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10 cosy knit dresses for work and play this fall

10 cosy knit dresses for work and play this fall

Fashion

by Ruman Baig
2 hours ago

As the leaves begin to change and the air turns crisp, it’s time to embrace the cozy charm of fall fashion – enters knit dresses.
Knit dresses are the ideal choice for this season as it effortlessly combines comfort and style. Whether you’re headed to the office or attending social events, a well-chosen form-flattering dress can be a versatile addition to your wardrobe.
Fall weather can be unpredictable, and knit dresses are excellent for layering. You can add tights, boots, cardigans, or jackets to adapt your outfit to changing temperatures.
How to style knit dresses for work?
Choose Classic Colours: Opt for neutral or muted tones like black, gray, or deep burgundy for a polished office look.Add Structure: Belted knit dresses create a defined silhouette and a more formal appearance. Pair them with a tailored blazer for added sophistication.Tights and Ankle Boots: As the weather cools down, wear opaque tights and ankle boots to keep your legs warm while maintaining a chic look.Minimal Accessories: Keep jewelry and accessories understated for a professional look. A simple pendant necklace or stud earrings can enhance your outfit without being distracting.
How to style knit dresses for social events?
Play with Colours and Patterns: For social gatherings, embrace bold colors and patterns. Fall-inspired hues like mustard yellow, deep green, or rich plum can make a statement.Layer with Statement Outerwear: Choose a statement coat or a leather jacket to add a trendy edge to your outfit. These layers can also provide warmth when you’re out in the evening.Boots and Heels: Depending on the formality of the event, pair your knit dress with ankle boots for a casual look or high heels for a more glamorous appearance.Accessories Galore: Feel free to accessorize with statement jewelry, scarves, and clutch bags to elevate your style for social events.
Planning to make knit dresses your go-to wardrobe staple this fall? Here’s our editor-approved list of styles you can pick from:

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Loved Queen Rania’s asymmetrical jacket? Shop 10 similar styles to power dress like her

Loved Queen Rania’s asymmetrical jacket? Shop 10 similar styles to power dress like her

Fashion

by Ruman Baig
2 hours ago

Trust Queen Rania to find the perfect power suit that isn’t a boring piece reserved for the boardroom.
Recently, during her official vist of the United States, the Jordanian Royal served many remarkable formal looks. One such serve that stood out, was this electric blue JW Anderson powersuit. The asymmetric cutaway blazer with an overlapping construction gave an interesting departure from the simple jackets otherwise worn.
Queen Rania wore this attire for the Middle East Global Summit in New York, which she attended with His Majesty King Abdullah, Crown Prince Al Hussein, and Prince Hashem.
Keeping the look mostly monochrome, the Queen of Jordan styled this slightly unconventional suit with a matching pair of blue satin pumps by Dior. Breaking the all-blue dynamic was the butter-hued Loewe bag she carried, which offered a welcoming colour contrast.
If you’re looking to refresh your wardrobe for fall with blazers that are modern (and slightly unconventional), we’ve curated the ultimate Queen Rania inspired edit for you.

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Images: Net-A-Porter & Instagram: @queenrania

Meghan Markle Gives Formal Dressing a Summery Spin in a Crisp White Shirt and Navy Shorts

Meghan Markle Gives Formal Dressing a Summery Spin in a Crisp White Shirt and Navy Shorts

Photo: Courtesy of vogue.co.uk
The Duchess of Sussex kicked off her week the right way in chic summer workwear. Walking arm in arm with Prince Harry at the UN General Assembly in New York, she dressed for the occasion in a figure-hugging pocketed midi-skirt, a crew-neck top, black Manolo Blanhik BB pumps, a gold Cartier Tank Française watch – the same timepiece beloved by Princess Diana – and a Mulberry Bayswater tote.
Hours later, for lunch with feminist leader Gloria Steinem at the Crosby Street Hotel in SoHo, she continued her smart streak in tailored navy Bermuda shorts from Dior, which she cinched at the waist with a tan Ralph Lauren belt. She teamed her city shorts with a white blouse and another pair of her beloved Manolo BBs – this time in a tan shade. The Duchess swapped her does-it-all Mulberry Bayswater bag for a beaded pouch from Cult Gaia.
The Duchess and Steinem recently took part in a conversation with award-winning journalist and founder of News Not Noise, Jessica Yellin, to speak about the terrifying overturn of Roe v Wade. In the discussion, published by British Vogue, the three women considered the impact of the ruling and the future implications of what this could mean for the rights to same-sex marriage, same-sex relationships and contraception.
When asked by Yellin what this moment requires, the Duchess responded: “Unity – really listening to people, understanding the Constitution was written at a time when women were second-class citizens. We’re not. Certain things need to change.”
Originally published in Vogue.co.uk
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