Quite a long time ago, but there really are things and events worth dressing up for again. We may not be in stiletto-and-ball gown territory yet, but I can say it feels great to see that grocery store trips and excursions for multi-size toilet paper aren’t the only trips that fill my agenda? Pieces that didn’t play much last year, like my leather pants and blazer are getting a second wind thanks to post-lockdown life, but looking at my wardrobe in general I realize that there are many desires. With so many touches on things happening in the world, it’s fair to say that rearranging my closet hasn’t been a top priority. fixing my warm weather clothes. To get away with my style slump, I shop for statement pieces that make me feel like dressing up. These include colorful matching sets and oversized sundresses with fun details and silhouettes. Below, I put my top opponents to add some pizzazz to your arsenal of clothes if you’re upset right now, like me. Keep scrolling to see them all.
Not summer without a sundress, and so far the bigger the better. Massive, airy clothes have been my wardrobe MVP for a while now, like this summer version from Who What Wear. For those who prefer a more specialized size in general, try a dress with equally large dramatic sleeves.
It's the spring trend that keeps on giving: ' 80s pastel florals dominated the runways last season , and if you’re in the mood for a pattern to brighten up your warm clothing collection, this one is a smart choice.
A style slump is a great time to get a little experimental, which is why I venture out of my comfort zone to try my hand at minidresses. I was a midi- and maxi-length girl by and by, but the ruffled mini really won me over.
I can be poetic all day about my love of matching sets (I actually did here ) but I'll stop chasing: They're versatile, chic, and really no-brainer elements. The gingham patterns and floral feel are fresh in time for the season.