What I Wore: One Dress, At Least Two Ways

I find I’m wearing this simple black linen dress from GAP (similar) a couple of times a week. I wear it on its own for casual days, and with a topper for the office. I wash it by hand and let it drip-dry and get just a few linen-quality wrinkles.

Today’s topper is a cool zebra blouse, thrifted at Monk‘s in Greenwich Village. Also wearing my vintage tassel necklace from Molly Mutt and gifted sandals from a fab company that’s now out of business, too bad.

Are you mixing up your casual summer dresses for work-wear too?

Office-worthy, with shoulders covered.
The dress worn solo in Greenwich Village last May.

Have a super day and stay fabulous,

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  1. Always handy a versatile piece in your wardrobe. You look gorgeous in your dress Patti. A lovely weekend

    Joly Look

  2. Very chic! I love a piece that can be changed with additions and subtractions. It seems that every season I have my favorites, based on changing tastes and new experiments. Your hair is looking fabulous!

  3. You look gorgeous in casual and workwear style. I love how the zebra top gives it a little zing that office wear often lacks. XO JJ

  4. I'm all for natural fibers! And can I just say that you look gorgeous Patti! I know I always thank you for being the consummate host for Visible Mondays, but I always smile when I see you showing up in my bloglovin' roll. Thanks for being You!

  5. So versatile – what a great investment piece! I love those sandals you're wearing in the NY photo.

  6. Zebra print always looks so fresh! I love linen, wrinkles and rumples and all.

  7. Chic and cheerful, Patti, as you always are! The zebra stripes really add some pzazz, but yes, office-worthy and elegant. Love those sandals. xxx

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