3 dresses for fall business travel

The weather seems to be transitioning, even here in Texas. In northern states people are wearing coats and boots! Fall is upon us, with winter soon to follow. If you think cooler temperatures means no more dresses on your business trips, think again! Dresses are perfect for transitional weather as they can be worn alone or easily layered when it gets cold. Here are three fantastic dresses for fall business travel.

boden-lucinda

Boden makes my favorite dresses, and the Lucinda is no exception. It’s knitted V-neck dress with a fun, flattering shape. Both of the prints are classic, although the navy and ivory stripe is my favorite. Since the colors are all neutral, the Lucinda would look great with any color shoes, and I love the dark red it’s paired with in the photo (although I would do flats, of course!). For colder weather I would pair it with brown boots and a contrasting blazer or cardigan.

lands-end-dress

Sheaths are my preferred-dress shape, and this Lands End Elbow Sleeve Ponte Sheath Dress is a perfect example why. A flattering cut, with shaping in all of the right places, plus a gorgeously saturated burgundy color make this dress a winner. There are solids available–teal, black, and heather–but I love the textured version. I would pair this dress with a long strand of pearls and pointy flats to play up the ladylike lines, or cognac boots and a cardigan for cooler weather.

calvin-klein-flare-dress

I feel like this black Calvin Klein ¾ Sleeve Textured Ponte Fit and Flare dress is a blank, yet interesting, canvas. It’s black, so the options for color-pairings are endless. Black tights and gray boots? Sounds great! Deep purple flats? Gorgeous. The neckline is high enough so virtually any length of necklace will display nicely.

Readers, find any great dresses for fall business travel lately? Share your favorites!

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