Happy Thursday, ladies! We have been and continue to be all about Spring over here on the blog. And tonight is no different. This morning, Kelly kicked us off colorful, monochromatic outfits for Spring. Tonight, I'm sharing a (partial) guide to spring dresses.
Spring means church services; weddings; graduations; get-togethers with family; and more. Up, it’s dress season.
Today, I'm focusing on 5 different dress types:
A wrap dress has a closure in the front. It’s formed by wrapping one side across the other. The ties are then tied together in the back.
A sheath dress is a fitted, straight-cut dress. It’s nipped at the waistline with no waist seam.
A flared dress has a top bodice that is fitted and a skirt that flares out.
A shirtdress takes details from a shirt: a collar, a button front, or cuffed sleeves are all examples.
A shift dress’ cloth falls straight from the shoulders and has darts around the bust.
For each dress type, I've pulled in an inspiration outfit. I've also pulled in some of my favorite picks from my favorite retailers.
Today, I'm sharing a partial guide to spring dresses
I'm focussing on 5 dress types: wrap, sheath, flare, shirtdress, and shift
For each dress type, I'm sharing an inspiration outfit and my favorite dresses from my favorite retailers
All of my picks are shoppable via text- and image- widgets
This morning, Kelly shared a variety of different monochromatic spring outfits. Click the title or image below to read the article.
is the Founder and CEO of Style at a Certain Age. She writes Sundays-Fridays on all topics ranging from fashion, health, wellness, home design and more.
She’s 63, 5’8, and size 8.
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I located the initial post with the black Ann Taylor dress and the link. Your styling of the dress was so much better than how it appeared on the AT website. Wish they would reissue the dress with your photos!
Aren’t you sweet!
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