OOTD: Scalloped Dress

Friday, December 9, 2016


Looking for a way to re-wear that Christmas dress after the holidays pass? Well, fun little black dresses like this one are perfect for Christmas dinner to a casual look. I dressed this scallop cocktail dress down with an oversize fuzzy cardigan (which is amazing btw) and a plaid scarf. Just by adding a few simple pieces you can completely transform any dress to a casual day look. 


As you can tell from this week's posts I LOVE plaid scarfs. I have about 6 of them that I am constantly rotating. Whether I am adding it to a look for an accessory or wearing it to stay warm outside plaid scarfs are my go-to winter accessory. I especially love this one because it has so many different colors in it. From red, yellow, blue, grey, to brown it has a little bit of everything which makes it super versatile. 


I don't know about you guys but I worry about re-wearing dresses to events. Once you wear a dress to a sorority formal or wedding you feel like you can't be photographed in it again. But, if you dress down a dress you can incorporate it into your everyday wardrobe so you can re-wear it, just in a different way. That's why I love layering sweaters or cardigans over dresses and adding different accessories. This way it's the same dress but is completely re-vamed. If you really want to mix things up layer a shirt over the dress and BAM it instantly becomes a skirt. Not to mention your friends won't recognize it! 


I paired this look with flats, but add a pair of ankle booties or even riding boots to dress down the look even more. With flats this look could work for the office, class, or a dinner out. 


Where it's from: 
Dress: c/o Tobi
Sweater: Nordstrom 
Tights: Target 
Earrings: J Crew 
Scarf: Local Boutique 
Shoes: Tory Burch 


What is your favorite way to dress down a dress? Let me know in the comments! Also, be sure to check out www.Tobi.com for awesome dresses and apparel for affordable prices. 
XOXO 
Miranda 

Thank you to Tobi for sending me items to review. All opinions are my own. Thank you to brands like Tobi that make Sew Cute Style possible! 

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