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Play the "what, this old thing?" routine when people ask about this dress, knowing it looks cool-girl-nonchalant and polished at the same time.
Collared dresses take all the pressure off accessorizing. No need for a statement necklace; just pick a fun pair of metallic shoes like this model, and you're done.
Win-win: the tiers draw attention to your natural waist without squeezing and binding you in an uncomfy way.
Scarlet red dresses probably work best when balanced by a looser silhouette, anyway. That way they're still flirty, but not too va-va-voom.
Punchy, fun, cool.
Easily slides from beach to dinner with the swapping of your shoes (and maybe a few gold bangles).
Wear it to an outdoor concert. (Billowy dresses are always the best for dancing.)
An ideal wedding guest dress for standing out in the crowd without looking too try-hard or ornate.
Polished enough for most work places, cool enough for most drinks places.
We love the way the hem hits just above the ankle.
Wear it to a party and be just as comfy as you would in a silk pajama shirt.
The unusual color combo might be the best part.
For now, pair it with tortoise shell sunglasses and sandals, then swap in tights and a jacket to wear it through fall, too.
Asymmetrical hems make everything look cooler.
Everyone needs a go-to picnic dress. (One you can really eat in, too.)