Fall Outfit Idea: Black Faux Leather Dress

Today, on the blog, I am sharing how to style the latest black faux leather dress added to the wardrobe collection.

In case you missed yesterday’s blog post, I’ll link it here. (It contains the olive version of this exact faux leather dress.) On yesterday’s blog post, I answered the most common question, “What size did you order?” Long story short, I followed the sizing guide provided and thought it was pretty accurate.

The reason for this blog post is, I wanted to show you a different way to style the black version. And who doesn’t love black? Do you recall the principles I live by? When in doubt, wear black, eat chick-fil-a, and listen to Drake. This means, if you don’t know what to wear, just go with black. When you don’t know what to eat, eat chick-fil-a. When you don’t know what to listen to, play Drake.

Anyway, the versatility and fit is what I love most about the latest piece. You can style it up or down without any effort. For date night, throw on those nude (or baby pink heels). For happy hour with the friends, black faux leather leggings with black studded booties.

Photos by: Omar Lara

What are your thoughts? With or without leggings? By the way, I would only consider the leggings on a cold winter day – maybe in the fall. Other than that, you can find me in my pink heels, lol! Also, I would not be afraid to style this dress with my converse or “puffy’s” (aka my animal print sneakers). How cute would that be?!?

Don’t forget – if you plan to shop the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale, it ends this Sunday, Aug. 30th! To check out my picks, I’ll link this blog post. If you have any questions (or comments) about anything, please don’t hesitate to email me at mrsprofresh@gmail.com or DM me on Instagram.

Ps. For a closer look, I’ve pinned the try-on sessions to my highlights on Instagram 😉

One thought on “Fall Outfit Idea: Black Faux Leather Dress

  1. Not bad. The variant with leggings is more interesting to me; besides, they are material for the post themselves. I would just complement the neckline of the dress with a scarf – it would fill the place nicely and wrap the neck

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