June 24th, 2016Our Fashion Choice
Rompers are everywhere this summer. Do you want an easy to wear, short look with no worries about wild winds or creeps? The romper is a fabulous option. Slip it on like a dress, and Voila! Whether you are petite, tall or plus size, there’s a romper option for you.
5 On Trend Rompers
So unexpected in formal wear, this black sequin romper from Tony Bowls is sophisticated and totally on trend for Summer 2016. The blouson beaded top swings, shimmers and turns heads. Side pockets grace the black flowing shorts. Great details like built in bra cups make this formal romper a fabulous summer special occasion option.
Then again, do you love lace? Then check out this cream lace romper. A fully lined body with sheer shoulders and three quarter sleeves grants full coverage with a touch of romance. The pleated shorts make this romper an airy choice for summer receptions and nights out.
The graceful drape of this plus size romper is irresistible! Drop shoulders and short sleeves make this black romper a versatile option. Whether you need a great outfit for a road trip vacation or are just enjoying a night out with friends, basic black gives your loads of styling possibilities.
Adorable details play on the print pattern of this open back romper. An origami inspired front pleat captures the movement of the white and grey geometric print. Criss cross straps anchor the halter neckline. With bare shoulders and soft fabric, this romper is perfect for hot summer days.
Exquisite details formal black romper by La Femme. A black knit romper is topped with black polka dot organza. This long sleeve formal romper looks totally fashion forward with the sheer interfacing which flares the full bias cut short skirt. Part romper, part mini dress but all fabulous formal statement at summer receptions and semi formal dances.
Are you ready for the romper? This may be the summer you dress in this versatile fashion forward look.Tags: LaFemme, rompers, summer dresses, Tony Bowls
Black dresses have become a staple since Audrey Hepburn wandered down the streets of Manhattan in Breakfast at Tiffany’s. They say that every woman needs a little black dress. Whether for an internship, semi formal reception, night out or funeral, the black dress is always appropriate. Just ask the Europeans! Women in Milan, Paris and New York often live in black for its sleek, practical style.
Need a black dress in your budget? Today I share:
5 Little Black Dresses less than $100
Sleeveless and swingy, the A line black lace dress never goes out of style. Scattered sequins shimmer across this lace semi formal dress. A sweetheart lining adds an extra spin, offering covered shoulders with that touch of sheer skin.
Channel your best Audrey Hepburn with this scoop neck dress. A jersey knit, figure hugging black dress is a sexy layer that you can easily style for work, date night or cocktail receptions.
Faux pearls embellish the cuffs and neckline long sleeve chiffon shift. This elegant black dress has a lined dress body and sheer sleeves. Thanks to the beaded accents, you can slip on this lbd and a pair of heels to head out the door on your night out or special occasion.
A bateau neckline and short sleeves add a cosmopolitan touch to this black midi dress. Knit jersey and a slim profile combine for a comfortable yet figure hugging base layer to style as your occasion requires.
Want your lbd to be pretty, swingy and practical? Let me suggest this pleated halter dress with pockets. The halter neckline bares your shoulders. From the collar, pleats and a bias cut create a swingy dress with side seam pockets.
Believe it or not, all of these little black dresses cost less than $100. Which dress would you choose? Keep a cute lbd in your closet for instant fashion and style.
There comes a time when summer dresses aren’t just beach cover ups. Do you have an internship this summer? Are you ready to dress for success? Internship style guides show that office dress code can be vague and definitely vary depending on location and business. Today I’ve chosen
5 Work Dresses When You’re an Intern
A power color and scalloped hem give this short sleeve sheath dress an easy style. This shift is dressy enough to wear at work, but casual enough to find off duty occasions to wear it as well.
I featured this blue and white striped dress in my post on striped dresses, but it’s worth listing again. A bias cut sleeveless shift has a great spot in any wardrobe. If you like blue and white stripes, this dress should be a wardrobe basic this summer.
Blue and white but with a totally different vibe, this shift dress plays with pattern and a range of blue colors on a conservative jewel neck short sleeve pattern. It’s a classic shape with a great pattern that fits into many internship settings.
The notched neckline gives an edge to this magenta knit dress. Clever, ever so clever that long center pattern piece that lengthens your torso for a smooth statement at your summer workplace. The raglan sleeve shaping creates a cap sleeve. This sheath dress blends with a variety of style statements. Depending on your work setting you can wear a blazer, jacket or cardi.
Don’t like sleeves but love the vibrant color? Try this sleeveless crew neck sheath. Neckline darts create a very 2016 statement dress shape. The jersey knit is a comfortable fit for long days at your internship with perhaps a networking event after. The sheath is perfect for day to night professional dress.
Hopefully you’re inspired to dress for your summer internship. Your budget will be happy to hear that all of these work appropriate dresses are priced under $100. Good luck at work and don’t forget to dress for success!
Striped dresses are a strong trend for summer 2016. The clean, crisp look works well for casual, office or party settings, so go ahead, try stripes on summer days and special occasions. Need shopping inspiration? Here are my suggestions!
7 Striped Summer Dresses
If you want just one striped dress this summer, then consider this bias cut blue and white shift. The center seam turns the stripes into a flattering chevron motif, flaring slightly at the hem. Style this sleeveless dress for sunny days around town, into the office or kick up your heels for summer parties and BBQs.
A great use of complementary colors with black make this lace up striped chiffon dress a fun and funky choice. A boho interpretation of the usually conservative impact of a striped dress, the black lining allows a long side slit to add to the style statement.
So fun! Black and white stripes criss cross the cut out back of this sundress. I can imagine myself slipping on this cute dress on a summer day when the temps are blistering. The V neck shows off the summer tan you’ve built, or could be that layer you slip on after the beach.
Stripes are used both horizontally and vertically in this plus size career dress. A strong and elegant look, I think this short sleeve shift is perfect for formal office wear or cocktail receptions. The red and black combination works just as effectively in cooler months, too.
Bias cut black and white stripes accented with red poppies make this Angela and Alison semi formal dress stand out. Back cut outs give the appearance that you’ve chosen a crop top party dress, adding another trendy touch to your striped style statement.
Fuchsia stripes accent bands of navy and white in a fabulous geometric print 2 piece dress. The bateau neckline and short sleeves give a trim look when matched with the slim midi skirt. This two piece dress can mix and match to create a great office wardrobe basic in striped style.
Looking to use stripes as a statement in a party dress? I love the color combination in this off the shoulder 2 piece dress. It’s just the right dose of stripes combined with black and cream. The full skirt has a feminine touch, with brush strokes of azure blue and warm pink giving a tropical flare to stripes.Tags: 2 piece dress, dresses under $100, dresses with stripes, party dress, plus size dress
What do you think? Did you find your style statement in stripes this summer! These dresses work for everyday or special occasions. Extra bonus? Nearly all of these striped dresses are priced under $100.