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Striped Sheath Dress Styled Six Ways

Today I'm sharing six(!) ways to style the ME striped shift dress! This dress is incredibly versatile and comfortable. It comes with a fabric belt, but the dress does not have belt loops so you can easily ditch the belt or swap it out for a belt of your choice (blush, cognac, or leopard print would be perfect). It falls below the knee and features three-quarter length sleeves that are actually three-quarter length sleeves on long arms. The v-neck is flattering yet work appropriate.

1// With a duster. Below, it's styled with a duster cardigan and boots. Just add tights and your set for the cold days that are continuing to linger.
striped shift dress styled with long cardigan

Photo via Fit + Flatter. ML is wearing a Medium.

2// Want to wear it to work? Add a blazer and pumps and the dress is office-ready.

striped shift dress styled for work with blazer and pumps

Photo by Hannah Bjorndal. Meghan is wearing a Small.

3// Grab your favorite jeans jacket and some pointed to flats for an elevated weekend look. What something even more casual? Swap the pointed toe flats for white sneakers.

striped shift dress styled casually with jeans jacket

Photo by Hannah Bjorndal. Meghan is wearing a Small.

4// Running out the door? Throw on the dress and go. Let the stripes make a statement, no accessories needed.
Striped shift dress with booties

Photo via Fit + Flatter. Malina is wearing a Medium.

5// Want a more tailored look? Add the self-tie belt.

Photo by Hannah Bjorndal. Meghan is wearing a Small.

6// Top if off with a trench coat. A trench coat and stripes are a classic pairing, especially in the spring.

striped shift dress styled with trench coat

Photo via Fit + Flatter. ML is wearing a Medium.

Shop the dress here.

 


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