Not sure what to wear through the official yawn-month that is January? You are not alone! January brings the same what- to- wear- woes for many of us. And as Wintery as the weather still feels, believe it or not, we are in fashion mid- season; which can always leave our wardrobes feeling a little flat. So what is the best way to tackle this troublesome time of year? Keep it simple but stylin’ with dresses! But not just one dress of course, oh no hun! Taking you all the way through the spectrum from casj’ to fab, here’s your guide of how to really dress -it through Jan…

The Blazer Dress:


To take you straight from the office to the bar, this 80’s blazer dress is a chic-en-fleek must have! You can never really go wrong with black, and this dress is certainly the ever reliable LBD- with a twist.

The Shirt Dress:


Pair this dress up with some black sock-fit boots and a leather jacket to create a rocky, casual vibe. A classic monochrome look transcends all seasons and will leave you looking chic no matter what the occasion.

The Sweater Dress:


Loungin’ around just got real cute with this tie front jumper dress! Whether you are on the go with millions of errands to run, or just the complete opposite, this dress offers you comfort, practicality and style.

The Twist Front Dress:


Missing the glamour of December? Inject a pop of colour into your dress collection with this super fun, fuchsia, twist- front dress. As well as the colour being really flattering on all skin tones, another perk of this dress is that the knot pulls you in at the waist and glides the rest of your dress over your hips- instant hour glass shape achieved!

The Night-Out Maxi:


If the festive period has taken it’s toll, and you are not feeling your usual, confident self in your array of body-con dresses, then this silky, side- split maxi dress is a beautiful solution! This dress is the perfect combination of sexy and sophisticated. The structured, strappy, upper body of the dress means it will still make you feel accentuated and feminine despite the leg coverage.

Written by Darcey Taylor

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