Written by Nadia

While everyone cannot deny that we love affordable fashion, there is a category of fashion items that are most worthy of investment.

Spending a little more on staple items that are timeless and adaptable will ensure that your wardrobe is ready for years to come. One of those items are Dresses. Not only do Dresses make thinking of what to wear a whole lot easier (Undress – Put it on – Zip it up – Go!), it also makes someone feel and act differently.

As Victoria Beckham put it: “I find that even the simplest of dresses, if it has the correct seaming and the correct fabric, whatever shape or size you are, it can change the way you hold yourself.”

So how do I find the right dress for me? We have gathered 3 dress styles that are great for both layering and wearing as is: Office, Wrap and Maxi. After all, if you have a well-fitted dress, a dress to flatter your curves and a comfortable maxi, what more could you want?

Well-fitted Office Dress

Find more well-fitted dresses you’ll get more wear out of here.

Wrap Dress

Don’t be afraid to layer up – a wrap dress under a sweater can look interesting, and like a beautiful skirt.

Loose fit Maxi Dress

Maxi Dresses can be boho or chic, dressed up or down depending on your style. Dress up using accessories such as sunglasses and jewellery, dress down by going bare-face with tinted lip balm.

For more outfits you’ll thanks us for later, download Shop You.

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