Every girl wants a functional wardrobe. Am I right? It’s pertinent that we be able to change just a thing or two in order to go from a cute work outfit, to a fun evening or weekend look. And if you’re me, it’s mainly just because you don’t want to spend the extra time primping, so here you are ladies, a [second] blog about transitioning your outfits! PS – I’m overly excited about the deals I got on these dresses and a few other pieces, so don’t mind my enthusiasm and exact change recaps!
I snagged this pink tie dress at Gap a couple weeks ago, for just 29.97! Crazy, I know. Can you tell I hit the clearance rack before I look anywhere else in the store? Because I do. It’s actually usually the only place I look. Anyways, I don’t like pink. I own almost no pink clothing. No pink anything. I just don’t like pink. And yet, I like this pink & it’s now hanging in my closet. While I wanted to pair this pretty dress with so many pieces, we only did two, so here they are!
The first look we went for was very simple. While I had originally planned to pair it with a cute cardigan, and use the waist tie outside both, I decided that I wanted to show off the cute waistline a little more. Of course, I couldn’t pass up the adorable full skirt! Plus, being tall, it can be a long day trying to find a dress that isn’t a shirt on me, and this dress is a perfect length for me, even while teaching!
To give this dress a more weekend feel, I added my favorite chambray button down, tied in the front, and white slip-on sneakers! This gives the look a far more casual feel & a chambray could easily be thrown in your bag to change into after work! Perfect, right?!
Love, Heather.Tags: casual, chambray, clothing, dress, fashion, fashion, fun, gap, office to off-duty, pink, style everyday, tie waist, transitioning, wardrobe, work appropriate