The November Dress Edit Has Arrived– Shop it Here

For ideas on what to wear to all your fall festivities, look to this month’s dress edit.

No matter the occasion or season, there’s always plenty of opportunities to wear a dress, and of course, an overwhelming amount of options from which to pick. And since there really is no bad time of year to invest in one, we’ve put together a monthly edit of our favorite dresses you can shop right now.

Between early holiday parties, wedding ceremonies, and, don’t forget, Thanksgiving, November is filled with festivities that call for a great dress. So this month’s edit includes both sweater dresses perfect for cozy weekend getaways and more fanciful options for these special occasions. We’ve pulled printed, ruffled, tiered, and pleated frocks, and some lovely silk and velvet options that feel just festive enough for the upcoming holidays. And for those returning to the office, there’s also a handful of smart dresses that’ll make getting ready a breeze and help you get back to business. All of these will look divine with fall’s best black boots and, of course, the season’s sleekest outerwear options.

For any and all of fall’s festivities, look to this month’s dress edit for things to wear this November and the rest of the joyous season.

The Holiday Hostess Dress

Ulla Johnson’s sweet printed dress is neither too fancy nor too casual for hosting this holiday season—plus, its ruffled skirt makes it easy to run around in.

Ulla Johnson Delmara printed ruffle cotton midi-dress


The Modern Prairie

Those who appreciate the prairie silhouette but prefer solids to prints will want to live in Ganni’s minimalist take on the smocked dress.

Ganni organic cotton maxi dress


The ’Tis-the-Season Dress

Black velvet and crystal bows, need we say more?

Saloni Camille crystal-bow velvet midi dress


The Back-to-Business Dress

Heading back to the office this November? A new, polished look from Michael Kors will make dressing for work much more enjoyable.

Michael Michael Kors belted floral print midi-dress

$185NET-A-PORTERShop Now

The Patchwork Party Dress

Feast your eyes on Simone Rocha’s bow-adorned floral frock, made up of a lovely mixture of romantic prints.

Simone Rocha pleated sleeveless apron

$2,975NORDSTROMShop Now

The Festive LBD

With its puff sleeves, ruffled tiers, crochet trim, and prairie collar, Sea’s little black dress is hard to resist and will surely be your go-to for any fall occasion.

Sea Patrizia belted crochet poplin midi-dress

$395NET-A-PORTERShop Now

The Day-to-Night Knit

Paris Georgia’s scoop neck maxi reads cool and comfortable by day, but slinky and a little bit sultry by night.

Paris Georgia knitted maxi dress

$576HARRODSShop Now

The Harvest Print

Get in the November mood instantly with Farm Rio’s warm tapestry-inspired print.

Farm Rio flower tapestry maxi dress

$325FARM RIOShop Now

The ’90s Gown

A slinky bias-cut maxi is ideal for fall date nights and evenings out. Add a black tailored blazer on top, and you’re set for the night.

Sir Willa V-neck dress


The Flowy Florals

A familiar silhouette in wonderfully autumnal florals—just add knee-high boots.

En Saison metallic floral tiered midi-dress


The Formal Affair

Black-tie weddings and soirées are no match for this Self-Portrait ensemble feels like an exquisite tuxedo jacket/lace pleated skirt hybrid.

Self-Portrait crepe and pleated chiffon midi-dress


The Home-for-the-Holidays Dress

For travel days or afternoons spent on the couch, you couldn’t possibly get more comfortable than this dress—besides, maybe, in a pair of sweatpants.

Zara wool and alpaca knit dress

$70ZARAShop Now

The Dinner Party Dress

Combining rich velvet fabrics with a comfortable silhouette, Tory Burch’s henley-style dress feels just right for nights in and out.

Tory Burch velvet Devoré dress

$698TORY BURCHShop Now

The Pre-Styled Dress

Victoria Beckham’s midi is exactly what you want out of a dress: effortless ease and chic.

Victoria Beckham belt-detailed ruffled silk midi-dress


This story originally appeared on: Vogue - Author:Madeline Fass