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I have been doing a few posts in which I showed you how to style a few pieces different ways five ways how I styled a white shirt during the summer time.
This week I will be showing you how to style a midi/maxi dress during the winter months, we often tend to always go for jeans, trousers or comfy loungewear and packed away our dresses once summer is over which is such a shame, but I guess when it gets cold a dress is the last thing we think about putting on.
So I am going to share with you my tips and ideas on how to style a midi/maxi dress during winter.
LAYER THEM UP
You can add a little warmth by layering them up with a big comfy warm jacket or wear an oversized knitwear over the top of it, depends on the cut of the dress you can also wear a high neck jumper underneath especially if its V-shaped at the front, high neck jumpers are chic and classic on their own so it would definitely pull the dress off making it more winter appropriate.
GIVE IT A SHAPE
Give the dress a shape by adding a belt as an accessory and visual interest to the dress, a good belt can transform any outfit we still want to look chic and stylish so we need to find the right one that fits and suits your body type, do what works for YOU.
Wear your favourite boots, I would also go for thigh-high boots when it’s colder, that way you can wear a pair of leggings underneath making you feel warmer, and to dress it down you can wear a pair of trainers for more of a relaxed look.
Play around with clothes in your wardrobe ladies, play dress up and see what works and what doesn’t work for you, don’t be afraid to try something different, move away from your comfort zone, that was one of my many reasons for starting my blog, see what works and what doesn’t.
I took these gorgeous photos in the Opheem restaurant in Birmingham, the interior is to die for as you can see, the staff were pleasant and very welcoming, definitely going there to dine.
It’s getting colder, windy and dark outside so any opportunity to take pictures indoors will always be a yes for me.
Thank you all for reading, catch up on my next post.