Four Ways To Style A Tiered Dress
It’s time for another wardrobe remix! I’ve previously shown four ways to style high waisted jeans, four ways to style overall dresses, four ways to style a jumpsuit, and four ways to style a teddy coat. Today, I’m starting with my Atlantic-Pacific x Halogen ruffle tiered dress to show you four different ways to style it that also work great in the winter. FYI it’s also currently 40% off, so get this dress quick before it sells out! The tiered dress I’m wearing goes up to size XL, but I also love this dress that goes up to size 3XL.
Lucite handle vintage bag
This dusty rose color is one of my favorites to start an outfit with, because there are so many colors I like to pair with it: red, goldenrod, cream, other shades of pink, and of course green! I recently bought this coat and was a little worried I wouldn’t wear it enough, but I’ve been wearing it nonstop. It’s warm, long without being overwhelming, and since it’s solid, I almost treat it like a neutral. Since I hiked up the dress a little bit, I like that the boots and long coat give it a little more balance.
Vintage coat (love this one)
Charlotte Olympia bag
I know socks and sandals can be seen as a faux pas, but I kind of love it when the socks are pretty. These Lirika Matoshi socks are meant to be seen, and are subtle enough that they almost need a second glance. I also like mixing textures, which is why I chose velvet sandals! The trapeze fit of this dress gives off a sort of 60s vibe, so I paired it with a vintage coat, lucite handle bag, and a beret that I can throw up in the air for a Mary Tyler Moore moment.
Pink coat (similar)
Madewell glitter shoes (old but available second hand here)
Speaking of Lirika Matoshi, here’s a second outfit with one of her pieces. My Lirika Matoshi tulle star skirt has gotten a lot of wear since I bought it, and it can be quite the head turner! I sometimes treat my dresses as blouses, and layer a skirt over them for more versatility. Since the dress is voluminous, it almost acts like a petticoat under the skirt. And to avoid being one giant poof, I added a belt to give some waist definition. A longer, more tailored coat pulls it all together. And of course, my favorite pink Keiko-Chan x Bonlook glasses!
Pink faux fur coat (similar)
Red and pink isn’t just for Valentine’s Day, in my opinion! I especially love this dusty rose or a light blush with red. In this case, I added a bow belt (so inexpensive and cute!), red tights and shoes, and since I love mixing textures, I layered with a faux fur coat in a strikingly similar color as the dress.
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