The must have dress for your closet!

Anyone else wanting to wear their pajamas in public this week? I must be feeling some type of seasonal fashion depression as of late with the weather going from hello two piece bathing suit weather to ok where is my parka it is -12 outside.  So how does one stock their closet for these tricks mother nature is pulling on us? Transitional dresses are the answer!

Photo Credit- In11Views Photography

Now when it comes to purchasing transitional dresses what matters the most in my opinion is the material, fit, and print.  This does sound like a no brainer, but purchasing dresses without some of these specific details may leave you in the cold or having pit stains that almost reach down to your waistline…been there…seriously…not fun.  My go to transitional dress this season has been this very light knit, long sleeve, cross chested dress by Who What Wear from Target.  Ok, I have to confess I am pretty sure I have an obsession with this brand, but I mean come on their prices are on point and they have a variety of sizes for all of their pieces!

This dress is perfect because if the weather is a bit warmer this can be worn with bare legs, open toed heels, and you can skip the jacket.  If it is more on the cooler side you can pair this dress with tights, ankle boots, and a leather motto jacket.  If you feel like a mix of both you can even style it how I pictured here with bare legs, ankle boots, and no jacket!

Purse, TJ Maxx, under $40 | Booties, ASOS, undr $50
Earrings, Francesca’s, under $30

The material has the perfect amount of stretch to it and with that little bit of sparkle can give you the total glam vibes by adding simple accessories. This dress was under $50 and you can buy it online as well.  I also included a couple of other great transitional dresses from the Who What Wear collection with links to shop!

Check out these other great styles from the Who What Wear collection at Target:

  

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