There are a couple of straightforward shirtdresses here, but mostly I’ve chosen ones that have a little something interesting going on, like the off-center buttons and ruching on this Veronica Beard option.
And here’s another number with ruching, which is so magically flattering when well-deployed.
So easy and summery.
Just a simple, well-priced choice from J. Crew.
Such a pretty, feminine skirt on this one.
I like how this one from Vince nips in at the waist.
A sleeveless option, for those who dare.
The asymmetrical hem here is right up my alley.
This has a very flowy, forgiving shape.
The corset-like structuring here is rather stealthily sexy.
Curve-hugging and also quite sexy.
Faded-out chambray looks so easy here—a great choice for weekends.
The A-line skirt on this one is good for those of us hippy enough to steer clear of more traditional shirtdress shapes.
I like the stripes on stripes on stripes here.
This silk dress from Theory looks like it would hang really nicely.
Blue and black vertical stripes = perfection.
A very nearly maxi length for those who like their dresses on the longer side.
The print here is retroish and a little wackadoo, in the best possible way.
This watercolor-ish print is not my type of thing usually, but I think this is so pretty.
A black and white floral is graphic and appealing.
And here is the most throw-it-on-and-go of the bunch.