Spring Workwear Dresses As Versatile as You
Shop at Windsor this spring season to find chic workwear dresses that will elevate your outfits! Discover midi dresses, long sleeve dresses, maxis, and bodycons that are perfect for achieving that sophisticated and stylish look. Check out dresses with high round necklines, trendy square necklines, wrap-fronts, or V necklines. Shop on-trend dresses for the season in cool plaid prints or neutral, light, or pastel colors. You will stun in knit dresses with ruched details, on-trend drawstrings, and form-hugging silhouettes. Complete your work dress look with a cropped blazer and heeled mules. For a sweeter style, shop a skater dress with a tie-front accent, or go for a collared short sleeve dress for a preppy vibe. If you want a more modest look, explore classic midi dresses for work that are flattering and let you style to achieve your perfect professional look. You'll look gorgeous in sleeveless midi dresses or long-sleeved bodycon dresses. Style up a scoop neck midi dress that has a variety of hues to choose from. Pair this dress with a boyfriend blazer and heels. For a longer silhouette, let the season inspire you and add a floral printed flowy maxi dress to your cart. Pair this beautiful dress with a classic denim jacket for casual days at the office. Shop work dresses from Windsor that you can pair with your workwear blazers and shoes to get a sophisticated look for spring.
How can I style a dress for work?
You can style your work dresses with layers, statement and minimal jewelry, and chic footwear. Starting with layers, you can layer your workwear dress with structured or boyfriend blazers to elevate your business casual look. You can style your blazer by rolling the sleeves up to a quarter length, then adorn your look with dainty chain link bracelets. For your sleeveless dresses that may not be work-appropriate when worn alone, you can style these dresses with long sleeve tops or collared blouses underneath to refresh your sleeveless dresses for work. Another chic layering option could be styling your tie-front tops over your sleeveless or strapless dresses. Be sure to choose a pattern that compliments your dress. Avoid clashing by pairing prints with muted colors to create a seamless contrast that goes together. Be sure to add accessories like statement necklaces, dainty chain-link necklaces, versatile hoops, and studs that elevate your workwear outfits. For your footwear, you can style your dress with sturdy mules, block heels, or ankle booties that are comfortable enough to wear all day but give your dresses a stylish feel—avoid wedges and sandals that may be deemed too casual for the workplace.
How do I know if my dress is ok to wear at work?
The best way to know if your dress is appropriate for work is to consult your employee handbook to gauge whether your outfit is inline with the dress code. Now if your handbook isn’t explicitly clear on dress code, a good rule of thumb would be to dress business casual. Now there are a few tips to avoid a wardrobe mishap. Avoid dresses that would be better suited for the club, meaning avoid dresses that have necklines that are too low, hems that are too short, and dresses that are overly sparkly. Instead choose necklines like crew, boat neck, square, and/or a shallow V-neckline. For the fabrication choose dresses that come in durable fabrications like ribbed knit, Ponte knit, and crepe—avoid sheer fabrics that can reveal more than you’d like to at work. You’ll know if your dress is appropriate for work if it sends the message that you’re professional and not that you’re getting ready to head out to a party.