I included this dress in my 30 for 30 challenge, but I never wore it! I used the items from my 30 for 30 to create a TON of different looks. If I were using my whole closet I could do many more looks too!
Just a basic Calvin Klein grey and black shift dress. It does have a pattern, but it reads as a neutral.
Add some chunky jewelry and belt to define the waist and heels and you have a simple classic look that can be changed easily by changing the jewelry. Add some fun colored jewelry or pile on a few necklaces.
Add a skinny belt and matching shoes and you have a very pulled together look.
Add a fun colored belt to add some interest.
Add a wide belt for a simple look. The wide belt really defines the waist.
Add a shirt over the top and some boots. I love the pattern peaking out at the top!
You could even add a belt over the top!
Put a colored cardigan over the top.
Add a belt over the colored cardigan and you have another different look.
Add the cardigan under the dress and there is another look. I am not a huge fan of this look, but . . .
I like it more with a wide belt over the top.
Add a skirt over the top of the dress and the dress reads as a shirt!
Put a cardigan over . . . I like this look much better than the skirt over alone.
Add a skinny belt, matching shoes, and a blazer. I LOVE this look!
If you put the belt over the blazer you have an edgy-er look.
My button-up was in the wash, but you could also put that over and belt it or under with the sleeves and collar peaking out. I'll have to take a picture and add it here.
You can also switch up the colors and have different look each time!
So, there you have it! You can take a basic shift dress and create many many looks!! I wanted to call this post "a million way to wear a shift dress" but I like the how to title better! Just add or change the accessories and you have a completely different look!
Which was your favorite? Are there any ideas that I missed?