching this with a cool clutch, super simple jewelry, and some killer heels.
4) The party dress
I love these shoes! The color is great, the heel is perfect for dancing and the bow on the front is just striking. They look like something you’d see in a magazine but are affordable at DSW.
I love the versatility of this dress. It’s perfect for a party, but the subtle lace and plunging back make it super sexy too! Add some simple accessories like these gold studs and you’ve got a whole new dress that’s perfect for going out to a bar or even an elegant restaurant!
5) The casual work dress
The thing that I love about this dress is that it has pockets. I can’t tell you how much I love to be able to have a place to put my phone or keys without having to dig around in my handbag. This dress is low-key with a cool striped belt and matching tasseled purse, but it doesn’t look like a sweatshirt.
There you have it: Five ways to style one dress for spring! I love the versatility of it and the fact that there are so many different colors in this dress. I’m a big fan of mixing patterns, maybe you’ll try it too!