3 Transitional Fall Dresses Under $200

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Posted September 18, 2013 by Michele Cocouture in Building Your Brand
Transitional Fall Dresses
1)  Banana Republic 2) Ann Taylor 3) Old Navy

The weather is getting cooler and the days are getting shorter and maybe a little grayer. 
However, you can still stand out at the office with these three transitional dresses (and they’re all under $200!).
  1. Pop of Color – this little red dress from Banana Republic can easily take you from your cubicle to cocktails.  It goes great with a sharp leather jacket or even a simple black blazer.  You can also try mixing it with neutral and brown tones.  Keep an eye out for online and in-store sales (as they often have them) and you can grab this number for a steal.
  2. Classic and Feminine – Nothing says powerful and polished like this classic black and white number from Ann Taylor.  The peplum detail around the waist is so flattering as it hides certain areas (if you know what I mean).  And who says you can’t wear white after Labor Day!  The black and white combo is great with all skin tones.  Pair it with a jacket during the day and perhaps a shiny belt for night.  Also keep an eye out for online promotions.
  3. Perfectly Patterned - This Old Navy patterned shirt dress can be worn with out without a belt.  It is great with tights when the weather gets colder.  Pair it with a simple cape and it can take you from casual Friday to Fall weekends around town.  And for less than $30 you simply cannot go wrong!


About the Author

Michele Cocouture

Michele is a goal oriented and overachieving career gal, style blogger and artist. She spends her days negotiating acquisitions for a Fortune 500 company. Seeking a creative outlet, Michele combined her business savvy with her love of fashion and started a personal style blog with the goal of inspiring other career women one pencil skirt at a time. Michele holds a Master of Business Administration from UCLA Anderson Graduate School of Management and a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of British Columbia. Learn more about Michele's style by visiting her blog at http://cocouture.org or you can follow her on https://www.facebook.com/cocouturedotorg

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