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A Skater Dress in Winter? ABSOLUTELY!

When you think of winter fashion, what comes to mind? Most people think, sweater weather. But, just because it’s cold out doesn’t mean you need to stick to a wardrobe of sweaters, leggings and boots.  One of my favorite things about fashion is being able to transition pieces from season to season.  The skater dress might seem like an unlikely option for cold weather attire but with some careful styling and layering, it’s a great transitional piece.

The skater dress is easy to wear and I personally think it looks flattering on all different body types. This style is very versatile and can be made casual or dressy depending on the look you are going for. The Sera Lace Skater Dress from Tobi is one of my favorite transitional pieces. Add a pair of stilettos and a statement necklace and you’re ready for a holiday party or night out with the girls. This dress comes in a rich Merlot color which makes it perfect to carry with you from summer all the way into winter. The color not only transitions well throughout the seasons, but it compliments just about any skin tone and hair color. The Sera Lace Skater Dress is truly super easy to style for the colder months.

The plunging neckline and lace detail give this skater dress from Tobi a sexy feel, so I styled it with a white, faux fur vest and black ankle booties for a more casual look. The rich Merlot color really pops against the white and I just love the layered textures of the lace detail in the dress against the fur.

Because the neckline showcases so much of the chest and neck, I layered a dainty gold necklace from Christine Elizabeth Jewelry and a plum colored choker.


Want to get the look? Visit TOBI


Style is a way to say who you are without having to speak ~Rachel Zoe


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