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Sheath dresses: trends

As early as the 60s, style icons like Jackie Kennedy and Audrey Hepburn already appreciated the advantages of a good sheath dress. Since then, these knee-length, usually sleeveless dresses have been a must-have for all fashion-conscious women. Sheath dresses ensure an elegant look that exudes feminine elegance and affinity for style.

What to wear with sheath dresses

Although muted tones continue to set the tone for sheath dresses, there are diverse cuts and designs to ensure that you don’t get bored. Try a cream-coloured sheath dress, a colour-coordinated long blazer, pointed court shoes and a yellow business bag for a great outfit for meetings, presentations and business lunches.

Exclusive fashion tip

Because business dresses are usually so subtle and immaculate, you are allowed to be a little brighter when it comes to accessories. Shoes, bags and accessories give you a lot of freedom when giving your look a bit of colour. For instance, you could try bordeaux-coloured sling-back court shoes, a patent leather bag in bright colours or a colourful scarf.

Shift dresses


Figure-defining sheath dress with stretch for comfort
Sheath dress with a long back zip
Sleeveless dress with side gathers
Sheath dress with a long back zip
Sheath dress with an accentuated waist
Sheath dress with an accentuated waist
Sheath dress
Figure-defining sheath dress with stretch for comfort
Elegant dress with a draped neckline
Figure-flattering dress with a godet silhouette

Sheath dresses: trends

As early as the 60s, style icons like Jackie Kennedy and Audrey Hepburn already appreciated the advantages of a good sheath dress. Since then, these knee-length, usually sleeveless dresses have been a must-have for all fashion-conscious women. Sheath dresses ensure an elegant look that exudes feminine elegance and affinity for style.

What to wear with sheath dresses

Although muted tones continue to set the tone for sheath dresses, there are diverse cuts and designs to ensure that you don’t get bored. Try a cream-coloured sheath dress, a colour-coordinated long blazer, pointed court shoes and a yellow business bag for a great outfit for meetings, presentations and business lunches.

Exclusive fashion tip

Because business dresses are usually so subtle and immaculate, you are allowed to be a little brighter when it comes to accessories. Shoes, bags and accessories give you a lot of freedom when giving your look a bit of colour. For instance, you could try bordeaux-coloured sling-back court shoes, a patent leather bag in bright colours or a colourful scarf.