I would like to bring attention to the versatility of something as straightforward as a long shirt that has functional buttons all the way to the bottom. Meg's King Dress is a deceptively simple dress that can have many looks.
Add some interest to a basic turtleneck and cigarette pants outfit, or give off cool girl vibes by wearing The King Dress over a slip or tighter a-line dress, and pair it with boots!
Because The King Dress is asymmetrical, belting it will shorten the hemline and give it a totally different look and feel. And If you have a vest in your closet that you don't know what to do with, try layering it on top! It will give a cinching effect in an alternative way.
And for those who just want to dress and go, wear it open and flowy. The unique shape of The King Dress will ensure a sophisticated look without trying.
Fay's Style Takeaways
- Think outside the dress-try using your front opening dresses as a layering piece.
- If you are looking to give a dress more of a waistline, try layering a vest on top as a belt alternative.
- If you don't feel like carrying a tight or revealing dress look, layering a shirt dress on top will remove any self consciousness and add an edge to a traditionally feminine look.