Styling A Blackmilk Clothing Skater Dress 3 Ways | Video Content

Styling A Blackmilk Clothing Skater Dress 3 Ways | Video Content | Life of Dahlia

In today’s post I’ll be sharing my first fashion styling video, If you have been following my blog for some time you may know that Blackmilk Clothing is one of my favourite brands, I love their aesthetic and they create comfortable clothing that looks good, so even on those days where your not into wearing jeans you can still pull together a nice outfit.

In the video below I share with you three ways to style one of their skater style dresses, I share both some jazzed up and everyday variations. The inspiration from these outfits could be taken and used to style whatever you have in your wardrobe so even if you haven’t got something similar you may be able to take inspiration and piece together something from what you already own. I mean just because we are all self-isolating right now doesn’t mean we can’t look nice, and give yourselves that extra energy to start our day by feeling good; So I hope this gives you some inspiration.

I actually filmed this video last year and was going to upload it to my IGTV Channel but I never got around to it, so this was filmed in our spring/summer period of 2019, but obviously in Australia we are now coming into our cooler seasons but I thought this might be inspiring for someone out there in the world so I thought that I might as well post it anyway.

How To Style A Skater Dress

For outfit one I was inspired by some of the styling from Blackmilks Essentials lookbook and I put my own twist on it with what I had in my wardrobe, so I wanted to give credit to them for that idea.

Find the IGTV Version of this video here.

Outfit Details

Dress: Red Tartan Reversible Skater Dress, Brand: Blackmilk Clothing (Purchased Second-hand)

Styling A Blackmilk Clothing Skater Dress 3 Ways | Video Content | Life of Dahlia
Look inspired by styling from Blackmilks Essentials lookbook .

Look 1

Look inspired by styling from Blackmilks Essentials lookbook .

Top: Sheer High Neck Long Sleeve Top, Brand: Blackmilk Clothing

Tights: Sports Stripe Mock Hold Up Fishnet Tights, Brand: Boohoo.com

Shoes: Ankle Boot with Zipper, Brand: Ruby Shoes

Accessories:

Belt: Supre (Purchased Second-hand)

Other accessories brands unknown

Styling A Blackmilk Clothing Skater Dress 3 Ways | Video Content | Life of Dahlia

Look 2

T-shirt: Halestorm Vicious Album Band Tee

Jacket: Rolling Stones licensed Demin Jacket with Patches,purchased from Big W, Stay Weird patch by jubly-umph.com

Shoes: Vintage Doc Marten’s (Purchased Second-hand)

Styling A Blackmilk Clothing Skater Dress 3 Ways | Video Content | Life of Dahlia

Look 3

Net Shirt: Brand Unknown (Purchased Second-hand)

Necklace: Brand Unknown

Shoes: Vegan Velvet Creepers, Brand: TUK Australia


I hope this post gave you some ideas on how to style your own outfits, if you would like to see more outfit styling videos, let me know in the comments.

Sending you all love and kindness in this challenging time,

Until next time, I hope you have a lovely day.


Disclaimer – This post is not sponsored and doesn’t contain any affiliate links, links included are for reference only in case your interest in checking out anything mentioned in this post. Read full Disclaimer here.

Credits:

Look 1 inspired by styling from Blackmilks Essentials lookbook .

Music Credits: Role Player by Au.Ra sourced from the Youtube Library.


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