ALL IN THE DETAILS: Rock My (Knee) Socks

March 13th, 2015 at 2:00am

Six more weeks of winter? I know, we’re all mad about it. But not to worry, warmer weather is on its way. I don’t know about you, but I can’t wait to bring all of my sundresses out of their winter slumber and start giving them the attention they deserve again. This Fashionista pairs clothing from all seasons to create a look that is versatile for the transition between seasons.

A little jewelry goes a long way. A handful of rings on her fingers gives this Fashionista’s outfit a little bit of a boho flair. Rings are such small details, but can really accentuate your style. These mismatched silver rings and gold watch pair together so nicely.

A loose-fitting slip dress is such a delicate staple to have in your wardrobe. A dress like this is perfect for anything because it can be worn casually or it can be dressed up depending on the occasion. The zig-zag stitching pattern on the dress is very intricate. Without this detailed pattern, the dress would be much plainer. The neutral mauve tone in the dress can be worn with so many different colors. The dress is covered in tiny polka-dots that can only be seen close up. This Fashionista chose to stay with the neutral theme by putting on a light tan knee-length sweater over her dress and an off-white bralette under her dress. The rope-like pattern on the sweater falls nicely next to the detailed stitching on the dress. The way the sweater and dress fall at the same length really adds something special to this outfit.

Brown leather riding boots are incredibly versatile shoes. Most Fashionistas wouldn’t choose to pair these shoes with a dress, but this Fashionista took a risk, and look how well it paid off! The boots meet her knees to provide a lot of detail for this look. Knee-high boot socks in another neutral, earthy tone look cute while keeping this Fashionista warm during the change of seasons.

How To: Is it still too cold out to wear your adorable new spring dress? Pair a dress with a long sweater and knee socks and your dress has officially been winterized. Experiment with knee socks; they can be worn with both flats and boots.