I love shopping at J. McLaughlin for versatile dresses that fit everyday situations. From a date night at the theater to a work meeting to a friend’s wedding, these dresses are all easily accessorized up or down for any springtime occasion:
Mia Sleeveless Dress in Mosaic ($205) – Made from wrinkle-free Catalina Cloth, this dress says wedding and work with a touch of after-work party thrown in depending on how you accessorize it.
Myknonos Maxi Dress in Rope Chain ($245) – If your friend is getting married on the beach, this maxi dress is the perfect excuse to go nautical. Pair it with a long cardigan or jean jacket at work when you can’t quite make it to the beach.
Lola Dress in Neo Ikat ($225) – The cut of this dress mean it’s perfect for all sorts of situations- baby shower, work, wedding, and cocktails at the pier. The classic color scheme means this is one you can wear year after year.
The Swing Dress ($215) – 60s inspired, this dress makes you want to spin around with your arms out like a child pretending to be a princess. Change up your jewelry and shoes to make this dress go from work to wedding to your next girls night flawlessly.
Sage Dress in Amhurst ($225) – I love a patter that’s just confusing enough it’s elegant but not contrived. This Sage Dress fits that bill and then some. Show with flats, this dress can be perfect for a more casual wedding, a rehearsal dinner, or bridal shower.
Gillian Dress in Jewel Box ($225) – Heading to a more conservative wedding? The neckline and sleeves on this dress are grandma approved while providing a sneak of sexy with the “v” notch at the neck. Plus, the pattern is elegant without being too formal.
Lila Wrap Dress in Ainsley ($225) – This dress screams spring. Whether you’re wearing it to Easter Sunday services or attending a tea party, bridal shower, or garden wedding, this dress will fit the bill. The bright color palate means it moves easily into the conference room eliciting envious stares from co-workers.
Darcy Jacquard Dress ($215) – Delightfully feminine while office appropriate, this dress is perfect for a Friday night wedding after you’ve spent the day explaining why a marketing pitch by your intern isn’t going to work while juggling conference calls.
Pirouette Dress in Off White ($198) – This white dress is probably the most versatile in this post. Flirty and fun, the dress will get your from work to a wedding without blinking an eye. Even better is that the color is the perfect background for trying out your entire wardrobe of statement necklaces.
Devon Dress in Gazebo ($215) – What says, “There are not enough bathrooms in these plans,” while at the same time saying, “Where’s the gift table?” This dress. It’s slimming, it’s fun but not overpowering. It’s pretty much perfect for every dress-up situation.
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