DRESS: Dress the Population | COAT: Topshop (similar HERE, HERE and HERE) | SHOES: Kate Spade New York (similar HERE, HERE and HERE) | BAG: Dolce&Gabbana | EARRINGS: Ann Taylor | LIPS: Buxom (Brooklyn)
Nothing like a melange of nudes and a classic sheath dress to start the workweek off on the right foot. The super light, stretchy material of this sheath dress might make it the most comfortable one I’ve owned, while the textured plaid print makes it both super flattering and super forgiving.
A dress that’s stretchy and forgiving? Sounds like the ideal Monday dress for someone who spent Superbowl Sunday basically having a wing eating competition with herself. Yikes.
Quick disclaimer on this dress: It has a deep v and relatively high slight in the back. To make sure you’re covered (in more ways than one) at the office, I suggest tacking the slit a couple inches at the top so it’s not quite so high. A tailor can do this for virtually nothing or you can do this easily yourself. If you work in a conservative environment, you will also want to wear a blazer (like this one) during office hours due to the deep v in the back. Otherwise, you can check out similar dresses here, here, here and here that are fuss-free!