For wear to work dresses in spring and summer, you need dresses in soft, fresh on the skin materials with bright colors and gorgeous patterns. Long sleeved or shirt dresses are perfect for transitional weathers while cute drape dresses are great for summer. Because work outfits is one of my favorite featured topic here on Creative Fashion, I´ve summed up my top ten picks for spring/summer work dresses, in any order.
Satin Colorblock Dress
Jax Women’s Satin Colorblock Dress, $158.00
Satin s cool on the skin so it´s a good material to wear in summer. But I love this dress from Jax not only because it´s of satin, but also because the colorblock style of geometrical patterns is striking. Its cap sleeves and pencil skirt create that professional look making it office friendly.
Scoopneck Solid Dress
Anne Klein Women’s Cap-Sleeve Scoopneck Solid Dress, $119.00
Available in a rainbow of colors – maize, bright and deep blue, jade, turquoise, and black – this cap-sleeve scoopneck solid dress is a must-have for summer workrobe. It comes with a dainty contrast belt to give your waist more definition. Remember, a dose of bright helps you feel energized for work.
See: Professional and Elegant Wear to Work Pants
Printed Faux Wrap
Maggy London Women’s Printed Faux Wrap, $78.00
This pink and black printed wrap dress is both feminine and ultra-flattering. It follows your curves in a very elegant way making it safe to wear to work. If you´re looking for a summer work dress to give you lots of compliment, this number from Maggy London is perfect for you.
Shirred Waist Dress
Women’s Sleeveless Shirred Waist Dress, $80.00
Remember the circle print dresses I talked about last week? I saw several gorgeous looks from spring runway. Why not channel this trend to work? This shirred waist dress featuring circle print is fabulously on trend. Add a white blazer and a sexy pair of red high-heeled sandals for work.
Animal-Print Belted Dress
Anne Klein Women’s Leo Animal-Print Belted Dress, $99.00
Never ever fall short of animal print. If you´re into camel or nude shades of animal print for fall and winter, go for a more vibrant multi animal print for spring and summer. This belted long sleeve dress from Anne Klein is great for an office attire when it´s spring and it isn´t hot yet. Looks great with black stilettos.
Cap Sleeve Shutter Dress
London Times Women’s Cap Sleeve Shutter Dress, $87.50
If I have to choose for a dress to top this list, I´ll probably pick this cap sleeve shutter dress from London Times. It´s available in pink and in turquoise. I love its girly elegance and the play of texture. You can wear it to the office or to a wedding.
Flared Shirt Dress
Women’s Long-Sleeve Flared Shirt Dress, $99.00
Wondering how to wear polka dot to work this summer? Go single in a black and white monochrome dress featuring flared skirt. Swap the ribbon tie with a red, slim leather belt then add a pair of silver or black pumps for a really stunning professional look.
Fabulous and Flattering Dress
Tiana B Women’s Fabulous and Flattering Dress, $55.00
For girls looking for a soft, drape dress, this fabulously flattering royal blue dress from Tiana B is worth a try. It clings to the right curves and it even provides stretchable room around the tummy area in case you need it. The material provides that sandwashed slinky feel and it´s very figure flattering.
See: Best Summer Work Oufits for the Office
Classic Leo Dress
Anne Klein Women’s Classic Leo Dress, $99.00
Another wear to work spring dress in gorgeous pink, this long-sleeved classic leo dress from Anne Klein is cinched at the waist with a dainty belt for a gorgeous silhouette. It´s very versatile and can be worn to work or to an evening affair.
Cap Sleeve Printed Dress
Evan Picone Women’s Cap Sleeve Printed Dress, $99.00
If you´re looking for a dress that´s both beautiful and comfortable, look no further. A cap-sleeve print dress, it moves with you like a soft glove giving you that confidence you need at work. Because the material is soft, it´s definitely a summer perfect dress.
Which wear to work dress would you love to add to your spring/summer professional wardrobe?