The challenge has begun!
7 Looks x 7 Days – all based around the same LBD.
For day 1 I thought I should push my normal boundaries. Even though you knew I was going to cover my knees, bet you didn’t think I would go with a long mustard coloured skirt under my LBD to do it! I used a giant geometric/tribal print scarf to tie the look together. Notice it has orange in it. My go to, gotta have colour!I’ve also put on a stack of copper and wood bracelets, and the hammered gold neck cuff, to continue the tribal theme. You can’t see them, but I have on a super tall pair of cork wedges that have a mustard coloured suede strappy sandal top.
What I like about this look:
The waist of the dress looks a little like a cumberbund or an obi which gives the look a dressy feel.
The double layer of flowy fabrics work really well together.
The giant scarf has actually become the star of this outfit.
It’s dressy in a comfortable yet elegant way.
It works the Tribal/Ethnic Trend in an elegant and dressy way.
What I don’t like about this look:
It’s not a look to be worn locally. It might just be too much for rural Victoria. definitely will be a night out in Melbourne for this one…although…maybe…if I’m feeling brave! It’s growing on me.
Would you? Or wouldn’t you wear this look?
- Lbd (ballardtobrooklyn.com)
- Derby or Darby – It’s All Black and White to Me! (astimegoesbuy.me)
- Sienna Miller Goes Chic and Simple in an LBD For an LA Event (popsugar.com)
- Jennifer Lopez Wows in a Sexy, See-Through LBD on American Idol (popsugar.com)