Dresses are a one time big time thing: you cannot mix and match unless they are fitted and short that you can only wear with tea-length skirts. What more when they are party dresses that are too fancy to be a casual clothing? Thus, before grabbing anything in the store, make sure to consider its color, print and style, which must package versatility – that is, if you hate stocking up clothes that you can only wear once.
Shopping is not parallel with apple picking but sure applicable with the idiom “cherry-picking”; it matters how the clothes look, but what matters the most is how flexible they are to your wardrobe. So when I shopped for a dress for my event, I opted for this blue violet dress with accents of gold. Why? Firstly, it is the dress that I mentioned a while ago “fitted and short that you can only wear with tea-length skirts” or even to your gaucho pants and culottes; secondly, this is the type of dress that you can wear with sneakers, which gives plus points to me; and lastly, the color befits to almost anything without looking too dull even with muted shades.
That being said, I sported the dress with white dressy sneakers that have metallic gray accents, and donned a brown and gold clutch bag.
So what do you think of this outfit? Do you own a party dress that you can wear on your casual days?
Shot by Seph Cham