Graphic print dresses have definitely grown on me. Trending this fall, the graphic print dress can be the perfect go-to wardrobe item for a chic and exciting quick fix. The boldness of graphic print dresses can cause many to stray away from wearing them, however, with the proper knowledge, it can actually be quite simple. Check out the tips below to help you style four different types of graphic print dresses for this fall.
The Graphic Print Bodycon (Long Sleeved)
The long sleeved bodycon graphic print dress is a full-statement. Its sleek silhouette gives way for a clean cut look that can be accentuating to the body. Wearing a simple shoe that accentuates the body, and simple, complimenting accessories can play up the sophistication of this look. This look was paired with a high-heeled black bootie, a large clutch, statement earrings, and minimalistic rings, and suggests a dark red lip color for a sophisticated, alluring, and sassy look.
The Graphic Print Shirt Dress
The graphic print shirt dress is a bit more expressive and jewelry and accessories should compliment this look. Solid colored ankle strap pumps with a rounder, slightly pointed toe gives this dress a chic and feminine look. This look was paired a white oversized clutch to liven up the look, with a simple chain necklace, drop earrings, and a complimenting ring. This look suggests a red lip for added sass.
The Graphic Print Shift Dress
The graphic print shift dress is a great option for daytime affairs. For the fall, pair it with a solid colored short or quarter sleeved overcoat, cape sweater, or a quarter sleeved cardigan or sweater. This look was paired with solid colored blue ankle strap pumps to play up the femininity of the look and a mild colored box tote that compliments other pieces in the wardrobe. Pairing this look with minimal, but festive colored jewelry pieces and cosmetics welcome the fun, daytime feel of this look.
The Graphic Print Short Sleeved, Fitted, Long-Length Dress
The short sleeved, long length, fitted graphic print dress is a great transition piece. This look was paired with a quarter sleeved, fall blazer, classic pumps, stacked bracelets, drop earrings, and an envelope clutch. This look can be worn with or without it's jacket and clutch to accommodate occasions or weather. The key to transitioning with this dress is it's options for layering and solid colors.