The "A-Line" dress by Brass Clothing is a great shift dress. Whenever I see a white dress, I'm always wary of using it for work or daytime, because of the obvious issue: transparency. I'm happy to report that this dress passes the see-through test with flying colors. It's a great material, too; thick, with a mini-quilt pattern throughout.
For this post, I styled their A-Line dress, regularly $245, but on major sale now for $72. For my office, this particular style would be too short (I am 5"7, by the way), but on someone else, it could work.
Because the white is so classic, I thought it would be fun to pair with these hunter green suede heels from Banana Republic. My jewelry is equally classic and minimal.
|David Yurman X Crossover bracelet here.|
What I'm Wearing:
Dress c/o Brass Clothing (similar)
Cropped Jacket: Gap (last season) (this season) (faux leather)
Suede Pumps: Banana Republic green suede pumps (if you really want to make a statement, try pairing the dress with over the knee suede boots, these are less than $70).
Accessories: David Yurman Petit Cerise Necklace in Prasiolate (in blue topaz here); Cartier Tank Francaise, David Yurman Bangles (similar here & here)