Today on the blog, I’m featuring two shift dresses with bold geometric prints that evoke vibes of different decades.
|Dress: LOFT Petites (Available here)|
The first look features a 1920s Deco print dress in a super comfortable knit fabric that has a 60s look and feel.
I threw on a belt and added a blazer to create more structure.
|Blazer: Eloquii (Available here)
Necklace: LOFT (Available here)
It was raining while I took these photos, so please disregard the rain drops on my clothes. 🙂
I’m looking for a chartreuse cardigan to match the print in the dress, but in the meantime, I also like the all black look.
|Boots: Target (old)|
|Bracelet: NY&CO (Available here)
For the second look, I played with the 70s trend a bit with this plum, rust, and caramel printed dress.
|Dress: The Limited|
A rust cardigan added a little warmth and a slightly unexpected autumnal color mix.
|Cardigan: LOFT (Available here)|
I finished the look with a vintage purse clutch to maintain the subtle retro vibe.
Earrings: The Limited
Purse: Loeffler Randall for Target (old)
Which look do you prefer? How do you add prints into your office looks?