Tuesday, September 19

A step-by-step guide on how to style a green flare pleated dress

Buying your favorite dress is cool, but you know what is cooler: knowing how to style a dress. Knowing the right pair of shoes or accessories to pair with a dress would make the dress beautiful. If you style an outfit wrongly, you take away the beauty of that dress. Here is a step-by-step guide on how to style a green flare pleated dress.

Step 1: Start by selecting the right accessories. Following the design of your dress, pick the right accessories. Since my dress has a black and white stripe at the shoulder area, I wore pearl earrings. Keep the jewellery minimal and in silver or white gold tones to maintain a balanced color scheme. A delicate silver necklace or simple silver hoops would be a great choice.
Step 2: Choose a pair of black heels or flats. I chose black heels to match the black collar and belt of the dress. This will create a cohesive look. Silver heels are also a good choice because they also go so well with green dresses.

Step 3: Consider adding a black clutch or handbag to complete your outfit. This will further enhance the black accents of the dress. I added a black patent tote bag.

Step 4: Style your hair in a way that complements the dress. For a classic look, consider a sleek updo or a simple ponytail. If you prefer a more relaxed look, leave your hair down in loose waves or curls.

Step 5: Apply a natural-looking makeup look. To define your eyes, use mascara, a neutral eyeshadow palette, and, if you'd like, a black winged eyeliner. Finish with a light pink or nude lipstick after adding a hint of blush to your cheeks.

Step 7: When wearing the dress, make sure the pleats are well pressed and fall gracefully. Consider adding a petticoat underneath to enhance the flare of the dress.

Step 8: Put on the dress and adjust the black collar to sit properly on your shoulders. Ensure that the black and white stripe is centered and aligned.

Step 9: Place the black belt around your waist properly, cinching it to define your silhouette. Adjust the belt to your preferred tightness and make sure it sits securely on the dress.

Step 10: Slip on your chosen black heels or flats and grab your black clutch or handbag.

Step 11: Complete the look by adding minimal silver jewelry, such as a necklace or earrings.

Step 12: Take a final look in the mirror to ensure everything is in place and styled to your liking.

Now you're ready to confidently rock your green dress. By choosing accessories that incorporate black and white elements, I created a harmonious and put-together ensemble.
You can buy this dress from Rosewe use the code  “ KOL10 ” for 10% off over $49.


  1. Great tips! Styling a dress can truly make or break the look. Thanks for the step-by-step guide.

  2. What a stunning dress, Melody! You look beautiful in green and absolutely love how you styled this look. These are amazing tips, and I'm going to save them!!

    Hope you have a fantastic day! :)

    Make Life Marvelous

    1. Oh Ashly, glad to hear you love the tips. Thank you so much.

  3. Thank you for visiting 1 of my websites but unfortunately comments with links are not posted. But the dress is beautiful though I don't wear dresses myself.

  4. Great tips! This dress looks fab on you.

    Ashh | https://www.thatseptembermuse.com/

    1. Thank you Akanksha for your kind words.

  5. Wonderful dress!
    Best regards :)

  6. That dress - and you - are beautiful!
    Thanks for sharing at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2023/09/blooms-to-brighten-your-day.html

  7. This look is beautiful on you. You're a great stylist.

  8. A lovely dress.

    All the best Jan

  9. You look stunning Melody! Green really suits you xx

  10. What a pretty dress, Melody!
    You look stunning in green.

  11. Anonymous9/21/2023

    This is such a beautiful green color! I love how the tie on the dress matches the top.



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