OUTFIT: Flannel Dress Outfits, Goth Choker Necklace, Black Combat Boots, Womens Faux Leather Moto Jacket (does not need to be faux leather).
Flannel dress outfits offer you a stylish way to combat the cold. Since they’re ideal for fall and winter wear, they’ve become a staple in many women’s cold-weather wardrobes.
If you accessorize carefully, flannel dress outfits can be sexier than you’d ever imagine. Yukibomb shows you an example of how to make an ordinary flannel dress look extraordinarily playful and feminine.
Black Faux Leather Moto Jacket
The key here is to pair the dress with a piece that defines the waistline in a feminine way. Yukibomb’s choice of waist-definers is a womens faux leather moto jacket. This is preferable to accessorizing with a belt, which would distract from the graceful plaid print that makes this dress remarkable.
Yukibomb has further accessorized the ensemble with a fun, flirtatious hat and dark colored combat boots. A goth choker necklace can complete this look effortlessly.
Long Black Plaid Flannel Dress
In the coldest seasons of the year, it’s ideal to wear this type of dress exactly as Yukibomb is modeling it here. Keep in mind that when you buy a plaid flannel dress like this one, it is wearable all year long.
On warm spring days, you can skip the jacket. Just pair the dress with combat boots and a goth choker necklace. When those spring evenings turn chilly, then it’s time to grab a hat and faux leather moto jacket to stay warm.
Black Combat Boots
If you don’t already own a pair of classic combat boots like Yukibomb’s, you’ll definitely want to buy a pair of them. They’re one of the best possible investments you can make for creating a wardrobe that is edgy and fashionable yet comfortable.
Hair and Make-up
Your hair and makeup are two of the most important keys to making this sort of look work well for you. Red lips, dramatic black mascara and a loose, flowing hairstyle are feminine details that can keep the look from getting too boyish or masculine. Other than that, there’s no need to fuss too much over your face. You can dust lightly with powder, but keep the look natural and don’t overdo it.
If you tuck your hair underneath a fun hat like this one, you won’t have to spend as much time styling your hair. The hat frames your face and keeps your head warm.
Flannel Dress: Zara
Black Combat Boots: Aldo
Leather Moto Jacket: Nasty Gal
Photoshoot Location: Big Bear Lake
Hair Stylist & Colorist: JR D’angeles at Salon Republic on Sunset Blvd. Hollywood
- 11 Jun 2017
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