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I got back home from my little outing, took pictures, then wondered what the shirt/dress/boots combo would look like worn just a little differently. So I've included some photos of different ways to change up this look.
Look 1 - Brown paisley sash tied in a square knot. I didn't like the fact that I had no defined waist.
Look 2 - Shirt tied at the waist. Much better for defining a waist line. Might look better with a large statement necklace.
Look 3 - Big white woven belt. I liked the contrast but not sure if it was too much contrast. I might try this look during the summer with a pair of wedge sandals that have a white accent.
Look 4 - Two toned brown elastic belt. The browns in the belt don't match the boots but I'm not so concerned about being matchy-matchy with browns.
With a few basic pieces in your wardrobe it is easy to change up the look with accessories. The sash came with a pair of pants I purchased a few years ago and both of the belts cost less than $10 each. For very little money I've been able to change the look of this outfit. I would encourage you to take a look at some of your belts, scarves, sashes or larger statement necklaces and try them on with your basics.
What is your go-to accessory to change the look of an outfit?
Denim Shirt: NY&Co
Maxi Dress: Gap
Boots: Style&Co via Macy's
Sash: off of a pair of pants from Ross
White Belt: NY&Co
Brown Belt: Target