5 Ways to Style Leg Split Dresses!

By Aisha Sini // @aishasini

Ever look at your wardrobe (or floordrobe) and feel like you have literally nothing to wear?! A new trend has just dropped, and we think it’s the perfect opportunity to inject some fun new pieces into your life! If you love a good dress, want to show off your #legsfordays, and need some style inspo, we’ve got you covered, cutie!

It’s always a hassle trying to find that cute-casual-comfy outfit for serving looks and reading books all day. Luckily, a sweet little sundress with a cheeky leg slit is perfect for wandering around campus with a cappuccino. We love the Jordyn Dress in Sage, paired with white sneakers, a silk scarf in your hair, and a messy bun!

Whether it’s cocktails with the girls or you’ve got a hot date planned, the Freya Dress White will rock the room! This one-shoulder wonder features a classy little leg slit, perfect for showing off those long limbs. Bonus, the white makes your tan pop!

All week we look forward to almond lattés, eggs benny, and a good gossip with the girls! Be the cutie of the café this brunch with the Jordana Dress White Floral! The delicate spaghetti straps and blushing floral print are exactly the girlie vibes you need. For a nostalgic touch, add some trendy hair clips and barrettes!

We love how versatile this leg-slit trend is! Play around with length and texture with the Shallow Dress White. With sandals, boots or sneakers, this dreamy number is perfect for your next festival or beach day!

The best part of any party is getting to dress up, but the worst part of a party is deciding what to wear! Check out the What If Dress Navy for a sophisticated take on the leg slit trend. Pair with strappy heels and a statement bag for maximum impact!  

Heading to GTM? You’re gonna need a a killer outfit! Check out our style guide for the hottest outfits this Groovin’ the Moo!

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