Winter Dresses

{our favorite work appropriate winter dresses}

One of our favorite fashion indulgences is to play around with seasonal choices.  And especially – there is something liberating about putting on a gorgeous sheath dress in the middle of winter (granted, the dress is probably going to have to be paired with tights, booties, and a scarf, but still, you get to wear a dress).

This winter, we’re loving not only the higher end lines (check out the gorgeous grays and florals of Dries Van Noten), but the more accessible, bold and rich winter  dresses we’re seeing everywhere from Harrods to Karen Millen to Anthropologie and more.

A standout winter work dress, for us, is this Navy Jocelyn Dress from Anthropologie.  The deep navy is perfect for winter, as is the lace overlay panel down the front.  There is a richness and depth to it, but it’s easy, too.  We love how it is paired here, with a regal statement necklace.

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We’re also really into this Karen Millen Graphic Check Dress.  The print is strong yet feminine, as are the paneled details throughout.  Throw on a blazer, some black tights, great booties or heels, and go.

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Finally, this Kyoto Tea Dress by Alice by Temperley is to die for.  It is sophisticated, bright, and totally unpredictable.  At the same time, it’s demure and subtle.  This is a dream work dress all winter long.

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What’d we miss?  Any dresses you’re coveting this winter?

Please share in the comments below!

xo,

Team HOM

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