By the way, the sun was extremely bright, so the pictures may look a bit weird.
Leggings: Wal-Mart (similar)
Jacket: Old Navy (exact)
You can find the first installment to this series here.
Hello, happy Tuesday! I hope that you have survived so far. :)
Today's How to Wear a Dress in Winter is an outfit that I have had planned in my head for a long time. For some reason I have never worn it. I don't know why because I really like it and can't see a reason why not to wear it.
Anyway, this otherwise too short on me, and summer-y dress has been styled (by me, of course) very well for winter. I can say this because, obviously, if you wear this outfit you will not be too cold. It is paired with leggings and a jacket. (Even though this doesn't have much to do with this, all but one of my dresses are paired with leggings).
Another way, besides wearing warm clothes like sweaters, jackets, etc. with summer-y dresses, is to wear winter-y pieces. For instance, my ankle boots scream winter, this jacket I wear only during the colder months, leggings are mostly for winter, etc. You can also wear things like an oversized cardigan, fleece-lined tights, winter/subdued colors, or whatever winters up your summer-y dresses.
I also love these colors. For some reason (maybe spring fever) I can't get enough of pastels, lately.
What is your favorite thing about this outfit? What do you use to "winter up" your dresses? Comment your answers, please.