The fall-ready dresses fashion girls swear by on Instagram

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Jessie Bush in TOVE.
+ The Raquel Dress is bias cut for a beautifully considered fit and elegant movement when worn. Crafted in a sumptuous silk, its long sleeve, high neckline and thoughtful panel cut skirt complete this beautifully, light feminine design.
(Photo via @jessie_bush)

A fall dress to suit every style…


Grece Ghanem in Isabel Marant.
* The pale-yellow hue of Isabel Marant’s ‘Laly’ dress feels like a fresh choice for spring. It’s made from fluid stretch-jersey that’s ruched through the front and back to gently hug your figure. Accentuate the deep V-neckline with a dainty gold locket.
(Photo via @greceghanem)


Grece Ghanem in Khaité. The Kal dress is available at KHAITE.COM
* Through elongated and intensified silhouettes like this reimagined shirtdress, the Pre-Fall collection proposes a wardrobe of intuition. Tailored in a faille-like blend of woven viscose and wool selected for its full-bodied look and crisp, clean finish, the collared silhouette is relaxed by dropped shoulder seams and refined by a broad, button-free half placket. Rounded volumes, from the refined pagoda sleeves to the side-slit, high-low hem accentuate the swingy silhouette.
(Photo via @greceghanem)


Linda Tol in The Frankie Shop.
(Photo via @lindatol_)


This SKIMS’ maxi dress is cut from ribbed stretch-modal jersey – you can really feel the soft finish. It’s made to cling to your curves and has slim straps framing a square neckline. Wear yours while lounging at home and add sneakers if you’re heading out for the day, or heels and your favorite purse for date night. As seen worn by Amelie Stanescu
(Photo via @chez.amelie)


Mirjam Flatau in Christopher Esber. Her maxi dress is available at FARFETCH
* Defined by its sculpted cut-out front created by silver-tone wire, Christopher Esber’s Venus dress is cut to a stretch-fit ankle-length silhouette that taps into the brand’s penchant for opulent and statement designs.
(Photo via @mija_mija)

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