I'm gonna try out this new series called Fashion Conundrums. It's going to be about different fashion issues and questions that I get or see people asking a lot.
This week, all I've heard it seems, is "I found this really cute dress but its too cold to wear it!" and that is the silliest thing I've ever heard, unless it's a beach wrap or something crazy. Almost all spring (and most of the time, summer) dresses can be worn even in the chillier months as long as you can do one thing: layer.
So here are some different ideas that I came up with, either completely on my own or by seeing someone wear it.
Two: There are other neutrals!
Three: Breaking up the pattern
Four: Dresses into skirts
Five: Dresses into tops
Six: No sleeves? No problem.
And a side note: boots always make something more autumn-y.
I hope that helped some of you who have been pondering trowing those pretty dresses in the back of the closet. Or those of you who are clinging for dear life, and freezing simultaneously. Feel free to use any and all of these tips. (But please, not all of them at once.)
Stay warm and layer!!
[All pictures are linked to the source]