Styling a Short Dress with Maxi Overlay

“Compromise means to go just a little bit below what you know is right. It's just a little bit, but it's the little foxes that spoil the vine.” ― Joyce Meyer


DSC_5211 - CopyHey guys,

I hope you all had a wonderful Easter and actually took some time to go to Church and celebrate the risen King! Can you imagine how devastated Jesus' disciples must have been when he was crucified? This was someone they had dropped everything for and spent three years of their lives following. When Christ rose from the dead, he defeated death and restored their hope! That means there's hope for us today as well. Nowadays, what is right is considered wrong and what is wrong is considered right but you don't have to compromise your faith for anybody!

Photo GalleryDSC_52051DSC_5219 - CopyDSC_5218 - CopyDSC_5216 - CopyDSC_5212 - CopyDSC_5206 - CopyDSC_5204 - CopyDSC_5201 (2)DSC_5198 - CopyThe best thing about shooting with your bestfriend that happens to wear the same size as you is that you can steal, well, borrow each other can literary plan and complete an entire outfit based on the other person's closet! I purchased this short dress with a sheer maxi overlay a few years back and I was trying to see how I could style it differently from the first time that I wore it during the fall (see here). Edwina was shooting in my winter jacket so I put on her jacket to stay warm and it looked great with my dress. This dress is quite plain and simple so to upgrade the look, I just added the gold belt. Accessories will always elevate any simple look to something more elegant and stylish.

Outfit Details:

Dress (old) // Jacket (old) - similar at Asos // Shoes - Charlotte Russe // Bag - Calvin Klein // Belt - Bebe

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