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How To Get The Most Wear From Your Dresses

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How To Get The Most Wear From Your Dresses | Femme Connection

Maximising the use you get out of your clothes is essential to saving space in your closet. One of the best ways to get the most wear out of your pieces is to invest in dresses that can be worn on any occasion. Dresses are hugely versatile, and we find that many of our favourites can be styled casually, or for the office! Some of our favourite pieces have breezy hemlines, subtle prints, and great structure. See how we style them below.

Striped Shirt Dress

How To Get The Most Wear From Your Dresses - Striped Shirt Dress | Femme Connection

Without fail, the shirt dress is a piece you can wear with minimal styling to the office or on the weekend. The contrast between the structured top and the flowy bottom is very flattering and versatile, so you really can rock this dress on any occasion. For work, wear this dress with your favourite heels and blazer, while on the weekend wear with sneakers and a jacket!

Polka Dot Pleated Dress

How To Get The Most Wear From Your Dresses - Polka Dot Pleated Dress | Femme Connection

If you can wear something more whimsical to the office, the Polka Dot Pleated Dress has you covered. The fun dot pattern is youthful, but the cut and style ensures you look mature and conservative. The long sleeves are great for the cooler months and combined with the high neck are very flattering and demure. During the work week, pair with a cardigan or wrap to stay warm, and on the weekend, this dress looks awesome with some ankle boots!

Checked Tunic Dress

How To Get The Most Wear From Your Dresses - Checked Tunic Dress | Femme Connection

If you like to layer, this is the perfect option for the office! The checked tunic dress is a thick knit that embraces everyone’s favourite autumn trend, plaid. With a cute short sleeve, buttons, and a cowl style neck, this little number can be worn many ways. For the weekend, put on some leggings and a long-sleeved top for stylish comfort. For work, you can layer this tunic over a nicer pair of fitted black pants and put a blazer on top.