Little Ivory Dress, Styled Two Ways

Remember when I told you guys that I was all about adding neutral ivory pieces to my wardrobe.  Well, that statement still holds true.  Just like everyone needs a LBD (Little Black Dress) in their wardrobe, I’m going to be so bold to state that you need a LID (Little Ivory Dress) in your wardrobe as well.  This one I found was from Kintage, and I’ve styled it up in two ways.

Dress c/o Kintage | Shoes: Seychelles from Modcloth | Necklace: Petitor | Earrings c/o Jac & Elsie | Bracelet: From Arm Party swap partner, Underscore Bethany

For the above outfit, I decided to go with more of a Summer look for the outfit.  I used browns throughout the outfit to tie everything together and added pops of color in my bracelets and shoes.  You’ll see more close ups of the gorgeous colorful bracelets I am wearing in tomorrow’s post, but for now, can we stop for a second to talk about my shoes?  They are Seychelles and I am in love and I used my Modcloth gift certificate that I won from Fashion Space to purchase them.  So free teal shoes that are THIS gorgeous, how lucky am I?

Dress c/o Kintage | Cardigan: Maurice’s | Shoes: Blowfish | Necklace: Red Velvet | Bracelet: From Arm Party swap partner, Underscore Bethany

For the second look, I tried to give it more of a Fall twist to it.  I added in a cardigan and boots to give this a more grungy and not as feminine look.  I still stayed in the earth tone family and used the flaps of my boots to give the outfit a bit of pattern and color.

P.S. The winner of the $50 credit to Mikarose giveaway is Abbey H. of The Makings of a Mess!  Congrats girl!  Send me an email at sandyalamode(at)gmail(dot)com to claim your prize!  :)

How would you style a Little Ivory Dress?


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  1. You look darling! I meant to comment last week when you posted the BEAUTIFUL pictures of your family. What an adorable baby you have! Also – that little red striped cardi you tried on is on sale now… :) Hope all is well! S

  2. Sandy, you did a great job styling this dress….

    Now let’s move on to the last post. OMG that steak is making my mouth water…and I am having a lite chkn caeser salad for dinner…yes lite caeser dressing :(

  3. I love both ways you styled it. You seriously have just the best shoes! Always. And I think I need more neutrals in my closet. I’ve been thinking about it a lot lately!

  4. what an adorable dress!! Love it both ways! You could definitely still wear it in the winter with tights/boots and a sweater. it’s so cute!

  5. I love those shoes in the first outfit! I’m off to look them up on Modcloth! ;-) Love the dress too – it looks so good on you!

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