I can talk the talk (re: last year’s discussion about the slip dress) but can I walk the walk? How to wear a slip dress? Let’s find out.
With it officially being mid-summer, that usually means we’re ready for Fall fashion, right? It’s hot out but you still can’t wait for sweaters (but then you regret ever thinking such a thing come December). However, I’m one of the few fashion people who LOVES summer, and I’m not willing to let Fall take over just yet (even though the Nordstrom Anniversary sale just started with all new discounted Fall merchandise).
When it comes to couture, we ooh and ah but never actually think we could wear this stuff. 1) A majority of us can’t afford it and 2) It’s so over the top — where would we ever wear these looks (unless you’re lucky enough to frequent the red carpet)? I’ve told you before that you CAN couture but here’s how you can couture in a more casual way.
Wearing a hat is like wearing red lipstick — it’s intimidating at first (can I really pull it off?) but once you rock it a few times, you’re like oh, this is what it feels like to be a baller. Whether or not you’re a hat person (or a lipstick person) this is something we can all relate to.
When it comes to summer dressing, there’s one item I really can’t live without. Of the three major components of this look — a leather choker, lace up heels and a t-shirt dress — what do you think it is? Well, I just hope you’re not paying attention to the blog post title…