Tuesday, September 3, 2013

How To Wear: Shift Dresses

Hello and Happy Tuesday my loves.

I hope each of you had a great Labor Day weekend. I had a very fun filled weekend with my family and I sort of relaxed and got some things together in my house on my 'free Monday'. Today marks my first official day back at work in over 9 weeks so I'm attempting my blog posts may be pretty sporadic times throughout the day though I will attempt to remain on a good schedule especially for you all. I really do enjoy reading your comments and interacting with all of you so I will try my best to keep everything consistent.

In this week's 'How To Wear' series, I want to discuss one of my favorite pieces to transition into the fall with-shift dresses. These babies are everything. They are so easy to style and and the end result with any shift dress is always effortless yet pulled together for a nice, clean look.

I especially like the variety of styles, patterns, and fabrics which make styling that much more simplistic.

I really enjoy the flirty, casual, and edgy looks listed below but you can also tone your dresses down a little by pairing them with riding boots, loafers, and oxfords.How To Wear: Shift Dresses
How To Wear: Shift Dresses by sherockwell featuring high heel shoes

Topshop rayon dress / Little Mistress chiffon wedding dress, $77 / River Island black and white dress, $34 / Ted Baker lace cardigan / Merona blazer / Saks Fifth Avenue slingback pumps / GUESS black thigh high boots / Steve Madden high heel shoes / Charlotte Russe straw purse / Michael Kors bracelet jewelry / Blu Bijoux coral bib necklace

How do you like to style your shift dresses?
I can't wait to hear from you!
Until then, thanks for reading.


  1. Love all these looks! I think I like the black and white stripe best!

    1. Those knee high boots are the truth!!

    2. OH WOW! FIERCE! I love this. I like all 3 looks and thanks for the advice on how to wear trends. This has actually opened up my eyes to expanding my horizons. Shame on me!!!


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