Friday, January 27, 2012
By Connie WangThere are few things in the world that make us feel as lovely as springtime frocks do, and — trust us — we really need to get that feeling back while we're in the depths of winter. It's not too early to dig 'em out from the back of your closet; with a few clever layering ideas, your spring dresses will make an easy transition into your winter wardrobe. Just remember…you have to wear tights.
With A Long Cardigan — We love how cozy a
knit cardigan looks with a springtime dress. A long, bum-grazing length
makes for an interesting silhouette and keeps your body looking long.
Also? Tights. Don't forget them.|
O by Organic Even Flurry Dress, $168, available at Anthropologie.
|With Over-The-Knee Boots — Show off your boots (and
your dress!) with a '60s-style combo. Make sure your dress is on the
boxy side to balance out the sassiness of those boots.
DVF Rosalie Dress, $325.50, available at DVF.
|Colorblocked With A Sweater — If your dress is
already comprised of large blocks of color, just throw it on over a
solid-colored, lightweight sweater. Don't forget your tights!
Markus Lupfer Wool Dress, $375, available at Net-a-Porter.
|The Anti-Prom — Your frothy, tulle-draped dresses can be dressed down with a few, casual layers. Rock them with some sophisticated boots, and — don't forget your tights!|
Posted by Casey Russell at 2:55 PM