For Fall 2014 we’re seeing this staple silhouette get a major update — and it’s a trend that’s totally in demand! Not only is it a look of-the-minute, but the easy, breezy style makes it great for transitioning into next season. SHOP if you want to start rocking the look.
As much as it pains me to admit it, summer is winding down and slowly coming to an end. As the season comes to a close, that also means we have to transition our outfits into fall. So, what do you do? Turn to the shirt dress! The classic silhouette is a major wardrobe staple — but for fall 2014 it gets a trendy twist. The look was spotted on a slew of runways and even the stylish celeb set is trying out the trend. We especially love it right now because it’s a great way to slowly ease into fall clothing without having to give up the feel of summer.
Shirt-Dresses For Fall 2014:
The shirt dress has always been a go-to staple in everyone’s wardrobe — and we especially love the look because it’s also totally appropriate for work. The frock is a fantastic choice if you’re searching for a look you can take from desk to dinner. While you may keep the look conservative at the office, simply glam up your look with a bold lip and some undone waves, throw on a statement necklace or cuff, and step into a chic pair of pumps and you’re ready to go!
While the tailored trend is great for getting dressed up and looking polished, you can also add a more casual twist to the look if you’re a boho babe. Simply add on a brown woven belt and a pair of booties and wrap a scarf around your neck and your ready for fall in a relaxed look. I recommend trying a shirt dress in a pretty pattern or an embroidered option if this is the look you’re going for.
When it comes to keeping it casual, the chambray shirt dress proves to be most popular. If your style is more classic, take a page out of Taylor Swift‘s book and rock the frock with flats — you’ll look relaxed and effortless!
While shirt dresses are great with sandals or wedges in August, come fall you can still totally rock them with tights, boots, and even layered under sweaters — the options are endless!
Personally, we’re so glad to see the shirt dress back in such a major way. Do you agree?