How to make a $35 dress look like a million bucks…August 12, 2020
When I think about things I miss during these strange times, wandering around Target with a coffee while my kids are in school tops the list. With so many stores near me being closed, I find myself defaulting to good ol’ Target for easy clothes as well. Below is a round up of my favorite dresses under $50 and how to style them.
I love a bold color dress, especially in the summer. This yellow Universal Threads dress is literally a ray of sunshine. The fit is easy and the pockets are divine. I styled it with leopard sneaks (leopard is a neutral in my book!) and an equally bold lip. It comes in several different hues if yellow isn’t your jam.
Calling all 90’s babes with this modern take on the Brenda Walsh baby doll dress. A slip dress is super versatile- paired with flip flops for an easy casual look or heels for a more dressed up feel. It even layers well over a t-shirt or turtleneck. The color on this A New Day dress makes it feel way more luxe than it’s $25 price tag.
I am obsessed with the structured shoulders on this Prologue dress. They add edge and sophistication in addition to making your overall silhouette look more slender. The pockets are just icing on a very chic cake. I also am a big fan of headbands like this one by Aqua. They can camouflage grays, grease, roots.. you name it!
I have said it before and I will say it again, denim and leopard is my PB & J. There is no more natural pairing in my book. This Who, Who Wear acid wash shift dress is perfect for running around with your kids but still looking cool. Stylist tip, I hacked off the bottom three inches of this hem to give the dress a bit more shape.
Target adds styles daily, so you’re sure to hit a bullseye with these or any styles like them!
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