Boho Jovo: Three New Ways

When I first posted about the Jovovich-Hawk dress I bought at Target, I promised to style it a few different ways to show you how to get more mileage out of one piece. As promised, here are three ways I’ll wear this dress in the coming months:

For cooler spring weather, I’ll wear tights. This dress has so many colors in it that I can choose tights in maroon, orange, marigold, olive, brown, or cream. And as long as the ground stays dry, I can wear sandals. Open-toed shoes and tights don’t really go together—and that’s exactly why I like this combination. It’s a bit unexpected. I swapped out the olive belt for a brown one because I didn’t want to match my belt to my tights. This should look effortless, not planned.

spring dress

Dress: Jovovich-Hawk
Belt: Wet Seal
Tights: Hue
Sandals: Bamboo (via eBay)

For summer, this is going to be such a cool, comfortable dress. I can’t wait. I won’t need tights. (In case you’re wondering: No, I’m not wearing white tights. That’s just how pale my legs are!) I wore a bright skinny belt because it lightens up the outfit and will be more comfortable in the heat. I like wide belts, but they can get a bit restrictive.

summer dress

Belt: Express
Sandals: Payless

When fall hits, I’ll need tights again. Any of the aforementioned colors will do; I chose orange because it reminds me of autumn. I intentionally wore a brown belt a shade different than the brown boots. I admit: This has a bit of a swashbuckler feel to it. Ahoy maties! I will be sure to wear this on Dress Like a Pirate Day (or is that Talk Like a Pirate Day?).

fall dress

Belt: Thrifted
Tights: Hue
Boots: Bass

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One response to “Boho Jovo: Three New Ways

  1. Swashbuckle! Swashbuckle! You’re like Captain Jack Sparrow and Tinkerbelle and Maid Marion all wrapped in one! Love it.

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