With back to school comes back to work! What will you be wearing to the office to look professional and feel confident this fall? Here are some smart looking, office-ready dresses to get you off to a fresh start.
1. A New Twist
This classic V-neck printed jersey dress is modern, polished, and figure-flattering too. A waist-cinching twist makes you look slim through the middle and shows off your feminine curves. Wear this dress as is, or throw on a blazer for a boss babe look. Black pumps ground the dress and show off the elegant chain fence print.
2. Cozy Sweater Dress
As temperatures start to drop, you can stay cozy in this striking striped sweater dress. Most of the sweater dresses we’ve seen in the last few years have had hemlines above the knee or at the knee. Now midi sweater dresses are trending, and they look super chic.
Booties look great with sweater dresses because they are the right weight to work with knits. You can wear short booties with bare legs or try a midi sweater dress like with tights and with booties for a very cool look.
3. Green With Envy
Green can sometimes be as powerful as black or navy when it comes to office attire. For example, this scoop neck sheath dress in a gorgeous shade of deep forest green looks very commanding. Colorblocked panels of purple and black give this classic dress a stylish spin.
4. The Power Dress
When you walk into the boardroom wearing this crepe sheath dress, everyone will know that you’ll mean business. With elbow-length sleeves, a twisted keyhole neckline, and professional looking knee-length hem, this dress is the equivalent of a power suit.
5. That’s A Wrap!
I’m a big fan of wrap dresses. They flatter all figures and are incredibly versatile as they look great paired with booties or heels. This 3/4 sleeve printed wrap dress will take you from desk to dinner seamlessly.
6. Wow Them In White
Who says you can’t wear white after Labor Day? This colorblock sheath dress makes a smooth transition from summer to fall. On warm days, wear it as is, and on chilly days, throw on a black blazer for more coverage.
7. Classic Shirtdress
If you still haven’t quite warmed up to the idea of casual Fridays and wearing jeans to the office, then this classic shirtdress is for you. With short sleeves and a self-tying belt, this dress will fit right in days when the dress code is casual. Dress it up with some jewelry or scarf or jacket if you want more color or a different look.
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