A LEATHER DRESS MADE CASUAL

April 13, 2017

One of the things I really love to do when it comes to playing around and creating new outfits, is to take a garment that one would usually where out at night or to something a little fancier than just a walk about and put it into an everyday wearable outfit! 

For those of you who don't know there was a huge trend this past year of wearing a shirts under spaghetti strap tops or singlet dresses. Now I still love that look and wear it, as it is a super cute change to just wearing a dress or a t-shirt. However I wanted to do something along those lines but different! I did that by styling a gorgeous print, off the shoulder shirt with a bit of a frill along the chest and lovely bell sleeves the top definitely gives the look some flirty and feminine vibes which contrast perfectly with this stunning yet simple figure hugging leather dress. A little behind the scenes tidbit about this little black dress - it was actually given to me by a very lovely family friend and it was x-large on me, I was swimming in it! But alas I took it to a seamstress and she weaved her magic and viola a figure hugging leather dress fit for me! Any-who when accessorising this outfit I kept it simple with black leather sneakers and gorgeous Israeli designed emerald green earrings to match the green in the top (tip always style your jewelry and accessories to match or enhance the colors of your outfit). Bringing my lovely point back I took a gorgeous leather dress one would normally wear for a night out on the town with a pair of heels and styled it down by adding the off the shoulder top underneath and pairing it with fashionable sneakers, I created an outfit you can definitely wear at anytime of the day! So be brave people, have fun mixing and matching and if you have a generally 'evening' piece and want to wear it during the day go for it! 

 

Alexia Ulibarri dress | Hale' Bob shirt | Amaro earrings | All Star Converse shoes

 

 

 

 Photography by Roscoe Raz - instagram @roscoerazrobson

 

 

 

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