>GET THE MOST OUT OF YOUR WARDROBE: 1 DRESS 3 WAYS

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How many times have you purchased an item that you just had to have and as the months go by you realize that you’ve only worn it once? I have to raise my hand and say, I’ve been an offender of this myself. As I said in a previous post, one of my New Year’s resolutions was to get more out of my wardrobe by mixing and matching what I already own.
I scored this cobalt blue ruffled sleeve dress from ASOS and challenged myself to make it work in at least three ways. I’m a big believer in making your wardrobe work double duty and I feel like I’ve become sort of a pro at doing that. One of the best ways to get mileage out of your wardrobe is with accessories. Belts, earrings, bracelets, and statement necklaces can make a world of difference in an outfit.
Below are three ways that I’m utilizing accessories to get the most out of my LBD (Little Blue Dress).
Dressy Casual
For this look a statement belt and earrings are all I needed to punch up this simple yet chic dress.
Belt-NY&CO, watch-MK, Earrings-Forever21, Boots-Steve Madden 

 An Evening Out

A swap of a belt makes a difference.
A great way to get mileage out your dresses is to start wearing them as tops. For this look, I didn’t just want to choose a plain old black belt, I wanted to play with a light color to contrast against the blues. I chose this natural colored wide belt and a pencil sequin skirt for a nighttime look.  I finished the look off with black chandelier earrings, and a multi crystal bracelet to make this look work for evening,
Skirt-Calvin Klein (plus), Belt-NY&CO
At The Office
It’s no secret that a blazer is a transforming piece. I chose this natural color blazer, a tassel necklace, and a pair of men’s style lace up pumps to wear this dress to work.
Blazer-Calvin Klein (Plus), Shoes-Zara, Necklace-Ann Taylor (gifted)
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