If a long day has left you with no energy to cook, it’s nice to be able to wear your work outfit to a nice restaurant and enjoy a little pampering. Additionally, it’s fun to be able to take a work dress, jazz it up a bit and take it out for a night on the town.
No Blazers on the Dance Floor
The Dotted Fit and Flare Scuba Dress is one of those womens dresses that’s a serviceable addition to your working wardrobe and a wonderful dress for a night out.
At the office, a blazer of almost any color will be a lovely combination with this dress. On the town, this dress will pair beautifully with a sparkly necklace, an eye-catching bracelet, a lovely solid color shawl, and some heels.
Cover the Cold Shoulder
The Cold Shoulder Elbow Sleeve Etched Floral Dress is a terrific option at your favorite restaurant, but it may not be allowed at the office; womens dresses that show too much skin may be frowned upon. Cover up with a lightweight flyaway jacket at work, then uncover when you head out on the town.
Additionally, this is great time to put up your hair. The bare skin on the shoulders will draw the eye up toward your face and neck, so sweep up your hair into an elegant chignon, add some sparkly earrings, don’t forget the high heels, and enjoy your night!
Follow the Lines
The rust-toned Tiered Bandage Dress draw the eye both up and down, so put something bold at both points. Add tall black books with a heel to dress up this dress, and consider adding bold, reflective and rather clunky jewelry to turn this dress from staid to stand-out.
Not all womens dresses that draw the eye to the curve of hip and breast need to reveal a lot of skin. This cleverly designed bandage dress is light enough for warm weather but a wonderful color for fall and winter. This is one of the few women’s dresses you could pair with a denim jacket for a casual night with friends.
When Jewelry Takes the Stage
Womens dresses that work well at the office are generally simple and fairly modest. With the right accent pieces, such as dress can easily move to a dance club, theatre or nice restaurant. The Robin Floral Wrap Dress is an excellent example.
The rich wine and taupe colors are dark enough to stand out in a dimly lit club. The sweep of the faux wrap feature draws the eye up to the bust and shoulders, so why not continue the line up to the neck and face? Use stacked necklaces, such as a long sparkly chain paired with a reflective stone pendant to create the impression of décolletage. Again, this neckline would look terrific with a high bun or even a fun ponytail, so you can dance the night away and keep cool!
The shopping options and budget-friendly sales at DressBarn.com won’t take the place of a visit to the store, but the size charts are easy to read and if you find an ideal dress in almost the right size, the return process is simple. Until DressBarn.com can serve you in person, shop online to your heart’s content for dresses that go from office to outstanding date night!
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