Wearing this dress on a day where I went to Odaiba probably wasn’t the best thing to wear. The wind was making it quite difficult to walk without fixing my dress every minute. I also didn’t realize how sheer this dress actually is until I was editing these photos. Other than that, I think that this dress is a really versatile piece because you can wear it casually like how I did, and also dress it up without a tee under and accessorizing it with a statement necklace. Since it’s super sheer and flowy, it’s nice to wear on a hot summer day since the thin material lets all the wind in. As you can tell, I’m wearing two different shoes in this post. That’s because I was wearing my mules at first, but my feet hurt after walking around so much that I decided to swap them out for my trusty Birkenstocks. At the end of the way the dress was too much of a hassle to deal with so I tied the ends of the dress so that I wouldn’t have to fix it every 5 minutes. I was actually pleased with how it looked! That’s definitely something you should try doing if your maxi dress is getting in your way when you’re walking around.