One piece, multiple ways! This blog post will show you how to style your statement pieces up or down.
1. The Belt.
Never underestimate the power of a statement belt. Immediately take your outfit from a 6 to a 10 by throwing on a metallic detail at the waist. Plus, it'll immediately transform those trousers (or dress) you've worn 10000 times into a completely new piece - no one will know!
A relaxed chain belt can rest loosely on the widest part of your hips. This looks great with a pair of low to mid rise trousers with a fitted top. Experiment with draping the chain asymmetrically on the side, or with the detail directly in front.
A statement belt can also turn a day dress into an elevated event look. Your plain dress is now more suited for a dressier occasion, and can be worn again and again as a new look!
And again - Instantly transforming this simple navy slip dress, the possibilities are endless.
2. A Two-Piece Set
Nothing is better than a set that gives you two or more pieces in one! When you wear the full set, it creates more of an illusion of a put-together dress.
Styled above: our Pink/Purple Paisley Set
But, you can easily dress these sets more casually by swapping out for another basic in your closet.
Styled above: our Pink/Purple Paisley Set, swapped out with everyday basics.
3. Crystal Jewelry.
Not sure what to wear tonight? Instead of buying a completely new dress, transform one you already own by adding a bold accessory. The look is now ready for a romantic evening.
4. A Power Blazer.
Preppy chic is always in. Take your blazer from work to play in a flash with a quick swap.
Adding more structure with a blazer is a quick way to make an outfit look smarter and more put together. Styled here with a simple white tee and denim, this look can easily go from coffee date to business casual.
Styled above: Escada Window Pane Blazer
But on the other end, wearing nothing underneath your blazer gives a sexier, powerful energy. Ready for a dinner date
Cold weather? Layer up for winter with a blazer on top of a turtleneck. Best paired with a fitted knit and straight leg trousers, this look is sexy and smart. And can go from work meetings to wine nights. Experiment with a cropped under layer, the blazer left open, and various shoe styles.
Did we inspire you? Check out the links below for more pieces within this range!