In my last post, I showed you a look of how to style a midi dress for colder weather along with my hope for the new year….I thought it might be fun to add 2 more ways to style midi length dresses to your arsenal, if that is interesting to you at all. So here we go!
As you will recall, the outfit in my last post was thin layers underneath the dress to add warmth but not add too much bulk. Here are 2 more ways (layering on top, instead of underneath) to wear mid-length dresses this time of the year, to still look stylish but to also ensure you’re staying warm and comfortable.
All photos taken by my sister, with my new Nikon DSLR camera…that I think we’re both still getting used to haha so bear with me please! 😉
Option #1: Thicker layer over top of the dress for warmth and extreme comfort.
This sweater is SO cozy and adds a fun element to this outfit that turns this dress more into a skirt and top, which is like adding a whole new outfit to your closet arsenal. Oh the joys of layering!
(Outfit Details: Dress: Free People; Sweater: Anthropologie. Similar style here; Watch: Kate Spade. Similar style here; Shoes: DSW. Similar style here.)
Option #2: A long-line coat that hits higher than the mid-length of the dress to show off the bottom…but to ensure you still look polished and put-together, while remaining toasty warm.
This look feels much dressier and classier. I imagined going on a nice dinner date or to the symphony in this look. Not to mention, this dress is such a good color for the holidays (or V-day), which isn’t too far around the corner!
(Outfit Details: Dress: Anthropologie. Similar style here; Coat (a Christmas present!): Banana Republic; Earrings: Anthropologie. Similar style here or here; Ascot (worn as a hair tie): Anthropologie. Similar style here; Shoes: DSW. Similar style here.)
Alright sweet friends, that’s all for right now.
Would love to see if any of you try any of these styles out….tag me in your photos on Instagram @asmallsliceofbri if you do!
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