Tuesday, November 24, 2015

How to Style // Restyle Cardigan


The holidays are here and for those on a budget like me, this is the best time to rework pieces in your wardrobe. This blog is about learning how to maximize every piece in your wardrobe. Finding timeless pieces and learning how to build looks around it. 
What I love about this cardigan is that you can dress it up or down. The way I restyled it was simple,l. I made it into a dress. When it comes to my body I've learn to take advantage of things like my height. Instead of complaining about things not fitting. I've found things that work specifically for me. Perfect example is long cardigans. Technically on the average woman it is suppose to hit the knee but on me it reaches to my ankle.

I love that, it add more volume and appeal to the look. I style my cardigan as a dress by wearing a white button up, and a wide waist belt. I added two chains, one in which I doubled, and finished the look with my black ankle boot. Simple yet chic! This is the ultimate goal for every woman. To find looks that are simple yet chic. Something that is easy to put together on days you may not know what to wear, or your running late. It's better than going to the go to all black look. 

Whether it's a cardigan, dress or your favorite long button down shirt, learn to build around these pieces. With a dress you can either wear a skirt over the bottom, or wear and top and add a waist belt to hold it together. This is a great way to get more wear out of that favorite dress you love or not so favorite dress.

Dressing is about creativity, having fun and getting to know you just a little bit more. 





  Full Look  
Cardigan - Banana Republic
Whit Button down - Old Navy
Ankle Boots - H&M
Flower Stone Necklace - Macys
Chain Necklace (Doubled) - Thrifted  





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1 comment:

  1. I love the way you styled this outfit, I would of never thought of adding a belt to this look but it defo works. Keep Slaying beautiful! :) xx

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