Welcome to the Chasing Cait Classic Collection. While I’m off GETTING MARRIED (exciting!) I’ll be revisiting some of my best posts from the past (but don’t worry, they are still useful and relevant to you!).
I’ll still be online sporadically (I’ve loved that word ever since Cher used it in Clueless – you with me?) and I’ll be checking in on Facebook from time to time so please still comment and share and like!
I’ll be back with some exciting new content from Feb 4th, but until then, sit back, relax, and enjoy the Classic Collection. Cait xoxo
This blog series is not only one I love to write, but you guys really seem to love it too! (it’s a love-fest all around isn’t it, read some of the other posts here, here and here) but this one has a little bit of a twist on it. The fun EziBuy dress I’m using in this post is actually designed to be worn in multiple ways.
In fact it’s called the 3-in-1 dress (get it here!). I’m always telling my Style Coaching clients that versatility is key when buying clothes. Unless you have Kardashian-sized wardrobes, then the more ways you can wear the one item, the better.
If you are clever, you can probably think of a few more ways even than three to wear this dress – here are just some of the ways I’ll be wearing mine.
Just as a dress
Now Im going to be honest, I’m not normally a fan of strapless dresses, but I could definitely see myself wearing this one on a hot summers day. I like it both lengths (the shorter length is just pulled up and doubled over on top) but the slightly shorter is probably how I’ll wear it most (the double-layer gives my bust a little more support!)
You could also through a little denim vest or jacket over this look for another layer. Sandals make this style feel more casual – perfect for a Summer BBQ.
The Layered Look
This kind of layering is a popular look for Spring/Summer. It also works really well with all the cropped tops you are seeing around the place – the crop top will define your waist but the dress covers your tummy.
This look can help take a slightly more casual dress into a more dress-up look. I’d have no issues wearing this first look to a Christmas Party or a friend’s birthday drinks.
The chambray skirt is great for Spring days when it’s not as warm as you think (but you still want that summery look).
As a Maxi Skirt
Who doesn’t love a maxi skirt! And because this one is actually a dress, you can choose how long it is just by pulling it up or down to the height you need it.
I’ve just folded the top over a couple of times to give my tummy some extra support. Team it back with a tee for a casual weekend look, or pair with wedges and a blazer for a more dressed up look.
Is this the kind of versatile piece you want in your wardrobe? How would YOU wear it? Tell me in the comments below – I’d love to know
Until Next Time,
In Love & Style Always
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