One Dress – Two Ways

When I first saw this amazing scuba dress from Romwe my first thought was, “Ah I love that full skirt bottom!” and “Ooh it’s so very backless. Is it realistic for a ‘regular’ person to wear?” Let’s face it, as women we are always torn between the fantasy and the reality of fashion. If it was completely up to me, I would dress like Carrie Bradshaw every day, strutting into Starbucks in a tulle skirt and have a closet full of sequin gowns. But the reality is, we often have very few ‘special occasions’ and many more semi formal ones. This is why I wanted to do this One Dress/Two Ways post.

In my real life, aka when I am not shooting a blog post, my style is very preppy and ‘proper’. So this first uber feminine look very much reflects how I would style this dress in my every day life. I am all about layering and found that this backless dress yields itself very well to the layer style, giving it just a bit of a girly touch. I would also pair this with a thin sweater, which I love to do with midi dresses.

And as for the second look, I mean the dress really speaks for itself. Add some hot contrasting accessories and let that backless beauty shine. I love pairing pink and black together. It automatically turn up the chic and cool factor and is the easiest way to bring a day look to night out on the town.

Dress Romwe | Bag Valentino | Heels Daisy Street UK | Glasses O by Oscar De La Renta c/o 

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  1. Michelle Terry
    July 14, 2016 / 5:16 pm

    The layering effect with this dress is most creative, and it really works well with this beautiful and feminine sleeveless, button up, peter pan layered collar blouse!! The right layer piece is essential here…where did you get the sleeveless blouse???


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