10 All-Season DressesChelsea Fuss
A dress is the perfect option for almost any season. It becomes an easy uniform for summer, simply paired with your favorite sandals and for fall, it’s easy to layer them up with cozy cardigans, tights and loafers. Take a peek at some my current favorites, that will really work for any season with the right styling.
Lace Dress 1 of 10Wear this lace dress now with heeled sandals or later with tights, boots and a cozy cardigan.
$49.39 at ASOS.
Denim Shirt Dress 2 of 10If you like to dress in a uniform, a denim shirt dress is a great place to start. Layer it up for fall with knits and button-ups, tights and boots. Wear now with your favorite worn-in leather sandals.
$99.99 at J.Crew.
Tulip Dress 3 of 10This sweet tulip dress features a lightweight fabric woven in the tiniest of blue and white stripes. Pair it with a straw summer hat now and a little blazer when it gets cooler! At less than $30, there's no reason not to snatch this one up.
$28.10 at ASOS.
Navy Scoop Neck Dress 4 of 10The latest craze in knitwear is a brand called Edith A. Miller. Their basic t-shirt and dress designs are classic, flattering, and made of beautiful 100% cotton. This scoop neck, navy dress will become a summer staple and it's easy to layer up for cooler months too.
$128.00 at Thistle & Clover.
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White Dress 6 of 10This 100% pure cotton dress features sweet details like black buttons, a dropped waist and a banded collar. Pair it with black tights when the temperatures drop.
$161.79 at ASOS.
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Striped Chiffon Dress 8 of 10Blue and white stripes have been combined with chiffon for a romantic dress that works equally well for work or party time. For cooler months, it would look great with a little elbow-patch blazer.
$74.99 at Madewell.
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Striped Sweater Dress 10 of 10This classic striped sweater dress by Cardigan, will become a staple in your closet and works for almost every season.
$181.00 at Thistle & Clover.
Top photo: J.Crew. All other photos from respective sources.
Chelsea Fuss is a blogger and prop stylist based in Portland who blogs daily at Frolic!
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