Dresses that show you mean business

Wear to Work Dresses (6)

Plus Size Animal Print Dress


Plus Size Sleeveless Fit-and-Flare Dress


Plus Size Floral Dress


Plus Size Paisley Print Dress


Plus Size Ring Neck Maxi Dress


Plus Size Cold Shoulder Midi Dress


About Our Wear to Work Dresses

For a busy working woman, you need a wardrobe that’s always ready, especially in the time-deprived mornings. Dresses are the answer. They offer instant style that capture the trends and covet the classics. Closet52 dresses will go to any length to offer you the best selection for your day at work, making it easy to dress like a pro… and the compliments will follow.

Now that people are migrating back to the office, what styles of dresses should you wear? Longer ones, like midis and maxis? Or do you prefer knee length or shorter still? Maybe you want a dress with a hi-low hem? You can find any length for any type of office. Whether you work in a conservative law firm or a creative office space, you’ll see a selection of dresses that will work perfectly for you. Pun intended.

Do different days of the workweek require different looks for you? Our suggestion, find the silhouette that you love… in a dress shape that enhances your shape. Our dresses are designed with wrap fronts, sarongs, A-lines, empire waists, fit-and-flares and much-loved body-hugging sheaths. Once you’ve found your favorite… change out the sleeves. Sleeves are a subtle difference that bring so much style. It’s easy to find dresses with long sleeves and short, capped sleeves, elbow-length sleeves, balloon and kimono sleeves, but certainly don’t forget sleeveless dresses, which are ideal for the hottest days.

One of the best things about our Wear to Work dresses is that most of them can pull double duty. That means they look great from 9 to 5 and then work perfectly for a cocktails and dinner date. These desk-to-dinner styles are so versatile and are a big help on maintaining your budget. It’s also easy to find reasons to wear them on the weekend, too.

Finally, when choosing dresses, many women get their inspo from color, not just their favorite colors, but how certain tones make them feel. Throughout history, colors have been seen as symbolic of different moods. These commonly held beliefs, are both overt and subliminal. White is light and neutral, it emphasizes cleanliness. White is frequently worn to convey openness. Yellow attracts attention and illustrates self-confidence, making it suitable for a job interview. Orange is full of energy. It is a favorite of creatives. Red is a power color. It signifies strength and confidence. Purple is a sophisticated hue. It’s the color of wealth and royalty. Blue is a quiet, calming color and it suggests loyalty. It is also common to wear blue on job interviews. Green is equated with both nature and money. It is a refreshing hue and a working wardrobe favorite. Brown is a comfortable earthtone. It symbolizes strength and reliability. Black conveys authority. It is the definitive fashion color being elegant and timeless.

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