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Styling Dresses For Work

Dress to impress at the office or on video in stylish work dresses that stun, because when you look good you feel good! Whether you’re working from home or on a hybrid schedule—a dress is a staple to incorporate into your workwear wardrobe. Choose from midi and shorter-length styles that come in flattering fabrications like mesh, chiffon, and crepe. Workwear is not all just neutrals—try incorporating prints like floral with your basic staples for work. Another fab option for workwear dresses is a ribbed knit midi dress that can be styled with a cropped blazer and mules for an effortless look. Not only are the styling possibilities endless with a midi dress they have so many benefits! They help elongate your figure and feature the perfect below-the-knee length that's office-appropriate. Create a professional vibe by layering a blazer over a sleeveless midi dress styled with heeled mules. Flaunt a floral midi dress layered with a cardigan and pumps for summer days spent in the office. You can never go wrong in knit or sweater dresses perfect for the nine to five and work events/parties! Windsor has a chic variety of knit midi dresses from everyday to dressy styles for indoor cocktail parties, seminars, and milestone events. Opt for a sleeveless knit midi dress styled with a Ponte jacket and dainty necklace perfect for outdoor networking events, retreats, and business lunches. Dress up lightweight woven dresses with statement necklaces and a breezy trench coat. Shop workwear dresses in different sleeve styles. For sleeveless dresses layer with a blazer or chiffon tie-front top to make it more work-friendly. Discover lightweight long sleeve dresses that are perfect to wear on those cooler summer days. This season look your best with workwear dresses that will have you ready for that promotion in no time!

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 ok to wear at work is to consult your employee handbook to gauge whether your outfit is in line 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 or err on the side of classic and accessible. 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. For example, it’s best to not have any spaghetti straps, strapless styles, or halter dresses without another layer. That’s where sweaters and blazers as a layering piece come in handy to make sure your dress is work-appropriate. In addition, you should also think about the length of your dress and how tight it is. If it seems more club appropriate than work appropriate, it’s best to leave it at home and reach for a classic shift dress instead. The bottom line is that you want to look professional in all that you do in your career or that part-time gig, and wearing a work-appropriate dress sends just that message.