1 dress 2 ways! Old Navy has some of the best casual dresses around, but just because they’re casual doesn’t mean you can’t wear one to a nice dinner or event. Styled up and down, I’ll tell you what each look is complied of.
Dress: Old Navy
Sunglasses: Urban Outfitters
Necklace: Urban Outfitters
Clutch:Betsy Johnson (given to me as a hand-me-down)
Socks: Doc Martin
Dress: Old Navy
Leather Jacket:New Look
Now for the more dressed up look, you might want to do your hair better than mine! I had don’t beautiful loose curls, but it was so foggy and humid that my hair frizzed right up. Other than that, treat yourself to a new dress and tell me how you’re styling it!
This type of look is a go-to for me for a night out. High waisted jeans, tall boots or booties, a tucked blouse, and a leather jacket. Chic, comfortable, and timeless. You can even dress it up with jewelry or heels, maybe a sequin blazer.
I have naturally curly and frizzy, very thick hair. Even as a hairstylist (in training), I find it difficult to blow out my own hair. When I want my hair to embody Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show hair, I turn to my Babyliss 1 1/4 inch curling iron. I can take it over my natural hair and it still looks shiny and smooth, with the right products of course.
My earrings are hard to see, but I love them! They’re about 2 inches of a simple, thin gold chain with a tiny, little fake diamond at the end. They are so subtle and classic and, as with this outfit, can be dressed up or down!
Does OOTD still work if its a throwback? Serving you some Wednesday Addams, Moira Rose realness! My bag is from Amazon! I was very into the Longchamp trend, but couldn’t quite afford it. When I found this gem I was so excited! Leather jacket and dress from New Look, earrings are from H&M, scarf from Old Navy, boots from Torrid, and sunglasses from a stand at the mall (lol). And for my lip? A classic red always does the trick and my personal favorite is Ruby Woo from Mac. I’ve been wearing this red since high school and I truly don’t think I’ll ever stop.