Styling Notes: Nations Outfitters
If you know me then you know I LOVE dresses, like seriously could only wear dresses for the rest of my life. So when one of my fabulous Style Coaching clients gifted me one of her own designs I was ecstatic to style it! And I invited my style maven sister to style another one of my client’s Nations Outfitters dresses too!
I am wearing the Candy dress by Nations Outfitters styled with Maison Martin Margiela sandals, stacked wooden, woven, & bone bracelets, vintage red Prada bucket bag, and Bottega Veneta sunglasses.
Styling Notes: When wearing a fitted sheath dress accentuate your natural waist (aka the smallest area of your waist, usually beneath your ribcage) to give yourself a nice shape. With such a bold pattern, opt for natural accessories like wood, bone, or anything neutral to balance out our look, and some Brisbane gemstone rings to give you a nice ‘effortless’ vibe.
Chelsey wore her new Nations Outfitters tie dye dress at dinner at Little Savannah last week so I snapped a few photos with my iPhone (hence the subpar quality). She styled the dress with Dolce Vita wedges, a J.Crew white sweater, H&M brown leather skinny belt, and gold monogrammed necklace from Barton Clay Jewelers.
Styling Notes: When wearing a cardigan over an A-line dress, try belting your natural waist with a skinny belt to give you shape beneath your more ‘flowy’ cardigan. With such a bold print, keep your accessories to a minimum by wearing a simple charm necklace/earring OR if you love a funkier look, sport 1 statement custom 3 stone engagement ring or necklace.
A little about Nations Outfitters….
The company was created as a means of spreading love, peace, and joy through acts of kindness and service, because “we all have to wear clothing, but it’s what you do in your clothes that makes you beautiful”. Pretty great mission, right?! Nations donates 5% of sales to Habitat for Humanity to bring housing to those in need. The Nations collection not only supports a great cause, it also comes at a great price AND is made in the U.S.A! I feel it is very rare nowadays to find a skirt, dress, or top for less than $100 that isn’t made overseas.
Hope you enjoyed our stylings! Happy Monday!
Yours in Style,