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How to Wear One Dress Six Different Ways

At 6 months pregnant, I am still refusing to buy maternity clothes. In fact, I am refusing to buy many new outfits only because in just a few months, I will be all over the board size-wise. Ultimately, I have to make the most out of key pieces. In this case, I bought a ¾-sleeve gray dress I figured would carry me through the holidays and every day in between. It is such a staple that I have worn it almost every day. Check out how to style this one dress, six different ways.

 

  • The Oversized Wrap 1 of 6
    LGD1

    The dress serves as a layering piece under this fabulous cardigan I purchased the day I got the dress. In fact, this dress can be worn under any blazer, sweater or overcoat and since it is a neutral color, the layering piece can be in practically any color. 

  • Mixing Neutrals 2 of 6
    LGD2

    The dress is of course the focus here, but in an attempt to keep it from being overly simple, it is accessorized with black and brown accents for an overall neutral but not boring look. 

  • A Touch of Glam 3 of 6
    LGB5

    Worn here as a knee-length skirt with a sparkly top, peep-toe pumps, and a fun statement necklace, it gives this simple dress a more glamorous feel. 

  • With Over-the-Knee Boots 4 of 6
    LGD6

    Tie a simple black button-up on top and "ta-da!" — I have yet another skirt. I love to wear my OTK boots, and this was just another excuse. 

  • As a Top 5 of 6
    LGD4

    Wearing it as a skirt is a great way to be versatile with this dress, but why not wear it as a top as well? Layer a pencil skirt and belt on top to turn this dress into a top. If properly tucked, it would work just as well with a high-waisted pant.

  • Work Wear 6 of 6
    LGD3

    Worn here with a bit more sophistication, this dress also works for a 9-to-5 job. A blazer, printed cardigan, and close-toed pumps make this fitted and simple dress perfect for the office.

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