Fall dresses have been my go-to outfit recently with this transitional weather, and as someone who loves wearing dresses year-round, I wanted to share some cute dresses you’ll want to wear all season long.

Sleeveless Midi Dress // Brown Toile Dress // Flutter Sleeve Shirt Dress // Long Sleeve Wrap Dress // Paisley Long Sleeve Dress // Mulberry Vine Floral Dress // Black Midi Dress

Brown Shirt Dress // Navy Floral Dress // Green Shirt Dress // Poplin Shirt Dress // Peter Pan Collar Dress // Green Sweater Dress // Navy Shirt Dress

Sweater dresses are the epitome of fall coziness. They’re warm and stylish, making them a staple for the season. I’m really feeling green this fall, and this olive mock neck sweater dress strikes the perfect balance of flirty and polished. During the fall, I like styling dresses with a shorter hemline, knee-high boots, and a wool coat for a sophisticated look. If you live in a warmer climate but crave fall clothing, this sleeveless smocked midi dress is so cute! I love how comfortable smocked dresses are, and the autumnal print on this dress is gorgeous.

classic shirt dress is a must-have for fall. They’re comfy and versatile, perfect for a day out and about, dinner, or the office. Pair with knee-high boots and a thin belt for a chic, put-together look, or add some sneakers for a more relaxed vibe. Tuckernuck recently gifted me this adorable peter pan collar dress, and I’m in love. The crisp cotton poplin collar and cuffs are the perfect polished touch for a pulled-together outfit.

Floral midi dresses are one of my favorite fall dresses for their touch of femininity and elegance. Pair them with flats or ankle boots, and look for prints in darker, autumnal shades with subtle floral patterns like this flowy burgundy-tiered maxi dress under $30. I have also been on a big Dôen kick lately. Every piece of theirs that I put on just feels like a dream. They have a perfect balance of casual elegance and gorgeous fall dresses. I have my eye on this mulberry vine floral dress


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