If you are looking for different ways to wear the same green dress this holiday or any occasion throughout the year, today I have a new post exactly that to share with you.
I picked my green dress as I was wearing it repeatedly and it’s a perfect holiday color.
Find out how I style it in this post.
Either it is an emerald green dress or any other colored dress, you would be able to use my three ways on how to wear the same dress on repeat.
Since Christmas is coming up next week and you might look to get some ideas to work around your favorite holiday clothing without wearing it the same way over and over again. Or you don’t want anyone to spot out that you just wore that dress last week! I get it! I don’t like that kind of comment either.
Trust me, I don’t like when people remember what I already wore but I also don’t like buying new clothes to try to impress people either. If you have the same problems like me, you might be interested in reading this post as I will show you how I wore my emerald green dress three different ways.
The simple rules we are doing here are:
1) Wearing it as it is with some fun accessories.
2) Covering it up with an oversized jacket.
3) Don’t wear it as a dress but instead wearing it as a top.
I really love my square neck dress but the one in this post is old and sold out so I am linking a few of the same styled dresses below.
One: Green Dress with Lace
Instead of wearing your emerald green dress alone without any accessories, I recommend wearing it with a belt and add some sexiness by wearing a pair of lace tights. These two accessories will help draw people’s attention to them instead of drawing attention to your old dress that you have worn many times. They will surely be conversation pieces people bring up to chat about.
Two: Jacket over Green Dress
Covering your emerald green dress up with an oversized jacket or a long coat is another way that you can wear your dress with confidence as the outerwear will be the statement piece of your outfit. So, you don’t need to worry about people remembering the clothing that you’re wearing so many times already.
Three: Green Dress as A Top
I love wearing a dress as a top because it serves more purposes than just being a dress. A few tricks here are; 1) if it’s a short dress you can tuck it in normally as if it’s a tee, and 2) if it’s a long dress, you can fold it into half or to the right length you prefer, then tuck only the edge of the folding part in, to make your dress look like a normal length blouse, not all tuck in as it will look like you stuffed a lot of fabric underneath your pants. Got it?!