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Dress Styles You Can Wear To Work

by Anna P. | August 31st, 2012 | Accessories, Women's Fashion
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Looking for new dress styles to wear to work? We have three great choices you will want to shop for and add to your closet. These different styles are chic, simple, and versatile. You can wear them both inside and outside the office maximizing the wear of the garments. Check out how to wear them below.

1- Classic Sheath or Shift Dress

Simplicity is key to chic work style, and the classic sheath is one essential you don’t want to leave out of your work wardrobe. Choose a slimming style made from cotton or polyester in basic colors like grey, black, or brown. Pair your dress with a fitted blazer, and cinch it with a thin belt. You can also wear these dresses without jackets or with lightweight cardigans. Pair these shoes with Mary-Jane style heels or classic patent pointy-toed pumps.

Styles you’ll love: Julie Belted Sheath Dress $150.00 at Banana Republic, and Chetta B. Embellished Pleated Dress $89.60 at Lord & Taylor.

2- Printed Shirtdress

If you’re allowed to get away with the casual printed shirtdress, then by all means take advantage of it! Opt for dresses with smaller prints in muted shades and a slight fitted shape. Since these dresses are stylish enough to stand on their own, make sure you keep the rest of the look simple. Pair these dresses with either nude pumps or kitten heels and simple jewelry.

Styles you’ll love: Classic Knit Shirtdress $89.00 at The Limited, and  Split Neck Tab Sleeve Crepe Dress $29.94 at Old Navy.

3- Sleeveless Dress

Go sleeveless to show off your toned arms. The ideal sleeveless dress that’s also office-appropriate should feature a simple silhouette and special details like pleating or ruffles. Choose accessories that complement the dress and don’t compete with the garment. Think delicate metallic accessories, patent leather heels, or simple stud stone earrings.

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