Blue and white striped shirt dress styled two ways

Blue White Stripe Shirt Dress Styled Two Ways

Don’t you just love an item in your wardrobe that you can wear in different ways?

Well, our brand new Blue White Stripe Asymmetrical Shirt Dress with Belt is one of these pieces. It is technically a shirt dress, but if you leave it open in the front when you wear jeans, shorts, black or white jeans, it can become a long shirt!

As you can see below, I have styled it for you a few different ways. First as a dress belted which I think is a really pretty and feminine look for spring and summer. Then I tied the belt loose in the back and left the dress loose, which is also a great option, in case you don’t like tie belts. Last but not least I wore it as a shirt, left open over my white jeans and tank top.

I also added an easy jersey cover up, our White Draped Collar Jersey Knit Cardigan, which is a great piece to throw over any dress or sleeveless top for those cooler nights. It is made out of a light weight rayon lycra jersey (tshirt material) and is very casual and comfy to wear.

For jewelry I wore our Double Strand Necklace with Pendant Tassel and Fringe which can be worn two different ways, long or short. I have shown you how it looks both ways with the two different looks today. This is one of our best-selling necklaces and we have restocked it once already. I also added our Blue Ivory Gold Charm Bracelet which is a nice fun piece to wear as well.

All four pieces I am showing you today are part of our 24-HR Flash Sale where you can get 15% off with code FS519 plus Free US Shipping. All international shipments are a flat rate of $25.00.

Blue White Stripe Asymmetrical Shirt Dress with Belt – Click Here

White Draped Collar Jersey Knit Cardigan – Click Here

Double Strand Necklace with Pendant Tassel and Fringe – Click Here

Blue Ivory Gold Charm Bracelet – Click Here

How do you like my look?

White jeans – Zara

Platform sandals – Sam Edelman

Bag – Prada

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