As I stood in line waiting for the cashier to ring me up, I looked down at the dress in my hands, silently considering how many items I could snag off of the sale racks for the price of this cut-out maxi…or was it a mini?
Regardless, it was beautiful and so worth it, I decided, as I reached for my wallet to pay. As you might have guessed, the garment I bought that day looked quite similar to the one donned by this Fashionista—short in the front, long in the back. The look is flattering and refreshing, allowing you to get the best of both worlds (or lengths).
This Fashionista plays up the print on her frock by adding a long, silver pendant necklace and vivid layered bracelets. Try this coin pendant from Topshop, or while she opts for two clocks on her wrists, you can keep track of time around your neck with this prism pendant from Urban Outfitters.
And if you’re in need of a new watch, check out the selection at ASOS—there’s skinny twisted metal for a vintage vibe, thick, faceted lens for those who fancy the chunkier choice, and a bangle with a pony print.
For a complete selection of stackers, succumb to the friendship bracelet fad with Dannijo’s psychedelic patterns or Shashi’s blend of bling and string, or DIY it and weave together some yarn yourself!
This Fashionista boldly balances out the soft roses on her dress with a pair of black Doc Marten classics. But you can give your feet some fresh summer air with these Jeffrey Campbell combat boots—cutout or slashed.
Hint: Dresses with an asymmetrical hemline are all the rage this season, and Shopbop has got (mostly your backside) covered! Treat yourself to the “T” by Alexander Wang, rock it casual with a Wildfox and “Let Love Rule,” splurge on this cheetah inspired silk Thayer, or sport your “high low” from right to left with this BB Dakota skirt/dress.