July 11, 2017

Styling A Lounge Dress 3 Different Ways

Comfort is a priority when it comes to my wardrobe. Now, the five-inch stilettos in my closet are an exception (they're just so cute ya'll).
I've make it a point to always share with you the treasures I stumble upon in the fashion and beauty world and this T-shirt midi is one of them. Let me introduce you to Dwell And Slumber.
These girls have successfully designed and produced the perfect lounge dress. This dress comes in a huge variety of colors and patterns (seasonal and classic alike) and can be worn at a variety of different events, occasions, and locations. 
This is no normal t-shirt dress ladies; this dress is a staple. It works for the busy career woman with loads of info meetings and conference calls to attend to, it works for the stay-at-home mommy chasing a toddler with one on the way (it's bump friendly as well nursing friendly), and it works for the lazy college student who just doesn't want to put on pants that day (I.e. me). 
If that doesn't convince you that you need this dress in your closet, then take a look at three different ways I styled my olive classic caftan

1: The Denim Tuck
Here's me channeling my inner "Free People Model Off Duty" 


2. The Belt Knot 
(Snake Skin flats making their forever comeback) 


3. The "Outside In" Tie

These are just a few ways I have styled my Dwell And Slumber dress in the past. I hope you find them inspiring and that they spark your creativity when it comes to styling basic pieces in your wardrobe!
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P.S. Leave a comment below if you would like to see a little tutorial on the "Outside In" Tie above.

Also, Mama is in town and snuck into our shoot so here's a couple of us:

2 comments so far

  1. yes please show us how you do the outside in tie!!! love your style & your blog!!!

  2. Yes I need a tutorial to up my dwell and slumber game!


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