Happy Friday girls. I am so ready for the weekend. We are leaving town next week and there’s still so much to do and a couple of holiday parties to attend. It’s just that time of year, you know? Today on the blog I am sharing two ways to style a simple, yet beautiful velvet dress. Styling one piece different ways will get you more wear! So many times we buy dresses for a particular party or event, and never know how or where to wear it again.
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Express is my go to store when it comes to shopping for outfits for special occasions and events. Whether it’s a maxi dress, sequins or a jumpsuit, I know I will be able to find it at Express. I am really into cozy textures and velvet this holiday season and Express has so many stunning options. Best news! Everything is 50% off!!! No better time to shop not only for your holiday looks, NYE outfits but also cozy wardrobe essentials.
I fell in love with this gorgeous velvet dress. The silhouette is fitted but not too tight and is very flattering. The thin straps cross in the back (adhesive backless bra is a must). The dress is very sexy yet still classy and chic.
My faux fur coat is available in 4 color options and fits TTS. I am wearing size S. It will compliment all your holiday looks, but also looks fabulous with jeans. My earrings are also from Express. Oversized, makes a statement, but light enough for comfortable wear.
Velvet Dress Styled With A Sweater
This velvet dress is perfect for any upcoming holiday parties and events, but you can totally tone it down and make it more day time ready. I paired it with this cozy sweater with a convertible neckline. Wear it off the shoulder or as cowl-neck either way it is super cozy and fits TTS. I am wearing size S.
Tights are so trendy right now. Express has so many amazing options. You girls know I love leopard print.
Thank you so much for visiting Blushing Rose Style blog. And very special thank you to Express and RewardStyle for partnering with me on this post. As always, all views and opinions are mine.