Last week I shared this super cute floral dress I picked up from Pink Lily. It has everything I look for in a dress, cute ruffles, floral pattern, and pockets! Fall in New England is a funny thing, it will be in the 80’s and then one day drop to the 50’s. This can make transitioning to a fall wardrobe a little challenging. Today I’m showing you how to style this great dress 3 different ways to help accommodate for the crazy changes in weather.
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Flowy with Ankle Booties
The easiest look is to just throw on this dress and add some ankle booties. This makes for a great date night look. If it’s still on the warmer side where you live this will also be the most practical look for you. I picked up these booties during the NSale and got my normal size, but would recommend sizing up 1/2 a size if you have wider feet.
Belted with a Cardigan
I love this look because it’s how I would realistically wear this dress during the fall. I added a belt to bring in the shape of the dress a bit and make it a little more streamlined under the cardigan. This longer length cardigan is great for adding warmth to the outfit. I also just love how an outfit looks when the cardigan is longer than the dress or skirt.
Chunky Sweater and Boots
I’ve seen this trend a lot this year. Take a dress you love and make it into a “skirt” by throwing a sweater over top. To keep the sweater in place I kept the same belt from the previous outfit on and just tucked the sweater into that. I added my current favorite knee high boots to elevate the look a bit. This would be a great outfit to wear for Thanksgiving if you get a little more dressed up. You can definitely make this more casual by replacing the boots with some white sneakers.
Which look is your favorite? If you’re looking for more fall dresses check out this post.
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