The shirt dress is a casual shirt that’s extended to create a dress. This versatile trend gives you a choice of lengths, sleeve lengths, and hemlines, so you can create a multitude of outfits from one straightforward dress.
WEARING A SHIRT DRESS ON ITS OWN
Of course, the shirt dress looks just perfect on its own. A mini denim version with scooped hemline accents tanned legs, whilst a looser design cinched at the waist with a thin belt is great for a fuller figure. A plaid knee-length dress is delightfully feminine, looking lovely with converse sneakers. Pretty pinstripes teamed with a floral print jacket and nude sandals capture the spirit if summer, whilst a rainbow-shaded cummerbund makes a colourful splash on a pure white model with tiny pin-tucks.
Wearing A Shirt Dress With Leggings
Black leggings are a firm favourite here, such as full-length leggings with a white shirt dress, worn with heeled lace-ups. Long black leggings also look good with a shaped shirt dress together with little black ankle boots. Three-quarter black leggings make the perfect pair with a loose pink shirt dress with waist tie and ballet pumps or teamed with a scooped hem version in nautical stripes with converse sneakers. Try a bold red shirt dress with black leggings, patent waist-belt and long black boots for real impact, or wear a denim dress over polka-dot leggings with ankle boots.
WEARING A SHIRT DRESS WITH JEANS
Jeans work equally as well with the shirt dress, especially if they’re skin-tight. A looser style of dress looks better here, such as a denim dress over ripped skinny denim with pointed sandals or a sleeveless striped dress with a narrow belt over skinny jeans and stilettos. A shirt dress with a frilled hem in pale pink looks superb over jeans or matches a colourful patterned dress with black stretch jeans and heeled lace-ups. An oversized white dress works beautifully with faded skinny denim and heels, or choose a monochrome print dress to wear with faded denim and mules.
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