5 Dresses To Wear On Repeat

5 Dresses To Wear On Repeat

The days are starting to cool and shorten, but we're not quite ready for full winter uniform. Instead, pair your dresses and skirts with cosy knits and sneakers for a stylish, trans-seasonal look. These will do double duty whether you're heading for the northern hemisphere summer or staying home for winter. 

1. Otto Maxi Dress - White

Cut to a one shoulder design from luxuriously light cotton silk, the otto maxi is a classic shape, reimagined. And white is always chic and pure. Pair it with a bold lip for a classy, elevated look. See it also in the Jardin de Nuit print (featured in image above). 

2. Lake Dress

This unique colour-block dress features a frill detail elasticated chest band and drops with a slight A-line to ankle length. Ideal to pair with a long, loose knitted cardigan or oversized sweater to keep the cold at bay. It comes in burnt umber (pictured) and coral chilli.

3. Story Skirt and Martha Top 

This fun set in a red and white seasonal stripe is minimal and polished, and can be mixed and matched with wardrobe staples such as a white t-shirt, button up and jeans. Versatile and easily dressed up for a lunch date, Bird & Knoll co-founder Natalie says the story skirt was a standout from the collection and she wears hers on repeat for work and play. 

4. The Goldie Dress

The Goldie dress is cut to just above the ankle, featuring tailored pin-ticked bib detail at the bodice and gorgeous puffed sleeves. Unbutton the striped poplin mandarin neckline to reveal stacked necklaces and keep the vibe casual. Perfect with a sneaker or sandal. 

5. The Parker Mini

This little black dress is perfect to bring a slight sense of occasion to a casual family lunch or dinner. Landing at the mid thigh, with a classic sweetheart neckline, it looks fun and flirty with a sneaker but can also cover you for a cocktail party. Also see its big sister the Cruz Maxi, full length and ultra classy in olive.  

Browse in store at Palm Beach or shop all these styles online. 

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