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Tips on Wearing the Embroidered Trend

Happy Monday Friends

I hope you enjoyed your weekend. We did go to a Dog and Drinks event at Raylen Vineayards and I’ll talk about that more tomorrow. Ive posted my favorite spring dress on the blog below with its delicate embroidery as I fall for this Spring trend. I do remember growing up seeing the Tamburitzans, a Ukrainian Dance company, with intricate embroidered dance outfits and being quite taken with them.

Growing up- I remember the Tamurizans- a Ukranian Dance group and their embroidered outifts.

Im thinking that the delicacy and intricate nature of the embroidered look is what strikes me. This was another dress I picked up from ASOS. Because of the feminine nature of the dress, I decided to add a biker moto jacket to the look for a bit of edge. The pearl Betsey Johsnon sandals brought out the pale pink color, along with the dangling ball drop earrings.

If you are not one to wear shorter dresses, a solution with this dress would be to buy a longer slip dress underneath.  The slip dress would not have to be black, as there are many colors in the dress that you could bring out with this look.  You could also choose to wear a black  lace extender ( and here) if you wanted to add that element to a shorter dress. There are also plenty of longer dress options. Love these- dress, dress

Dress by ASOS. One of my favorite spring dresses. I love the delicate embroidery on this dress. The embroidered sheath is separate, so it can be styled in other ways.

Tunic by Kiki- I paired this with some off white ponte pants. You could pair this top with skinny jeans, a colored slim pant or jean would look great with this as well, just make sure the bottoms are a slim cut so that the outfit is balanced.

If you are wearing embroidery, keep some of the other items worn simple- you don’t have to wear a lot of jewelry as the embroidery keeps the eye entertained 🙂

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How do you wear the embroidery trend? Have you added any items to your spring wardrobe?

Love this top

Have a great day

JESS xo

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17 Comments
  • Heather Lord
    Posted at 03:37h, 15 May Reply

    Sooooo pretty, Jess. I love it!

    • Jess Jannenga
      Posted at 09:28h, 15 May Reply

      Thank you Heather! I love it too, fits my style 🙂 xx

  • Nicole Mölders (@HighLatitudeSty)
    Posted at 23:22h, 12 May Reply

    I think the embroidery trend is made for you. You are the romantic woman type and rock it excellently. It is a second you. Thanks for linking up to Top of the World Style.

    • Jess Jannenga
      Posted at 09:30h, 13 May Reply

      Thank you Nicole! I do love the embroidery! I appreciate the lovely compliment! xx

  • thestylesplash
    Posted at 14:23h, 09 May Reply

    Beautiful dresses! I love the embroidery trend – I recently bought some red embroidered mules from M&S and I have my eye on a few other things. Your legs look so long in those tan boots! Thanks for linking up 🙂

    Emma xxx
    http://www.style-splash.com

    • Jessica
      Posted at 15:00h, 09 May Reply

      Thank you Emma! I have a love for dresses as you know and it took me awhile to find these on Asos. I’ve had them for several months. Oh, your red shoes sound awesome! Xx

  • Perdita
    Posted at 07:38h, 09 May Reply

    Yes I definitely agree about embroidery being a good option to pair with something quite bold like leather or denim. I love that style!

    • Jess Jannenga
      Posted at 10:14h, 09 May Reply

      Thank you Perdita! Im enjoying wearing embroidered items and love the moto with the femininity of the embroidery

  • jacqui
    Posted at 14:48h, 08 May Reply

    Amazing dresses, looking absolutely fab on you Jess. Jacqui
    http://www.mummabstylish.com

    • Jess Jannenga
      Posted at 14:56h, 08 May Reply

      Thank you Jacqui you know I am a dress kind of girl! xx

  • Patti
    Posted at 13:54h, 08 May Reply

    These looks are fabulous – you have the style that really flourishes with embroidery, IMHO. Thanks so much for linking up, dear Jess. xo

    -Patti
    http://notdeadyetstyle.com

    • Jess Jannenga
      Posted at 13:57h, 08 May Reply

      Thank you Patti! I do enjoy wearing some beautifully emboidered garments. 🙂 xx

  • Is This Mutton?
    Posted at 11:50h, 08 May Reply

    You’re rocking the embroidery trend. Great combo of feminine and tough! Love the embellished heels too.

    • Jess Jannenga
      Posted at 13:51h, 08 May Reply

      Hi Gail! I just love the detail of the embroidery and how pretty it looks. So glad you like the look, moto jackets are a great pair with florals 🙂 xx

  • Dora Toubanaki
    Posted at 11:29h, 08 May Reply

    I love the looks! Such strong accessorizing!
    Dora xx http://www.bangsbang.com
    https://www.instagram.com/doratoubanaki/?hl=en

  • robjodiefilogomo
    Posted at 09:06h, 08 May Reply

    Jess!! I’m in love with the opposites here!! The masculine leather jacket and the feminine embroidery!! It’s a match made in heaven!
    Jodie
    http://www.jtouchofstyle.com

    • Jess Jannenga
      Posted at 13:52h, 08 May Reply

      Thank you Jodie! I too feel that there isnt much need for jewelry as the embroidery captures the eye! So glad you like the look! 🙂 xx

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