New ways to dress old classics
We all have our favorite fashionable attires. However one can never ignore some of the classic pieces which have always been a part of the wardrobe. In fact for me, these classics are always a savior. I love to dress fashionably but many a time, I am clueless as to what I should wear. This is when I turn back to some of my old time favorites.
My little black dress is one of them. it is a timeless piece which is essential in every woman’s wardrobe. I think I have the little black dress in a number of styles. Ranging from long sleeves to spaghetti straps, a one shoulder to cap sleeves I have a large variety. The best part is that there are so many ways I feel I can wear it.
There are times when I simply layer it up, or brighten the look with colorful accessories. Making it casual or pairing with a pair of classy heels are also options which can be explored. Last week I saw a girl who had paired it with a vest. It looked stunning. What about pairing it up with a tweed jacket or maybe even belting it? The options are tremendous.
What about jeans whether they are flared ones which you wore centuries back or those brightly colored and “oh-so-trendy” skinnies? In fact boyfriend jeans with a wide elastic belt or straight leg jeans with eye catching heels, the choice is upto you. In fact you will be surprised how classily Stella McCartney throws in her summery platform heels in the fall season as well by wrapping those fabric ties over her jeans. Recently I picked up a pair of Talbots signature ankle jeans which are perfect for the not so casual outings. The options are so many. I simply love it!
If you thought that you could chuck you pencil skirt out of the window, please halt and think how you can wear it so stylishly. You can go retro, team it up stylishly with a belt or funky accessories, it is all bound to make you stand out. What about coupling it up with a smart sweater? I simply adore the looks with pencil skirt as well as the appearance of my classic a-line sleeveless dress. These basics can simply never go out of fashion!