3 Ways to Wear a Floral Sundress

Welcome to a new series that I like to call “How to Wear.” Actually, I don’t just like to call it that; I do call it that. Now that I’ve been posting my daily outfits consistently for a good chunk of time, I can look back and reminisce about the good ol’ days. You know, like 2 months ago. I’ve never liked repeating an outfit, but I do like wearing my favorite pieces in different ways. So let’s get to the good stuff and check out three ways I’ve styled this floral sundress.

1.  For a casual and functional traipsing-around-on-a-hellishly-hot-day ensemble (sorry, I’m not good at brevity): with a knotted belt, comfy sandals, a cross-body bag, and minimal jewelry

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2.  For a night at the theater (said with a British accent because it’s cooler that way): with a statement necklace, wedges, and a summery bag20120824-193834.jpg

3.  For a summer wedding: with sparkles, nude pumps, and a sophisticated clutch

20120824-193911.jpgThere you have it! Which one is your favorite??

For the original posts, see here and here.

7 thoughts on “3 Ways to Wear a Floral Sundress

  1. Such a gorgeous dress! I really love all 3 ways, and don’t know if I could pick a favourite. I might say the 1st look only because this dress is just so pretty and dressy, but I like how you made it feel a little more casual with the flats and cross body bag. BEAUTIFUL!

    xo Jenny
    http://www.crazystylelove.com

  2. Sarah, I love all three looks and I would totally rock each of them depending on the event, just like you said. However, I’m always partial to being dressy so I think the third look is my favorite 🙂

  3. Excellent post! I love the dress and it looks great each way you wore it. You could also call it suitcase space saver as it can be pulled out for various days/nights/dinners and events.

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