Dress Layering Is The Best Style Hack For Transitional Weather

You’ve probably accumulated a few cami dresses this year given how popular they’ve been. If you’re still in the market for one, check out my dress. It’s on sale for around $41 and available in yellow, red, pink, and white. I’m not quite ready to pack away items like this one, so I’m relying on my favorite style hack–dress layering.

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What I’m wearing:

T-shirt | Dress (on sale!) | Sandals

Lip: Fenty “Ma’Damn”

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This dress is by Endless Rose (same brand behind my bright yellow shorts suit). I’m wearing it in a size medium. This brand runs a tad small if you’re curvy on the bottom. I sized up in the suit and in this dress for the best fit.

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Dress layering is my go-to style hack because it expands styling possibilities. Layering can instantly make an item more appropriate for the weather and also for an occasion. When it gets colder, I can easily wear this dress over a long-sleeve tee and add a jacket.

The dress is somewhat of a chameleon. It has a sophisticated sheath silhouette, a ruched sweetheart neckline, and cascading ruffles in the front. It’s the kind of dress, you can wear to brunch, a wedding, or any occasion that calls for fashionable attire.

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I wore the dress to present at an event last week. I used the layering style hack to dress it down and make it more hip. Since the dress is such a standout, especially worn over white, I kept everything else minimal. My barely there sandals were a perfect complement (see them worn before here).

As it gets colder, I’m taking this dress with me. Picture it now. Long-sleeve tee, a coat, ankle booties…it’s going to be a look. By the way, this dress is still full-price at Nordstrom, but I found it on sale for $41.40 (shop it on sale here). Why pay more when you can pay less, right?


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