If there is one garment I will probably always and forever be drawn to, it is simple, comfortable dresses. I don't wear them as often as I used to, as I have discovered the charm of separates (OK and I have become a bit less lazy). I find that separates work better to express your style since you can create more looks with a couple of pieces than you might think. But for those days when it's warm enough for bare legs and you really don't care about impressing anyone, dresses are just perfect. Sometimes I don't care for showing off my legs or my waist, sometimes I just want to wear one simple piece and chillax. The dress I'm wearing here is still quite flattering, but lord knows I love me some sack dresses.
I know I've talked about my love for easy dressing ad nauseam before (sorry!) but it really is my main style philosophy, especially since starting to work full-time. As much as I used to enjoy putting together cute outfits on all of my free days in the past, these days I feel so very accomplished if I just grab one of my go-to pieces or combinations, glance in the mirror to ascertain I like my look, grab my lunch for the day and run out the door. Proper adult style. I see myself adding this dress to my repertoire, styling it with ballet flats, sandals, sneakers or heels depending on the occasion.
I wore it with my braided sandals which I think are entering their fifth year of service now. Which is insane, since I paid 10€ for them at H&M. Whenever I wear these sandals with a dress, I feel a tiny bit like a Grecian goddess. The turquoie necklace seemed to fit that vibe nicely. Dresses with high necklines and plain fabric are perfect to wear with statement necklaces or pretty belts, a very nice blank canvas. And since this one only costs 15€, you're sure to get your money's worth out of it.
How would you have styled this dress?