How to Create 2 Looks with 1 Mesh Dress

Creating two different looks with the exact same pieces, featuring a mesh dress by Saku.

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Through a fellow blogger friend, I met Korean designer Lissa Koo several months ago and learned about her label called Saku. Although her studio is based in New York, Lissa sources her inspiration from various cities and different cultures. You can often find classic styles with a bold twist from her collections.

In this post, I'm featuring a pink mesh dress designed by her in two different outfits. And I'm doing that only with one additional piece: a navy blue slip dress, which I've previously styled on the blog!

Mesh Out, Cami In

In order to show off Saku's piece, I wore the camisole dress underneath it and cinched the whole look with a pink obi belt. The belt helps to accentuate my waistline and elongate my bottom half. I didn't want the belt to steal the spotlight, so I went with one in a similar color tone. Then I completed the look with a straw hat and my current go-to handbag by British brand Danse Lente.

 
 Photos taken by  Ashley Gallerani .

Photos taken by Ashley Gallerani.

 
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Cami Out, Mesh In

And for the second look, I simply swapped the two dresses around, wearing them inside out! I love that the lace neckline details on the silk dress are now visible, adding another material to the mix. And because it is a more form-fitting dress, the outfit works without a belt. I accessorized the look with stacked bracelets from Kendra Scott and my pink box bag from Pop & Suki (you can use HAPPILYEVERSTYLE15 to get 15% off one purchase).

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Which look do you like more? Let me know by leaving a comment below! Thank you for reading!

Love, 

 
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Tricia Chen is co-founder of Key To Radiance. She loves having fresh flowers in her apartment, putting on face masks, savoring cupcakes and a daily cup of grande almond latte. She works in PR and Marketing, and is currently based in New York.

Skin Type: Combination skin with an oily T-zone area (forehead and nose). Changes in climate, diet and/or lack of sleep irritates skin and causes inflammation, which then leads to large pores. High moisture level required on dry cheeks.