Dress Styles Every Woman Must Have


A dress is an answer to all your fashion dilemmas.  It’s an essential apparel piece that easily fits any style and body type. It’s so versatile that you can wear it for a laidback brunch out with your parents, or an unexpected date night.

The key is to discover which style works best for your shape and how you can personalize it according to your need. 

Read below to get to know all of the dress styles that you can integrate into your own wardrobe.

1.    Maxi

Wearing a maxi dress makes you look effortlessly cool and sunshine-y. It surprisingly looks amazing on any body shape. You can wear it while strolling along outdoor markets in your locale. It’s such an easy-to-wear suiting for the vibrant and sunny season. Pair it with your espadrilles on your next all-girls date. For a more laidback look, slip on a pair of thong sandals and a sun hat.

2.    Wrap

Modern wrap dresses are flattering for all figures, especially for the apple- and pear-shaped. It can be styled in several ways. A wrap dress in bright colors and prints is the best choice for your travels and weekend get-away. You can easily transition into your office ensemble by pairing the dress with a well-defined white blazer and pumps. 

3.    Shift

A dress in spring color allows you to elegantly transition from work to evening without hassle. A sheath dress is your best option for those kinds of days when you plan to meet your friends after work. This style looks flattering on an hourglass body shape and even on those with a lean and athletic build.

4.    Floral

A dress with floral prints has always been equated to spring. For a classic ‘90s look, wear your spaghetti-strapped dress that with simple details on the waist over your fitted white tee. If you’re going for a more romantic look, choose a floral dress with ruffles and pair it with a neutral sandal with stacked heel. Match your outfit with a bright-colored clutch or statement neckpiece to achieve a sweet and sassy look.

5.    A-line

For those with an athletic build, an A-line dress will work best to define your waist. But for those with a curvier build, choose an A-line dress with more flare. Dresses with subtle designs go well with chunky heels or T-strap sandals, while lace or silk dresses can be toned down with a denim jacket and flats.

6.    Midi

A midi-dress should be a staple in your wardrobe. The length of a midi makes it the perfect choice for formal events such as fall weddings and spring graduation. A bodycon midi looks excellent on the lean and rectangular shaped, while the apple and hourglass can benefit from a billowy style dress.