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Business dresses : Trends

Probably the most common form of business dress is the sheath dress, a straight model with a knee-length cut. Business dresses often come in muted colours such as navy and black as well as cream for the warmer seasons. Meanwhile, the blouse dress is emerging as a modern office alternative. It meets professional expectations and underlines your feminine side.

What to wear with business dresses:

For an official meeting, wear your business dress with a blazer or short jacket. Depending on occasion, you can wear it with a fashionably patterned scarf or trendy belt for a splash of added colour. If you feel like it, a classic business dress can be pepped up with a pretty brooch or a sleek necklace around the neckline.

Exclusive fashion tip

Court shoes are not always a favourite choice for a full day at the office, especially if you are on your feet a lot. Ballerinas are a great alternative here, they look just as good with a business dress as a pair of high heels.

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Slightly fitted dress
Knitted dress with pleated sleeves
Flowing dress
Flowing dress
Knitted dress with pleated sleeves
Figure-enhancing dress with 3/4-length sleeves
Figure-enhancing dress with 3/4-length sleeves
Organic cotton shirt dress with 3/4-length sleeves
Organic cotton shirt dress with 3/4-length sleeves
Midi dress with draping at the side
Stretch dress with a hem flounce
Stretch dress with a hem flounce
Textured jersey dress
Organic cotton shirt dress with 3/4-length sleeves

Business dresses : Trends

Probably the most common form of business dress is the sheath dress, a straight model with a knee-length cut. Business dresses often come in muted colours such as navy and black as well as cream for the warmer seasons. Meanwhile, the blouse dress is emerging as a modern office alternative. It meets professional expectations and underlines your feminine side.

What to wear with business dresses:

For an official meeting, wear your business dress with a blazer or short jacket. Depending on occasion, you can wear it with a fashionably patterned scarf or trendy belt for a splash of added colour. If you feel like it, a classic business dress can be pepped up with a pretty brooch or a sleek necklace around the neckline.

Exclusive fashion tip

Court shoes are not always a favourite choice for a full day at the office, especially if you are on your feet a lot. Ballerinas are a great alternative here, they look just as good with a business dress as a pair of high heels.