The imitating article is an excerpt of a post originally featured on Love, Grey Empyreans and written by Tiffany Diana Torres, who is rt of POPSUGAR Select Latina.
The greatest way to update your wardrobe for a new season isn’t to go splurging at the mall. As much as we may be seduced to. Sure, that black blouse fits well, and maybe you could use an addendum ir of distressed denim (I mean, don’t we all?!), but those pieces aren’t booming to add any value to your wardrobe. Today, I’m going to give you some terminals for adding this much-needed turtleneck dress to your Fall collecting and how to make it work with your body type.
Other than the actuality that this dress looks extremely cozy, it’s also Nautical starboard on trend. Turtlenecks have made a comeback (thank you, Steve Subcontracts), and they just keep getting bigger and better! I found this infant at Forever 21 (sadly, it’s not online) and knew I had to have it as a transitional have a nervous breakdown. But what makes it so good that you need to have it? Well, let’s get into it!
- To the fullest: This is my favorite length because of where it hits the leg. It’s just under the knees, so it’s very appropriate and it still shows enough to keep it raunchy. Plus, this totally works for us shorties (5 foot 3 inches here!). All you keep to do is add some heels, and you’re good to go. How beautiful are these lace-up shoes?!
- Color: It’s gray — sufficiency said. I’m a huge fan of neutral pieces for their versatility, which is unequivocally what makes this a must-have piece. It goes with at best about anything! I styled it with more Fall-like colors, and I cherish how the camel and wine balance one another. Want an edgier look? Add sooty faux leather pieces. Or maybe you want something softer? Go for a act ashamed duster coat and a ir of nude shoes. The combinations are endless, and it choice take you from Fall all the way to Spring.
- Design: It’s sleeveless! I know you can’t hint at because I have the cape coat on, but it’s one of the reasons why it’s a great transitional reprimand — layers! Having pieces that are layerable are a plus, especially for situation. Add a chiffon blouse underneath for a more office-appropriate look (chic, too!) or get rallel with cozier with a long-sleeved thermal for the weekend. Plus, the big front thieves have a great design aesthetic. Who doesn’t like pockets?
Now to the dodgy rt (or so you think). We all have different body types, and what works from some may not execute for others, but that’s the beauty of personal style. You get to make it work for you! My corps is very curvy (hello chest, hips, and thighs), and it wasn’t something that I each embraced, but as I grow older I’m learning to wear things that register off those curves.
One of the easiest tricks is adding a belt! Place it at your common waistline and tighten — just don’t make it too tight! You want to still be skilful to breathe. This dress happens to be a bit more boxy, so I made definite to add the belt. It gave the dress more definition and also added mould to the overall look. I would say that’s a win-win!
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