Women's Work Fashion

The Best Dresses to Flatter Your Body Type

Posted by Claire Erickson on

Dior once said, "however much you admire a certain dress on somebody else before you wear a similar one for yourself you must think to yourself 'What will this do for me?'." What great advice, even from so long ago.

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Denim Dresses to Try at the Office

Posted by Claire Erickson on

In most professional businesses, unless it is casual Friday, denim should not be allowed. However, this isn't the case anymore. Denim is not only used for jeans, but for shirts, dresses, and (if you can believe it) even shoes! Denim dresses have evolved over the past couple of years, and have subsequently become more and more office appropriate. 

At LadyBossBloggerShop.com, we have the denim dresses you need to add to your workplace attire!

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Pocket Perfection: The Importance of Storage

Posted by Claire Erickson on

Finding the right designer bag to complete an outfit can be stressful, and even worse, expensive as your collection grows. Though bags are not the only accessory to finalize an ensemble, they are certainly one of the biggest and most important ones. Purses are considered to be the fashion statement that can either break or make a woman's style. Handbags are used so women can easily carry important personal belongings, but if budget is a concern, pockets are your best bet. Luckily, we have some dresses to fit your lack-of-handbag needs!

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How to Style Asymmetrical Dresses for Work

Posted by Claire Erickson on

Sometimes, a simple cut isn't enough for a dress. Accessories can help spice up a sold color or plain silhouette, but how much is too much? The easiest way to amp up your wardrobe is by adding dresses with different cuts! Additional elements like contrasting colors, or diagonal lines are playful to the eye, and most importantly, appropriate for work. 

Luckily for you, we have just the dresses you have been looking for! These asymmetrical dresses are what you need to stand out from your coworkers. 

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Dresses that Tick All the Boxes in Dior's Little Fashion Dictionary

Posted by Claire Erickson on

Every so often, there will be a book published that is so iconic to the fashion industry it instantly becomes a classic. Think Devil Wears Prada, The Gospel According to Coco Chanel, or The Little Dictionary of Fashion by Christian Dior himself. Arguably the most famous designer for introducing the New Look after World War II-- a feminine, gorgeous silhouette bringing back the feeling of being a woman in the 1940s, why wouldn't we trust what he defines in fashion? 

Luckily, we have some dresses that hit major marks with what Dior said, and believe me, if you walked past him in the street today in one of our dresses below, you would be his next inspiration.

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