As the fall months start to approach, it’s easy to slip into the habit of jeans and a top every day. While that’s a good option to have in your closet, it can get start to get stale. We’ve picked 30 fall dresses in the season’s best trends that’ll make you forget about having to wear pants entirely. From romantic florals to cozy textiles, keep scrolling for the best fall dresses.
Incredibly underrated, paisley is a fun and lively print.
Pleats are back, and look especially lovely on a midi dress.
Bonus points for some free-spirited fringe.
Rich, saturated colors are the epitome of fall style.
LOVELY IN LACE
Call it the perfect fall wedding guest dress.
One of the best layering pieces for the season.
An abstract take on traditional romance.
COZY FALL MAXI DRESS
Stay warm from your ears to your ankles.
ROMANCE IN THE AIR
Moody floral dresses are going to be big this season.
To create an hourglass shape, accentuate your waist with a belt.
NOD TO THE PAST
Throwback to the ‘70s and ‘80s with lots of loud prints.
Look for sharp angles and geometric patterns.
LIKE A BOSS
Start introducing fall textiles like tweed.
Your classic fit-and-flare red fall dress.
COLOR OF THE YEAR
It’s still 2019, so we’re all-in on Pantone’s Living Coral.
BOLD IS BEST
Because sometimes, you don’t want to share the spotlight.
A flattering twisted front brings the two prints together.
A square shape elongates the neckline for a flattering effect.
THE MAGIC OF MIDIS
Shirt dresses are the easiest fall throw-on outfits.
Make a striking statement with all-over florals.
MIX 'N' MATCH
Mixing prints can be tricky. Find a piece that does it for you.
The most popular fall print.
IN THE KNIT OF TIME
Your favorite sweater, only in a dress.
You thought this was a coat at first, didn’t you?
The best way to avoid wearing pants in the fall.
The black ribbing creates a slimming effect.
Simple, sophisticated, and head-turning.
Your little black dress with some extra flare.
Fall wrap dresses are nearly universally flattering.
Short-sleeve fall dresses are great for in-between months.
Any of these styles begging to belong in your closet? Talk to a stylist about your favorites, and they’ll get you started on your summer-to-fall transition wardrobe.