I always love doing my “Making the Most of Your Wardrobe” post, because I love sharing how I accessorize my clothes. My closet is full of simple clothing pieces that can be re-worn over and over again, I just accessorize it a little differently each time. I feel like this is the practical way to make the most of your clothing.
I bought this simple stripe racerback dress at Walmart back in August (similar here here and here). Every August, I go get my school supplies at Walmart and I can never help myself but to take a quick peek at the clothes. I found that a lot of their junior summer clothes were on clearance for really low prices between $1-$5. I stumbled upon this little dress and couldn’t reset it. It was only $5. As I’m sure you can tell, I have a bit of an obsession with stripe patterns, especially black and white stripes. I just find stripes to be so classic and simple to accessorize.
Here are some ways that I’ve worn this little dress.
This first look is my favorite! I wore my black blazer from Forever 21 (similar), my new turquoise pendant necklace from Nordstrom Rack (similar), my nude flats from Target (exact) and my cross over blush purse from Ross (similar).
This is a perfect weekend look. I wore the denim jacket that I bought a couple summers ago while grocery shopping at Meijer (similar), my white sandals from Target (exact), a coral statement necklace from Charming Charlie (similar) and my coral Coach purse.
This is a great transitional fall look, perfect for the Las Vegas fall temperatures. I wore my long cardigan from H&M (similar), my gold pendant necklace from Burlington Coat Factory (similar) and my new ankle boots also from Burlington Coat Factory (similar).
For this last look, I really love wearing sneakers with a dress. It just helps to dress it down and give it a casual look. I wore my same denim jacket as above, with a simple long silver necklace (I’ve had this one so long I can’t remember where I bought it.) and my pink sneakers from Target (similar).
This dress has quickly become one of my favorite dresses. I love how a little $5 purchase can add so much to your wardrobe. Look for more posts like this, because I have a lot more closet favorites that I would love to share!