Recently, I have been on the hunt for casual, but warm, fall dresses simply because of one factor: I really hate wearing dress pants, no matter how nice they may look on me. This being said, I'm sure most women who live in a seasonal climate know how hard it can be to find a dress heavy enough to keep you warm in the fall but that is also stylish and doesn't leave you looking frumpy. Luckily for me, once again my sponsor SheIn pulled through and sent me this adorable fall swing dress.
Dinner & Dancing
Okay, so though I did not actually go dancing in this dress (yet) I did however enjoy a day of early holiday shopping with my mum as well as a nice dinner, which this dress was perfect for each activity. The reason I say this is because though this dress is very modest and casual, paired with the right accessories it can be glammed up for any occasion and just looks absolutely chic. This dress is also a perfect candidate for a cool fall day due to the fact it is made out of a heavy knit material.
The other thing I loved about this dress is it's mod design and detailing. Though the back of the dress is incredibly dramatic due to the contrast between the white and red, the clean lines still give this dress a lovely and simple feel. To me this dress is very reminiscent of the looks by Jil Sander and Calvin Klein in the 1990s just due to it's simple shape and clean lines.
Lastly, to style this dress I paired it with my opal earrings, gold chain and pearl tassel necklace, black and gold cuff, and heels all from White House Black Market. The reason I did this is because I thought the gold in both the bracelet and the necklace would mesh well and stand out against the red in this dress, and that the white in the opals and the pearls would compliment the white of the dress, as well as break up the front of the dress some. And to top it all off, I paired my new black chained mini bag (also compliments of my sponsor SheIn) with it just so I could keep the gold and black color combo going!