Creating your own unique style is important not only for defining yourself but for expressing your individuality as well. Sure, you could take the easy route and follow the crowd but what fun is that? Putting your own twist on traditional styles is fun and easy if you’re willing to experiment.
Tea dresses were originally worn for ‘Sunday’s best;’ elegant gatherings, high noon tea and upscale events. However, nowadays tea dresses are commonplace in casual every day wear for women. They can be worn in a number of ways and come in a variety of patterns and designs. I absolutely love this Warehouse tea dress with its sweetheart neckline, pretty polka dot lace and unique pattern. Not only is it incredibly flattering with a gathered waist and formfitting look, it’s comfortable, versatile and perfect for slipping on and looking gorgeous in a matter of minutes.
Here’s where the fun comes in; instead of pairing your dress with heels, sandals or traditional style boots, slip into a pair of leather slouch boots in a cowgirl style. These Western style leather boots are fashion statement shoes that will turn your average outfit into one that turns heads no matter where you go. The soft leather is incredibly beautiful, elegant and bold—perfect for the girl who rocks her individuality! Not only will these boots add an edgy chic twist to your dainty look, they’ll provide that urban vibe everyone tries so hard to achieve.
With this outfit all you need is a simple leather bag to really set off your boots. Fossil bags, such as this carpenter bag, are ideal for bag lovers like me. Made with exceptional quality and unique styling this bag is the perfect accessory to give your appearance that rugged vintage feel. The boots combined with the bag are going to make your traditional tea dress stand out from the crowd in a way that exudes your own style and unique fashion sense. Walk with your head held high!
Did You Know?
The largest gathering of cupids consisted of 199 participants and was organised by Coordinadora de Penas de Valladolid on the set of ‘Guinness World Records’, in Madrid, Spain, on 23 January 2009.