Three Days, Three Events: Three Ways to Wear The Pink Armoire

Posted on June 02, 2014 by Cate Jensen


As a girl who just graduated college myself, I have a hard time thinking of how to transfer my closet full of days of tailgating and sorority formals to a wardrobe appropriate for interviews, work and weddings. The Pink Armoire line offers wallet-friendly prices for a younger post-grad on the go. The Stripe Eyelet Dress is a versatile yet stylish piece to have in your repertoire for the first few months of this new chapter in our lives. Here are three ways to style this adorable summer dress for three separate occasions.
With a summer full of job interviews and new career endeavors finding the right kind of clothes to wear, whether it be a networking event or just a day at the office, can be a challenge. But with the help of The Pink Armoire, it is made effortless. Here the Stripe Eyelet Dress, paired with the Two Button Blazer in royal blue along with the Dream Disc Necklace in white and finally the Darci Heel in black, creates an impeccable outfit for the young professional.
Date Night 
While some of us may still have beaus from college, us other post-grads are looking for new love, perhaps potentially in a new city. Finding the right outfit for a first impression can be difficult. Again, taking the Stripe Eyelet Dress, but this time paired with the Chain Link Bracelet, Diamond Drome Earrings both in gold, and Going Out Clutch in cobalt, forms the ultimate ensemble for your first date or just a night out on the town with your significant other.
Summer is wedding season, plain and simple. And as many of us graduate into the real world, we attend more nuptials as the year goes on. If you are trying to keep it wallet-friendly, The Pink Armoire makes it simple for a girl with a busy schedule of weddings ahead of her. Along with the Pearls Necklace, The Stripe Eyelet Dress is picture-perfect.
So whatever your needs might be, The Pink Armoire is sure to give you some excellent and stylish options for all your summer essentials.
By Cate Jensen, The Pink Armoire Intern
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