The Sakura: 3 Ways to Wear an Infinity Dress as a Skirt
A couple weeks ago, Henkaa donated over 20 dresses to the Toronto Chapter of Dress for Success. Read more about Jo's Memorial Foundation and its mission here.
We were so excited to help some women with jump-starting their careers, that we decided to challenge ourselves to dress our best with our Henkaa dresses. We have plenty of photos of these dresses on bridesmaids. So, we thought that we should share three ways to wear an infinity dress as a skirt, and dress these up for work. Last week we shared four great ways to wear the Sakura Convertible Dress with a blazer and this week we have another styling tip to share. Read on to find out how our staff styled their dresses as skirts:
#1 Way to Wear an Infinity Dress as a Skirt: Tulip Skirt Style
Michelle is wearing a Sakura Navy Blue Midi Convertible Dress in a Tulip Skirt Style. Her skirt is worn over a Black Convertible Bandeau, topped with a white statement blazer and finished with some classic nude pumps. Scroll to the bottom of this post to see a demo on how Michelle wrapped her skirt.
#2 Way to Wear an Infinity Dress as a Skirt: Diem Skirt Style
Jeannie is wearing a Sakura Pure Ivory Midi Convertible Dress in the Diem Skirt Style. Paired with a matching white blazer, this cute skirt suit looks great with a casual grey tee and some major accessories.
#3 Way to Wear an Infinity Dress as a Skirt: Sandy Skirt Style
Angela is wearing a Sakura Navy Blue Midi Convertible Dress in the Sandy Skirt Style. This simple skirt style looks fab with a white tee and a blazer in classic business casual colors. Complete with black pumps and silver accessories, Angela’s ready to work.
Watch Michelle showing us how to wrap her skirt into the gorgeous tulip/pencil style here.
What do you think of our office-ready Henkaa looks? We’ll have some more looks to share in the coming weeks, so stay tuned for some everyday inspiration!
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This blog post was originally written by Gloria Chik.