Dresses for the Work Place
You need to wear something for the office so why not delve into one of these dresses and look great whilst at work.
Contrast Collar Dress
Even if fashion is not important at the office you are still able to sneak in some fashion with a knee length skirt, high collar and layered top like the one from ASOS.
The Bias Drape Dress
The form fitting gathered bias dress looks sleek whilst an asymmetry hem will make the dress a little more interesting than the usual skirt suit. Have a look at this style dress at H&M.
The Belted Dress
Find a belted dress that has decorative pleats, with a skinny belt and a squared neckline like the one from Mango. This will look amazing with solid coloured kitten heels and a camel coat that will give the look a polished finish.
The Midi Dress
A midi dress that has a subtle paneling, is knee length and a scoop neck like the Reiss one, will create a sophisticated office uniform that will look best with minimal accessories and neutral makeup. With a dress like this you can pair it with charcoal gray tights and a slim belt.
Little Black Dress
You can get away with the little black dress at work if you do it right. You can opt for one that has satin lapels and a double breasted front like the one from H&M or one that has a subtle paneling and a rib trim neckline like the one from Whistles. These will look sophisticated.
The Pullover Dress
If you are looking for a dress that is comfortable but still on trend then a pull over dress like the one from J. Crew that is flame red with zippers will do just that.
You can pull off appropriate with a mini that can be paired with opaque tights and colourful stacked flats.
The Asymmetric Dress
Asymmetric dresses that have a hidden pleated skirt and wrap detailing, like the one from Topshop will feel more fashionable then the classic little black dress. You can pair this dress with classic pumps or boots.