My Favorite Dresses This Fall Are Under $40, But You'd Never Know It

I've said it before, but I'm actually not much of a dress person. It's weird, I know, but normally I prefer a good jeans or pants look. Normally, that is. As I continue to work from home and embrace a more comfortable way of dressing, I've found myself wearing dresses more and more these days. So maybe I'm late to the game, but I'm relishing the ease of throwing on a pretty dress with a cool pair of boots or sneakers depending on my mood and calling it a day. What could be better than that?

As fall sinks in, I've turned my attention to a number of stylish fall dresses to continue my infatuation. Thanks to all the cool and versatile pieces in our very own namesake clothing line right now, all my favorite fall frocks are delightfully affordable (I'm talking under-$40 affordable) but look like they could easily go for triple that. To see what I mean, scroll on to see each dress I'm eyeing and fill up on outfit inspiration for how to style them along the way.

Seeing as this already looks good with black ankle boots, I'm pretty much sold.

This print makes a chic statement. I'd add a wide waist belt to add even more style to it.

If you're feeling trendy, layer this underneath a sweater vest with the collar sticking out.

Taking notes on how to accessorize this dress with fun jewelry.

Can you ever go wrong with puff sleeves and a square neckline?

Paired with chunky shoes and cute socks, this is a whole vibe.

I love how good this looks with statement-making knee boots as modeled above.

 

Beige continues to be the chicest color to wear right now.

When people say "dress it up or down" I'm pretty sure they're talking about this versatile number.

Wear this with boots now and layer over a chunky knit sweater once the weather really cools down.

For when you want to keep it neutral but not boring.

Everyone needs that one easy mini dress in their closets and this is mine.

The easiest way to wear the wine color that was all over the fall 2020 runways.

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