Wedding Guests - How To Rewear A Dress To Different Weddings
As much as we love it when you’re all dressed up and fancy, we think you can still slay and be financially smart about it. With so many weddings this season, we all need to know how to rewear a dress.
So, if you have a lot of dresses in your wardrobe (but you still don’t have a dress for that next wedding because you’ve worn them before), grab a pen and paper because this class on how to rewear a dress is for you.
The Kate Middleton method
You can do it the Kate Middleton way, and just rewear your dress as many times as you want without changing a thing, because you can. Honestly, the woman just pulls it off with no apologies.
Hats on, hats off
Taking off or adding conspicuous accessories can make a dress look different enough for you to wear them again. Try hats, detachable trains, puffy sleeves, e.t.c
Throw on a jacket
Rewearing an ankara dress can be tricky, so you can use a plain jacket to change it up. Another option is to use a jacket from the same material that gives it a totally different look (like Ini Dima-Okojie did here).
Accessorise like a boss
Rewearing a dress is already a bold step, so it’s not out of line to accessorise boldly to achieve the different look you’re going for. In addition to using different jewellery when you want to rewear a dress, you can use a scarf and a belt and voila, new dress! (Sort of).
A dress in a dress
Another way to rewear your dress (a short one, preferably), is to pair it with a nice skirt or pants. For extra points in creativity, pair it with the same colour to give it a ‘gown’ or ‘jumpsuit’ look
Culled from Zumi