We’ve Collectively Worked in Fashion for 48 Years and Want These Fall Dresses

As a group of fashion editors (with collective industry experience of 48 years when you add it all up), it’s always been our job to scout the market for what matters in the fashion world, test out trends, and then suggest the latest products to you, dear readers. Given that fall is fast approaching (wild, we know), we thought we’d spend the next few moments here discussing one of our go-to autumn staples. We’re talking about the casual fall dress.

That’s right. Below, six of us shared the specific fall dress pick that has caught our eye during our market research for the season. What you’ll notice is that there’s quite a range—everything from cozy knitted silhouettes to flowy, shorter styles that will team flawlessly with chunky boots. Keep scrolling for more. You’ll also find a smattering of other standout dresses we’re into. There’s bound to be something to suit your style.

“So I really probably should have selected a knit dress or at least one with sleeves. I admit this is squarely a summer dress, but I think it would look fantastic with a tight turtleneck underneath, and it’s still hot as blazes where I am. The back scrunch detail is gorgeous. It’s just waiting for an Instagram.”

Pixie Market Beatrice Dress ($139)

“I’m really into ribbed knit dresses for fall, and I can’t wait to wear this chic one in this season’s most popular color: gray.”

H&M Merino Wool Dress ($99)

“As soon as I saw this dress from Staud’s new fall collection, I knew I had to have it. It’ll look so good with brown or black accessories and can easily be dressed up just in case there’s a reason for that this fall (but I’m not getting my hopes up).”

Staud Jay Dress ($195)

“I can so imagine myself wearing this dress with a different pair of boots or mules every day next season. It’s the perfect non-basic pick that still feels versatile.”

& Other Stories Asymmetric Mini Shirt Dress ($99)

“I love throw-on-and-go dresses that you can wear with pretty much any kind of shoes—sneakers, sandals, or boots. I love dark florals for fall, and this dress shape is so classic. Plus, it’s on sale, so it’s definitely calling my name.”

BB Dakota Floral Education Dress ($77)

“I’m already envisioning pairing this dress with chunky riding boots then adding in a pair of sheer black tights as we move into fall.”

Anine Bing Peyton Dress ($249)

Shop more dresses:

H&M Knit Turtleneck Dress ($50)

Such a cozy fall dress pick.

Eloquii Vegan Leather Shirttdress ($140)

A faux-leather shirtdress is the way to go this season.

Totême Orville Ribbed-Knit Midi Dress ($375)

Everything is right here—from the hue to the extended cuffs.

Everlane The Cashmere Turtleneck Dress ($180)

You could also try this turtleneck dress over leggings.

Topshop Rib Knit Tie Waist Maxi Dress ($55)

Wear as is now or with a light jacket in a few weeks.

Nanushka Canaan Dress ($385)

Go-to sweaterdress, anyone?

Pixie Market Ruched Tie-Front Dress ($138)

The ruching is a nice touch.

Mara Hoffman Jasmine Dress ($450)

So gorgeous with knee-high boots.

Mango Polka-Dot Midi Dress ($120)

Very into the idea of adding a chunky belt to this midi dress for an even more directional vibe.

Sea Metta Acid Wash Puff Sleeve Maxi Dress ($395)

Make a subtle statement with the balloon sleeves.

Halogen Long Sleeve Sweater Dress ($139)

You can really play up the accessories here.

Tove Elodie Open-Back Silk-Crepon Midi Dress ($885)

The draping here is quite beautiful.

Next, check out more casual dress trends to try.

This article originally appeared on Who What Wear

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