Winter Fashion: Last Look Styling this Versatile Midi Sweater Dress!
Photos: Alona Jey
Blazer Zara | Dress Zara | Belt MCM Worldwide (it's the belt from my MCM Moto Jacket) | Handbag Coach | Shoes Ann Taylor
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This is the last look for this versatile midi length dress. I hope you all are singing the praises of knitwear and the midi length, as both have been featured frequently on the blog.
The newest item from this look is the dress, the blazer I got from Zara earlier this year, possibly in Belfast, and the shoes I've had for over 2 years. Leopard never goes out of style, so if you see leopard and you like it don't ever hesitate to buy it. Especially, if it adds something to your wardrobe that you need. This look is appropriate for conservative, business casual, and casual offices.
I hope you're ready to enjoy this long weekend. Make sure you take advantage of some Presidents Day sales. This is a great time to start thinking about your spring wardrobe needs as well! Take an inventory of the things you can donate, as well as the things you need to add to your spring wardrobe. See if you can find any of these items this weekend on sale. This weekend is also a good time to pick up last minute winter items. They'll likely be greatly discounted, and likely won't get too much wear this year, making them just as cute for next year. Check my posts on Fall/Winter trends if you need any help picking things out.
I identified trends, not fads, in this post so most of these fashion trends will be relavent next year! Trends have a long fashion cycle, while fads, change constantly. I'll never give you advice on fads, as I don't follow them, and don't think you should either. Styling yourself based on trends will allow you to mix and match old items from your closet and new items you buy and still look great! Your style is your twist on a trend, that's something that you can't replicate, and must find.
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