Pleated Dress Styled for the Weekend

Our third January feature is this flowy, pleated dress in a rich, bold color. If you missed the introduction post, be sure to give it a read first; that’s where you’ll find sizing and brand-related details for those unfamiliar with the Rachel Parcell label.

Styling for the Weekend

Weekend style is all about comfort and ease. Insert a pair of worn-in ankle boots, and a favorite faux leather jacket. I would wear this for casual lunching or shopping on the weekend, or even a Friday night happy hour. It’s one of those looks that isn’t too much or too little–a nice in between, I’d say.

More ways to wear:

Pull out your favorite comfy pieces, and layer them on with this simple dress. Your accessories will turn this look into something completely new, so don’t be afraid to experiment. Here are a few ways I intend to wear this dress:

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Are you re-styling your old favorites? If so, share your photo on Instagram with hashtag #WKLoveYourCloset to show me how it’s going. Remember, we’re in this together.

Photos: Rose Colored Creative

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