Burgundy Love // 5 ways to style a lace dress

Updated on Feb 25, 2015
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AikA_Style 's Thoughts:

Hi LOVEs! Happy Humpday!

Ever since I started my love affair with fashion, styling has been my biggest interest. This is especially important for me, since my body type makes it challenging to make the looks stunning due to my body structure (big face, long torso, and short legs). So how I put everything together is super crucial. Eekk, Being short can be a struggle! Plus, I was raised in a very strict family and was the oldest child, which meant I didn't get much allowance to shop for clothes when I was in teenager. Still, I didn't want to wear the same outfits over and over, so re-styling the same pieces and building a completely different look using what I had in my closet was my only solution. I was truly fascinated with how styling could double my outfit options! Possibly more?

Over the last few weeks, I have been sharing how to style a body-con dress ( Isn't the lace detail amazing?!) This is the final installment! You can check the first, second, and third look if interested.
For the 4th look, I went for preppy chic, using the dress as a skirt. This time, I opted for more grown-up and sophisticated look. I paired the dress with my seasonal all-time favorite piece: a turtleneck sweater. It is one of the perfect winter pieces and must-haves because of its versatility and you can effortlessly bundle up! I literally wear it every other day! haha
I love wearing anything with burgundy color in winter. It's not as bright as red, yet the wine color gives a nice ladylike flair. Also, the hue polishes off any look very nicely and sleekly, so I wore the burgundy fedora and OTK boots to complete the ensemble. Since I couldn't tuck the turtleneck in, I decided to tie a belt around my waist for more flattering effect.
Topping it off with a statement necklace is always a great idea!

I hope you like how I styled the dress, and hopefully you've got some inspiration of how you can style your own dress by switching out other pieces from your wardrobe! Pick up some oldies to put together! They will appreciate you for bringing their life back again! :)
Comment below to share which one is your favorite!

Wishing you all a wonderful and productive day!

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Comments (6)

hazelkrisferrando
hazelkrisferrando on March 26
Chic
jehanmohammad22
jehanmohammad22 on February 27
chic
barbali
barbali on February 26
nice
CarefreeContessa
CarefreeContessa on February 25
pretty burgundy boots!
bkgurl36
bkgurl36 on February 25 via Android mobile device icon
stunning
Porcelanna
Porcelanna on February 25
Fabulous style! Love this printed skirt <3
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