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This classic style of dress features a narrow bodice, a defined waist and a skirt that slightly flares from the body to form an A shape. The A-line dress is a great choice for work and/or special occasions.
Evening Gown / Formal Dress
An evening gown or a formal dress is worn for formal and semiformal occasions such as weddings, holiday parties and more. Evening gowns are usually longer in length, but can also be knee length. Formal dresses usually have elegant details, such as lace trim and beaded embellishments with flattering accents, like ruching, pleating and princess seams.
Fit and Flare Dress
This vintage inspired silhouette has a fitted bodice, a defined waist with a full skirt, and a hemline that hits at or around the knee. Fit & flare dresses are a fashionable and flattering option for parties, special occasions and can even be a fun work option.
The ultimate casual dress, the maxi dress is a long, flowing dress that hits at the ankle. The maxi is usually fitted at the bust or bodice with a loose fit from waist to hem. Maxi dresses are often sleeveless and strapless, making them a warm-weather staple, but also can be found with short and long sleeves.
The sheath dress features a straight, form-fitting silhouette with a defined waist and a straight skirt that typically hits at or slightly above the knee, giving you a figure-flattering look. The sheath dress is a very popular style.
The shift dress is a loose-fitting dress that lacks a defined waistline. It tends to hit above the knee and hangs from the shoulder down in a straight line. The shift dress is a very comfortable dress to wear and can be dressed up or down for almost any occasion.
With a knit or crocheted construction, sweaterdresses are a perfect way to stay fashionable when the temperatures drop. While primarily a casual dress, sweaterdresses do come in a variety of cuts and styles and can be a great wear-to-work option.
Wrap & Faux-Wrap Dress
A wrap dress is a dress with a front closure formed by wrapping one side over the other, and wrapping the attached ties around the back at the waist. This forms a V-shaped neckline and a silhouette that is universally flattering and always in style. A faux-wrap dress is similar, but creates the illusion of the wraparound effect with a crossover or surplice neckline and a side tie.