Now is it true that you can't wear White after Labor Day? Let me know your thoughts down in the comment section. Maybe that rule is supposed to be just for jeans, shoes, bags, nail polish. etc. I know people who wear white tee-shirts all year round. However, there is no rule about wearing Ivory or Winter Whites, is there (at least not to my knowledge; and if there is, I don't care I wear what I want LOL). With that being said, I love this Gorgeous Chic IvoryDress. I wore this dress in the Summer and I plan to wear it during the Fall/Winter as well.
Worn as a dress, this piece is just beautiful, and every time I wear it I get a lot of compliments. This simple yet beautiful dress hugs me in all the right places, and hides all the areas I want hidden. The long asymmetrical peplum on this dress makes my butt look bigger, (insert me doing a happy dance). This dress also does a great job of hiding my tummy; which I love (watch out, here comes another happy dance).
REMIX TIME: I figured i would be less likely to wear this as a dress during the Fall/Winter months, so I decided it would be great as a shirt. This dress, now a shirt, paired with some cute black jean jeggings to keep my legs warm in the cold is just genius. Don't you think it's genius too? Since the dress is sleeveless you can also add a leather or denim jacket to keep you warm. You could definitely also pair this dress, now a shirt, with a skirt to switch it up. If you want to see what that look, looks like please check the video below out.
I would love to hear what you ladies and gentlemen have to say about this Curvy Style Remix. Please leave a comment on how you would remix this piece. Check out the video for some other looks with this Shress (you know shirt and dress mixed together; what, did I go too far?, Naaahhhhh )
Love & Kisses,
Photo Credit: Mike B.
Dress: Gitionline (link in blog)
Jean Jeggings: Fashion To Figure (link in blog)
Black Skirt: Boohoo