Sometimes I look at my clothes and feel as though I have nothing to wear. We've all been there; staring at the same old things that we wear over and over again.
When I was invited to style a dress by George at Asda, three different ways, I thought it would be a great opportunity to come up with some fresh ideas for my spring wardrobe.
I chose a gorgeous pastel pink dress* with a big, bold floral print all over. Miranda Priestley may say, "Florals? For spring? Groundbreaking.", but I say screw you, Miranda! Springtime is synonymous with blooming flowers and a floral print is timeless.
I had so much fun coming up with my three different looks. It's amazing how, with a few accessories and different combinations, the same item of clothing can take on a completely different character.
First up, is a laid-back outfit for some shopping and brunch. Ballet flats are great for running around town, a nice spacious carry-all is perfect for all one's bits and bobs (and any spontaneous purchases!), whilst a pop of leopard print and faux leather jacket give it a bit of edge. I threw a jumper over the dress, transforming it into a skirt, to keep it casual.
Bandana - vintage, jacket - H&M, jumper - H&M, dress - c/o George at Asda, bag - H&M, ballet flats - c/o George at Asda.
My second look, is going for a walk in the woods. Chunky boots and a lightweight parka mean you're ready for any dodgy weather, whilst a knitted beanie will keep any late afternoon chill away.
Hat - Primark, dress - as before, parka - c/o George at Asda, belt - old, boots - old.
For my final look, I wanted to create an evening look for a date or family dinner. This time I mixed things up and transformed the dress into a top, by pairing it with one of my favourite skirts. Heeled ankle boots and a leopard print clutch keep it a little more formal and sophisticated.
Dress - as before, belt - old, skirt - H&M, clutch bag - New Look, boots - c/o George at Asda.
I'm so pleased with the three looks I came up with and the versatility one garment can have. I'll definitely be applying the same principle to more items in my wardrobe - just think how many new outfits you could create!
George at Asda have so many beautiful and affordable dresses in store and online right now - I'm a regular shopper there and am always so impressed with the range and prices of their clothes. Check out all their current dresses, right here.
Which is your favourite look?
Many thanks to George at Asda and Talented Talkers, for their help creating this post. I was kindly gifted products to create my looks, but you can bet your bottom dollar that I regularly part with my own money at George!
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