Make it short, into a mini dress, if it has sleeves, roll them up, add tons of jewelry, ripped tights, and platforms or boots.posted almost 6 years ago
what about a hot pink t-shirt? how to style? (e.g. which jeans, accessories?)posted almost 6 years ago
you could always put some shoulderpads in it to make it interesting, then wear it with a studded belt and super-ripped tights. Maybe a pair of combat boots or really badass heels. Make sure your hair messy, and you wear a lot of grungey makeup.posted about 5 years ago
Leather jacket, chucks, ripped black tights or over-knee socks. Lots of chains as necklaces.posted about 5 years ago
I think you can downplay the girly-ness of the hot pink by wearing it with tough accessories and colors. Like wear it with oxfords, combat boots or chucks. Or wear it with a lot of blacks, whites and grays; and sorta just make it the feature color. :)posted about 5 years ago
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i am assuming when you say shirt dress, its typically the straight cut type.
well, you could wear it without buttoning it – wear a tube and black milk leggings inside.
or, slap on a skinny belt and tuck it all out until its at a comfortable sight to make into a mini skirt over your skinnies/leggings or shorts.
accessorise with chunky jewellery to give a strong look.
military boots would look cool too. :)
Denim jacket, Black legging + wedge trainers, you look chic and not too girlyposted over 1 year ago
I’m going to assume that you can’t alter the dress. But one of the things that could really help is a pair of printed tights, they really have some cool ones these days you should check out forever21 for some examples. You can also try layering some necklaces/bracelets. Hope that helps! Good luck!posted over 1 year ago
If you can’t shorten the dress, pair it with combat boots, ripped tights and an oversized jacket/cardigan. This will give the dress some edge.posted over 1 year ago