Wearing: Zara Open Back Knit Dress (old, but buy similar styles here, here, and here), Mango Boots (other options here and here), ASOS Peacoat (old, but shop similar here and here), Mango Earrings, Céline Sunglasses, and a J.W. Anderson Pierce Bag
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An updated way on how to wear a knit dress for chillier fall days, which proves it the most versatile piece of the season.
Who would think a dress can be so versatile? But in reality, you might be suprised to find out that there are more ways than you think on how to wear a knit dress. It’s a great layering piece not only for fall, but also for winter. My trick to style it for the chillier fall days? Simply throw on a leather jacket, or in this case, a peacoat and wear it with over-the-knee boots. This silhouette is having a big moment this season.
You can also layer it under a wrap skirt. Yes, you read right, you can use it as a top and as an underlayer peeping out of a skirt or below a slip dress. You can also style it with sneakers and mules.
Do you love knit dresses as much as I do? How do you love to wear them?
Wishing you all a great start of the week. x
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