One Piece Many Ways: My Oh-So-Popular Target Dress

Dress: Target (shop)

Yes, yes…you should know by now that I’m a major Target junkie and that this is one of my new favorite Target dresses.  And as I wrote about here, apparently I’m not the only one who likes this dress.  In fact, while I was at Target this week I saw yet another woman purchasing this dress.  Could I blame her?  Of course not.  But I do hope that I never run into her at a BBQ wearing it at the same time.

ANYWAY, since there’s a high probability that I could find myself surrounded by other Target-loving women who will be wearing this dress, I thought I’d offer some ideas on how it (or any other dress, really) can be worn in different ways.  Here are just a few of them!

The Looks

Look #1:  statement necklace + dressy heels
Where:  I would this to a nice dinner or maybe even to a semi-formal outdoor wedding.  I find myself at a lot of those here in San Diego…and everywhere else, actually.  We were invited to 13 weddings this year alone!

Look #2: belt over a cardigan
I wear almost any dress with tights + boots in the fall and the San Diego “winter.”  😛  A lot of different colored cardis would go with this dress.  Once I get my hands on a mustard cardi I’d do that with this dress for a funkier color combo.

I don’t work in an office, but sometimes I like to pretend I do.  🙂  When it’s one of those days, I’d try the cardi + belt with close-toed pumps.

I’d also wear the cardi + belt with flats.

Look #3:  flats + cropped jacket
This is a more casual look.  I like pairing this with colors that pop, like turquoise and yellow.

Look #4: belt + sandals
I love the ease of this neutral belt.  I’d really wear this anywhere in San Diego on a normal day-to-day basis.  Casual, yet easy and fuss-free.

There are so many possibilities!  A black button-up collared shirt with tights, pumps, and a belt.  Black peep-toe pumps, tights, and a black cropped jacket with some bling.  A blazer and heels for a classic look.  It seems endless.

And that is why this is a new favorite dress…even if a million women across America have it.  🙂

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