Dressing Lady-Like! Collaboration with Robin Van Crabb

4/13/2015

Today, I'm excited to say, I'll be collaborating with the ever so lovely Robin Van Crabb!
You may already know her from her blog Dress Decoded or her Instagram handle @robinvancrabb.
Every outfit she posts is absolutely elegant and timeless, so who better to collaborate with on a post about dressing lady-like? Robin's blog is also a wonderful resource to go to for smart and beautifully done "how-to"s for dressing on every occasion! 


There's nothing like a classic lady-like outfit. During the week my outfits lean more towards casual simplicity due to a busy schedule. On the weekends, however, I get the chance to dress up and wear pieces that don't get as much attention during the week.


Pearls.
There is no better piece of a jewelry than a strand of pearls, in my opinion. An outfit can go from nice to elegant just by adding a strand or two around the neck and one or a few on your wrist.


A silk scarf.
It's always fun to find a new way to wear a silk scarf. Wearing it around your neck is classic, but in the warmer seasons I love using them as headbands or as belts tied with a little bow in the back.


Cardigans.
I say you can never have enough! Having a beautiful knit cardigan draping elegantly over your shoulders is so simple, but turns a simple dress and heels into a lady-like ensemble. They're lightweight and add a touch of modesty to your outfit.


Flattering shades such as navy and baby pink.
Navy is a classic color and one of the easiest to wear. Sometimes it can be very bold. Baby pink adds a softness and femininity. The two go together beautifully.

I hope you all have found my rules/advice for dressing more lady-like both helpful and fun!
See how Robin paired similar pieces:


Head on over to www.thedressdecoded.com to see Robin's rules on dressing lady-like, and definitely follow her on Instagram, you wont be disappointed!

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4 comments

  1. I'm loving both of these looks! Classic and chic!

    xx
    Lauren Elizabeth
    Petite in Pearls

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  2. i love the cardigan/shoulders thing but my cardi always slides off when i move. any tips?

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  3. i love the cardigan/shoulders thing but my cardi always slides off when i move. any tips?

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