Take Two: Re-Styling Holiday Dresses with The ModStylists

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When scoping out holiday dresses, do you ever find the perfect one, only to wonder where else you’d wear it? Are you ever struck with the dread of tucking that stunning number into the back of your closet, only to patiently wait for the next year to roll around?  Stop right there.

The ModStylists have swooped in with more of their outfitting vision, so you can refresh those special occasion centerpieces for just about anything on the agenda. Special thanks to our lovely Customer Care advocates for modeling these A+ ensembles!

Your ‘Vest’ Self

Pictured: New Orleans Nature Vest in Brown Herringbone, Rooftop Rendezvous Long Sleeve Dress, Sleek Chevron Pendant Necklace, Everywhere and Every Flair Flat in Burgundy Velvet 

As seen on Georgia, this elegantly-detailed black dress gets toned down for daytime with the addition of a neutral vest. Textures abound on this well-crafted ensemble, with the winning combo being menswear-inspired tweed atop the flowing chiffon fabric of the frock at hand. There’s nothing better than a one-step styling hack, and this outfit is proof!

Leverage Those Separates

Pictured: Long Sleeve Top with Trimmed Tie in Blush, Sleeveless Lace Fit and Flare Dress in Black, You Rock! Earrings, Carried With Care Purse, The Zest Is History Heel in Black

While blouses and slacks are a classic combo for work, the addition of a polished top beneath a sophisticated lace dress creates a new iconic pairing! Abby shows us how it’s done by sporting a blouse to match her frock’s lining, creating the illusion of an entirely new number. A contrast-hued top would work wonderfully here, too!

From Office to Opera

Pictured in Look 1: Classic Turtleneck Sweater, Banned The Era of Your Ways Sheath Dress in Emerald, Pendant Perfection Necklace. Pictured in Look 2: Velvet Bolero with Hood, The New Formal Necklace, Banned The Era of Your Ways Sheath Dress in Emerald, Banned High-Shine Profile Bag in Black, Chelsea Crew Strappy Tappin’ Mary Jane Heel

A vintage-inspired sheath dress serves as the foundation for these two diverse looks. Sam creates the illusion of a sweater-and-skirt set by layering a basic turtleneck over the bodice of this otherwise sultry number, resulting in a look that’s office-appropriate while still being packed with personality. Once night falls, she swaps out the pullover for a velvet bolero and a sparkling necklace to outline the sweetheart neckline of her theater-ready ensemble.

The ModStylists are always available to help resolve any fashion mishaps or questions you may have! Contact ’em here. Really, do it. They’re wardrobe wizards.

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About Savannah

If something's happening on stage, you can probably find Savannah there, from house shows and dramatic theater productions to faraway metal gigs and full-on festivals. Otherwise, she spends her days elbows-deep in carb-heavy meals, rattling about years spent overseas, and testing the creative limits of an all-black wardrobe.

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