One Printed Sheath Dress, Three Jackets

This is a simple outfit. Sometimes it’s fun to wear an outfit that’s a little more involved, and sometimes you just don’t want to have to think so much. So throw on a printed sheath dress with some tights and knee high boots, and volia, a chic, simple outfit. No need to add all sorts of jewelry to this look, as the dress is the main attraction. The best part about this outfit is there are so many different options for what you can throw over it. Below I present three different jackets — a thin faux shearling cover-up, an edgy faux leather bomber, and an incredible Max Mara trench that I found at Second Time Around for a fraction of the original retail price. Sheath dresses can be tough to wear — the silhouette is not very forgiving. Probably best for smaller to medium-sized figures.

IMG_4448IMG_4451_2I prefer boots that fit a bit more tightly around the calves (like the ones I’m wearing here), otherwise, from the side, it looks sloppy . I have thin calves so it can be difficult to find a boot that doesn’t leave too much surrounding area around the lower part of the leg. If you order boots online, be sure to take your calf measurements and check out the stats next to the item you’re looking to order.

IMG_4489_2IMG_4517_2IMG_4535_2Don’t forget to have fun in the outfits you put together!!

IMG_4591_2This collar is so cool. I think it must have a wire running through it, because it stands up on its own. So you can choose to have it popped or put it down. It’s also detachable. I love coats that allow you to detach pieces, enabling you to create a couple different looks.

IMG_4613_2Shop Neely’s Look!: Sheath Dress: Torn by Ronny Kobo; similar style or another similar style | Knee high boots: LF Stores; similar style (on sale!) | Black tights | Shearling cover-up: 344; similar style | Faux-leather bomber jacket: Aqua; similar style | Trench: Max Mara; similar style

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