How to wear a shift dress


How to wear a shift dress.

When it comes to dresses, I like mine in shift style. I think that every female should own at least one shift dress because they work well with different body types. They’re classic and timeless. You can easily shift it from day to night, all depends on the vibe you want. Let’s dive into a few easy tips on how to wear them.

Casual look

While the shift dress is a staple in work wardrobes everywhere, it’s equally as essential for the weekend. When paired with sneakers, you’ve got yourself a combination that’ll turn heads and a perfect casual look. An easy and quick way to dress down while still looking cute is to add a denim jacket and cute sandals to the outfit.


A well-fitted shift dress is an essential in every boss lady’s work wardrobe. With virtually endless styling options, you’ll never run out of easy office outfits.

If you’re in a work environment, simply add a blazer to your shift dress. This provides coverage and also brings a pulled together, professional look.  Pair it with classic heels to am up the professionalism even further.



A wedding is a fun affair with lots of activities the last thing you want is an uncomfortable dress. A Shift dress is loose fitting and comfortable and there are many ways to wear it to a wedding.

Pick a bright colored dress with happy colors to suit the occasion. Wear knee or midi length depending on your height. You can wear a belt if you have an hour glass figure so it doesn’t disappear into the dress. For a flowered or printed shift dress, go minimal on accessories.

Dinner /Night out

Its easy to style a shift dress for dinner or a night out with friends.

Choose a shift dress with a V neck to accommodate a neck piece.  You can also hold your hair up and wear matching earrings. A bold colored clutch bag and some nice heels to complete the look.

For a night out with friends, pair up with a leather jacket and a pair of heels or boot and you’re good to go.

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