Aubergine

October 27, 2016

A question central to wardrobe management is: what factors determine whether or not an article of clothing belongs in your closet? For me, frequency of wear is important: I have little difficulty parting with pieces that haven't been worn in more than a year. The only class of items for which I make an exception is special occasions dresses; they are rarely worn more than once, but are often too pretty to part with. 

I originally ordered this dress to wear to a friend's wedding, but part of its appeal to me is that it's easy to re-style for workplaces with a casual dress code. I am sharing one of my favorite ways to wear it in this post. It also looks great under a tailored blazer, with a matching belt.
BB Dakota Rhianna Illusion Yoke Lace Fit & Flare Dress in Aubergine (Size 0) || BP Wrap Front Pullover in Burgundy Stem (Size XXS) || Hermes Reversible Belt || Burberry Westland Sateen Trench (Size 2) || Louis Vuitton Mon Monogram Neverfull MM Tote || Via Spiga Bethany Knee-High Boot in Chestnut Leather
For those who are interested, the BB Dakota Rhianna Illusion Yoke Lace Fit & Flare Dress (available in 12 colors!) fits true to size (though those with larger chests may need to size up), and is a solid option at $98 for holiday parties or weddings.

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  1. How else have you styled the top? Beautiful color!

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    1. There are so many possibilities! I really like wearing it with leather pants and a tonal lace bralette underneath (kind of like what I did here: http://www.fastfoodandfastfashion.com/2016/05/review-free-people-drapey-wrap-front.html). It also looks great semi-tucked into pencil skirts. :)

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