Different Dresses that Every Woman Needs in Her Wardrobe

There are so many different types of dresses in the world, so it can be hard to know which one to wear for a specific occasion. Whether you’re going out with friends, to a kid’s birthday party or even to a work’s night out, finding the right outfit is crucial if you want to look and feel your best. So why not unleash your fierce attitude and step out into the limelight with some of these incredible dress styles?


Maxi Dress

This dress is ideal for running errands and if you have the odd informal date planned then it is great for that as well. The best part is that you will look great and you will be super comfortable as well. If you want to get some inspiration then there are plenty of ideas right here. The casual maxi dress is ideal for a huge range of occasions, so when you are stuck staring into the deep-dark abyss of your wardrobe trying to decide what to wear, this is always a safe option.

 From left: Sass Nolan Wrap Maxi DressAtmos&Here Alya Wrap Maxi Dress and Decjuba Bethany Wrap Maxi Dress

Slip Dress

The slip dress is a huge trend lately and it is often seen on model runways. It is timeless and if you opt for one that is black in colour then you can turn what would normally be a standard outing into a night filled with confidence. The best thing about a slip dress is that you can dress it up or you can dress it down, and you can even pair it with a nice necklace or a strappy pair of high-heels.  From left: Amelius Ada Midi Dress, Topshop Sequin Stripe Lace Slip Dress and Ginger & Smart Crescent Slip Dress. 

Sheath Dress

You can’t go wrong with a sheath dress. If you are having a formal day at the office or if you want to dress up for work then this is ideal and it gives you the chance to transition from the day into the night. If you want to dress-down then consider pairing it with some nice black shoes and a blazer or put it with some luxurious black boots if you want to unleash your fierce attitude.   From left: Dorothy Perkins Keyhole Sheath Dress, Warehouse O-Ring Dress and Wallis Floral Scuba Dress.

Flared Dress

This style is straight out of the 1950’s and it is just as stylish today. You need to have this one in your wardrobe. To go for a more casual look then put it with some ballet flat shoes. If you are wearing it out, you can pair it with anything you want. Dresses like this work with just about anything, so if you want to feel more feminine then this is the ideal choice for you. From left: Closet London Gold High Neck Flared Dress, Love Your Wardrobe Ava Lace Party Dress and MNG Flaper Dress.

Lace Dress

Everything looks better when it has lace. Dolce and Gabbana cannot get enough of this style, but you don’t need to break the bank in order to get one that suits you. There are plenty of colours and options that are not very expensive at all and this is the best way for you to make a statement. Consider pairing this dress with some bright lipstick and even some hair accessories, you can wear it however you want and if you are going out on a date or even if you are looking for love then this one will make a gorgeous first-impression. From left: Atmos&Here Billie Lace Off Shoulder Dress, Lala Belle Corded Lace Flounce Dress and Honey and Beau Foxglove Ribbon Dress

Which is your favourite style of dress?

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