1 Nov 2021

November Weather

Finding ways to style my Nap Dresses for fall has been really fun. I enjoy the challenge of finding new ways to wear and style my clothes. To me, getting the most wear out of what I have is the best way of making something feel new again. The more versatile a piece, the better. Nap Dresses definitely fall into that category. Not only are they the most comfortable dresses I own, but they are turning out to be some of the most versatile. Sure, sometimes it takes a little imagination in making a baby blue glittery dress work for fall, but I think I've managed it. By pairing it with a taupe checked coat, matching boots and a plaid scarf, I think I've added enough textures and patterns to make it work for the season. The waist belt and beret (with little leaf pin) are the perfect finishing touches. As much as this look works for outside, I also plan to make it work for inside by wearing the scarf as a shawl, seeing as the dress has shorter sleeves. See, it's all about how you approach an outfit that makes it or breaks it.

This exact dress is still available and I have a code for 20% off your first purchase!

Dress: Hill House | Belt: Banana Republic (similar) | Earrings: Ricki's (similar) | Beret: Simons | Pin: Nutmeg and Arlo | Scarf: Old Navy (similar) | Coat: RW&CO (similar) | Boots: American Eagle (similar)

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