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Dress Suzy Shier, tights Express, heels unknown Ebay, jewelry/bow The Bay, belt Asos, cardigan H&M, bag unknown Winners, sweater Hollister, animal bracelet Joe Fresh, blue bracelet Target, necklace Mendocino

 
If there is one piece of clothing you should have in your closet to wear to the office it is a sheath dress. Classy enough for the office but being that it is fitted (not tight) to the body it is sexy enough to wear out as it shows off your silhouette. It is also a very versatile piece and you will get a lot of wear out of it. Find one (or two, or three) that fits you perfectly and play it up. In the summer wear it to the office with nice pumps, add on statement jewelry or some pearls and you will be welcome to any meeting. For a night on the town, swap the pumps for some strappy stilettos and some edgy jewelry and hit the streets. Put a belt around your waist to switch it up a bit. I am wearing mine here (one of my many) three different ways appropriate for the office. The way I styled it here is more suited for the fall as I have paired it with black tights and stilettos. You have seen me wear these stilettos here and here, only this time I added some shoe jewelry. First I am wearing it with only my favourite belt from Asos. You can chose to wear a simpler belt instead. To switch it up a bit, put on a cardigan. You can leave the belt underneath the cardigan by cinching only the dress, but I prefer to wear it over a cardigan to create a more hourglass shape. Not just because the belt cinches in the waist, but also because of the way the cardigan creates a narrow line on the upper body and then flares below the waist to create illusion of more curves. For my last look I opted to put a sweater on top but in this case, you must wear a belt over it. Because you are layering, your shape may be lost somewhat and the belt helps to create that hourglass shape. Which look do you prefer? Ciao!
 
 
 
Ako postoji jedna stvar sto morate imati u vasem ormaru, to je haljina koja prati linije tela, nikako da je preuska. Ovakva haljina je dovoljno ozbiljna za kancelariju ali uz promenu aksesoara dovoljno sexy I za grad. Ovakva haljina se takodje moze stilizovati na vise nacina, znaci iskoristite ce te je maksimalno. Pronadjite jednu (ili dve ili tri) sto prati linije vaseg tela I poigrajte se sa njom.Leti je mozete nositi u kancelariju sa salonkama I narukvicom ili ogrlicom od perli, a za izlazak u grad, samo zamenite salonke za sandale se tankim kaiscicima I promenite nakit, I spremne ste za izlazak. Danas sam odlucila da stilizujem ovu haljinu na tri nacina koji su prikladni za jesenje vreme. Prvi primer je samo jednostavno sama haljina strukirana mojim omiljenim kaisem uz crne najlonke I crne salonke. Ove salonke sam takodje nosila ovde I ovde, ali danas sam na njih dodala I malo nakita za cipele (masnu) za promenu. Druga opcija je da obucete kardigan. Mozete ostaviti kais samo na haljini, ali ja licno vise volim da nosim kais preko kardigana. Na taj nacin struk dolazi vise do izrazaja ne samo zbog kaisa, nego I zbog nacina na koji cardigan kreira linije tela. U kornjem delu tela izduzava liniju a u donjem, nize kaisa, zbog nacina na koji se siri u visini kukova, daje iluziju oblina. Za poslednji outfit sam probrala da obucem dzemper preko haljine (tako da deluje kao suknja) ali u ovom slucaju kais je obavezan da se ne bi izgubile obline tela. Koji se vama izgled najvise dopada? Cao!
 
Aleksandra <3
 
PS. I am still trying to figure out Photoshop so that I cam fix my tired looking eyes. They don't look like this in person, but for some reason my camera does not love me lately. :)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


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  1. lovely dress, really cool to see it styled differently in one post.
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  2. Lovely dress!
    Also love your belt with it)

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  3. Lovely dress! I love the detail of the bow on your heels :)
    I follow you, we can follow each other via GFC. Kisses

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  4. Great post!
    I think I prefer the last version. Love the pop of blue and the necklace :)
    Cute that we can tell that you had goosebumps on the last picture. It has been happening to me a lot too :p

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    1. Hahaaha I know. There will probably be more and more of those :)))

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