If you are familiar with ‘I have nothing to wear!’ and have been standing in front of your closet for hours wondering what you should wear for your next date or any plans, do not worry. You probably have everything you need, and the next step you have to do is think differently. Consider turning your old batik dress in Singapore into something else.
Below are some different ways to wear your midi dress in Singapore.
TURN IT INTO A FORM-FITTING
Even though a batik dress should be straight and flowy, turning it into a form-fitting one allows you to show off your curves. At the same time, you will look classier, oozing with sophisticated confidence like Audrey Hepburn.
ADD TIGHTS OR LEGGINGS
Consider doing this trick if you want to go abroad. Wearing a maxi dress in Singapore with tights or leggings is nothing you should be ashamed of since that is in fashion. Plus, you will not freeze out, especially when it rains or snows.
WRAP A BELT TO CINCH THE WAIST
A batik shop in Singapore might display their clothing as it is, but you can leverage a batik dress by wrapping a belt. Doing so will help cinch the waist and highlight your curves.
LAYER A CLOTHING UNDERNEATH
Another thing you can do is to add a layer of clothing underneath, like a shirt or long sleeves. This kind of style will help keep you warm and more stylish.
TRY A SWEATER OVER A BATIK DRESS
If you are too lazy to change your linen night dress in Singapore as soon as you wake up but want to eat breakfast outside, try this trick. Now look in the mirror—you will see that your dress has become a skirt.
Go to Anmako Singapore if you are looking for an affordable but stylish dress for your next OOTD.