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One dress...three styles X NICCELONDON

Hey all! What's going on? Hope you're having a fab day?
So I've had an opportunity to work with one of UK's best brands, NICCELONDONNicce Clothing is a clean contemporary casual and streetwear brand known around the world for its simplicity and urban vibe. I'm gonna be styling a little black bodycon dress in three ways and if you're interested, please keep on reading. 


   I have come up with three different ways to style this dress in a way that it appeals to the fall season. What I did most with this is by 'layering' but still looking as chic and stylish as possible.

   My first idea was by layering the dress with a very cute flared sleeve turtleneck jumper and a pair of block-heeled courts. This outfit can be worn for a casual day/evening out and on a cold night, just a pair of tights can be worn to feel a little bit warmer. Accessorise a little and you are good to go!

Wanna look bad & boujee? Why not lose the jumper, add a fur coat/jacket, lose the courts and add your knee-high sandals for a fanciful night out or even a dinner date. This outfit is so effortless, you don't have to try too hard and for someone who isn't really into little dresses, this is quite a good look. And OH did I mention that you can wear this dress either crossed back or crossed front? Yes you cannn...

Finally, for an easy, simple look, I styled the dress with a velvet biker jacket and a pair of sock booties. This is an outfit that I can wear out shopping or just for lunch or drinks with the girls. I like the fact that it is effortless and simple and I could easily pass for not being underdressed.


In general, I love this dress because it is simple but stylish and the stretchy material makes it easy to work with and it brings out my shape properly. My advice though is that if you wear a size6/8, go for the S rather than the XS as they run small.
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