Jul 27, 2017

Posted by in Dress for Success

Styling Tea Length Dresses

Tea length dresses can be just as foxy and stylish as minis!  With the right additions, you can achieve a look that is polished, modern, and adventurous!  Let’s see how these beauties wore theirs.

Photo Credit: Britta Loves Fashion

Kelly Rippa looks stunning!  Her floral, collared and bow-tied Gucci dress is made complete with red and teal high heel sandals.

Photo Credit: Anna Dello Russo

Anna Dello Russo channeled her inner hipster by pairing her stitched tea length Armani dress with a black choker and matching azure blue frames.

 Photo Credit: Street Trends

Giovanna Battaglia chose a mult-tone cross body bag to accent the paint like print of her floral dress topped off with yellow-tinted oversized shades.

 Photo Credit: Stylesight Worldwide

In her usual bold sense of style, Giovanna Battaglia opted for hard-hitting black and gold accents to elevate her casual tea length dress.  Gold chain, corset waist-belt, satchel and ankle strap heels.

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Aimee Song’s pleated Proenza Schouler dress is tempered with studded black heels and a biker style denim jacket.

 Photo Credit: Darja Barannik

This is a genius combination worn by Darja Barannik!  Perfectly matched tropical prints flow from her dress to her boots.  A similarly shaded, geometric print Chanel clutch balances the symmetry.

Photo Credit: Diane Von Furstenberg

Monotone lace up boots and a matching handbag give this ruched printed overlay dress by Diane Von Furstenberg major sex appeal.

Photo Credit: Marc Jacobs

Marc Jacobs collaborated evening and school wear to create this refreshing look!  Would you try a printed school bag and shades with an evening dress?

Photo Credit: Diane Von Furstenberg

This stripe print, long sleeve collared flare dress is harmonized by three creme studded add-ons: heels, a waist-belt and a shoulder bag.

Photo Credit: Stylesight Worldwide

Eleonora Carisi chose a whimsical, translucent high collar dress and matched it with equally luminous shades, but also a deeper hued chain purse, fully utilizing the color spectrum.

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A Gucci emblem belt and camel lace up boots propelled Hedvig Sagfjord Opshaug’s tea length dress to the next level of glam.

 Photo Credit: Diane Von Furstenberg

Chriselle Lim’s white embellished mules and sleek clutch paired perfectly with her Diane Von Furstenberg color block knit dress.

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Here’s another style option if you want to opt for white heels, this time they’re teamed with a blue and orange tea length wrap dress and chocolate shoulder bag.

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Chriselle Lim and Aimee Song both chose embroidered elongated dresses with prim nude heels and a small purse that accents one key flavor of their frock.

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The main difference here is that these two chose to match their printed dresses with equally ornate shoes and heels.  And do you see the matching doggies?!  Cute!

 Photo Credit: Covet

Natacha Steven chose black booties, a chromic purse and circle shades to amp up the edge on her Piamita NYC dress.

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Samantha Angelo of ‘The Eye Travels’ paired her safari print dress with a brown, braided belt, matching chain strap purse and trimmed circle shades.

Photo Credit: Stylesight Worldwide

Evangelie Smyrniotaki’s light turquoise clutch and gold pendant necklace add a cool touch to her sweeping floral print dress.

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Thigh high boots with an asymmetric hemline dress, or sweetheart neckline cut-out dress with barely high heel sandals…which one do you prefer?

 Photo Credit: Diane Von Furstenberg

Sofia Sanchez de Betak chose an exotic snake double sculpted cuff and necklace to match her two-tone tea length dress.

 Photo Credit: Instyle Magazine

A matching manicure is all Freida Pinto needed to complete the vivacious look of this lime green and violet Diane Von Furstenberg dress.

Photo Credit: Diane Von Furstenberg

What a beautiful stripe bias cut wrap dress in printed silk crepe!  All that’s needed are extravagant earrings and high heels that say you’re ready to dance!

Photo Credit: The Styleograph

A bohemian, banana yellow bell sleeve dress is given city girl vibes with black tights, botties and an eclectic embellished handbag.  I love it Maria Helena Bordon Meireles!

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