If you read my blog on a regular basis, you'd know that I'm always trying to add dresses to my wardrobe. For some strange reason I naturally steer away from dresses, which is totally bazaar being that I’m a complete girly girl. I think it’s the fact that dresses can be harder to make into a completely different outfit. I’m just a separates kind of girl. I like options! But I also love a challenge, so I’m getting creative with ways to wear dresses in order to justify adding more to the closet of doom (it’s just reeeeally full).
One of my favorite places to snag designer layering pieces at a fraction of the cost is T.J.Maxx. I know you guys have seen my overload of fabulous finds on instagram. News flash: they are killing it right now with designer goodies for fall! Perfect timing. Fall is the ultimate layering season. I mention layering because it’s a surefire way to mix up dresses. I’m talking chambray button downs as jackets, or worn underneath the dress (like I did this fabulous blouse from T.J.Maxx), blazers and belts, the list goes on and on. I’m constantly thinking of different outfit combinations in my head, even though some obviously do not translate in real life (don’t you hate that?). It’s all about trying it on. I know, trying on sucks. The next time you’re bored at night, get your behind off that couch and into your closet to make outfits. This goes for all types of layering! Fall is just the ultimate layering season.
Dress, Booties & Blouse via T.J.Maxx
Maybe you love dresses and buy zillions of them. Okay, that’s totally fine. Get outside your box and layer, too! If nothing else you'll have 5 more outfits… hello, I should not have to say anything about that. Golden!
Beauty products (makeup brush, eyelash curler, lip gloss) from T.J.Maxx
Expressing yourself through fashion, and knowing how to put together a great look—at great value, is what being a Maxxinista is all about. At T.J.Maxx you can score the unexpected to make your own personal style statement. Here’s to rockin’ your real deal.
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