Technically, it’s not quite yet fall and it won’t be fall until late next month. Seems like forever, at this point of the game. However, not that most schools are in session or about to be in session and the days are starting to feel shorter, it’s beginning to feel more “fall-sy” everyday. Therefore, it’s a perfect time to start pinpointing the things you need in your fall wardrobe. Since I’m all about the ease of transitioning from one season to another, I know the easiest place to start is with finding the dresses you need for fall.
Like a good friend, I’ve found you some options!
5 Dresses You Need For Fall
No matter what time of year, you can never wrong with having a pretty floral dress that you can pull of your closet for some quick feminine vibe. This floral wrap dress from Forever 21 is a great option for day and night or weekend brunch plans. Plus, long, floral dresses are going to be big this season.
A dress that is clean and simple enough to wear to the office, but has just enough edge that you can wear for a night out can be hard to come by. However, this Y.A.S Leopard Dress spotted as ASOS is right on point. The relaxed fit and dark print makes it appropriate for numerous occasions and situations. Yet, when it begins to get get cooler, it would chic when paired with a blazer or bright cardigan and boots.
I’m fawning over Free People’s Alistair Dress. The fun and bright chevron print paired with the shaped shirt dress silhouette and sleeves makes the retro vibes of this dress very current. If the brightness is a little too much for you, it’s also available in a neutral tans and brown option.
This Plumetis dress from Zara just screams “Fall” with it’s all-over sheer mustard-colored chicness. Another dress that can be worn all through fall and into winter.
A dress in a classic shape and vibrant color is a must every season, like this chiffon dress from H&M. It doesn’t hurt that it’s super affordable. This dress is also available in multiple colors. So, at this price, you can one of each.
You can never have too many dresses, in my opinion.