5 Cute Dresses to Add to Your Fall Wardrobe

Tuesday, October 16, 2018


Fall is all about layering, and the perfect base layer for any well-orchestrated ensemble is a cute dress! The key to finding the right fall dress is to think about temperature—long sleeves and high necklines for days!—and how you can style it so it goes with all your favorite jackets, vest and coats. Naturally, you’re going to want to pick out styles that work with some flowy scarves, warm tights and boots, too. We’re big on monogrammed dresses, especially for nippy fall days on campus, but as long as its cozy and layerable, you can bet it will see a ton of action during the cool weather months. Here are a few of our favorite cute dresses for sipping pumpkin spice lattes, taking Pinterest-perfect pics at the pumpkin patch and all your fall campus events.

Monogrammed vest


1.      The Monogrammed Boyfriend Dress—We’re huge on boyfriend style right now. It’s all about pieces that are deliberately oversized (yet still flattering) and totally comfortable for a day of work or class. The mono BF dress is all of that and more thanks to the super-comfy T-shirt fit and sweet short sleeves. With your monogram on the pocket, this dress is ideal for styling with a casual denim jacket and some riding boots. The best part is that you can throw it on before any special event or outing for a completely effortless but put-together look. You’ll be able to employ your monogrammed T-shirt dress year-round with the right accessories!
2.      The Monogrammed V-Neck Dress—Every gal needs to have a couple of long-sleeved dresses in her autumn arsenal! This long-sleeved V-neck dress is a dream for cooler days thanks to the three-quarter length sleeves and above-the-knee hemline. The V-neck style makes this dress picture-perfect for styling with your favorite wrap or infinity scarf. Pick it in a solid color to style with your statement vests, sweaters and jackets or go for a cute striped version for fab fall festivities with fewer layers. The long sleeves allow you to wear this dress as your main layer, so long as the temperature is still somewhat mild.

The Monogrammed V-Neck Dress


3.      The Monogrammed Swing Dress—Another one of our popular long-sleeved monogrammed dresses, this swing dress was absolutely made for layering. Swing dresses are some of the most versatile outfit fundamentals and have always been an essential in the canon of the Southern prep wardrobe. They’re perfect for fall, especially when styled with a classic denim jacket and some preppy flats. It’s also amazingly easy to dress this dress up or down depending on the occasion at hand. Make it fancy with statement jewelry and heels or go totally laid-back with some duck boots and a cardigan.
4.      The Monogrammed Hooded Tunic—If you’re huge on casual coziness—welcome to the club!—then you’ll definitely want to add a sweatshirt-style dress to your wardrobe this year. These dresses are made to be flattering yet relaxed, with comfort-focused features that keep you warm, so they’re perfect for heating up fireside at the lodge or gallivanting in the snow. When the warm weather rolls around, your casual tunics transform into cute beach cover-ups, so think of them as an all-season investment that will get plenty of wear!  
5.      The Monogrammed Bow Swing Dress—Casual long-sleeved dresses are a weekly wardrobe wonder in the fall, but you’ll be surprised at how often you want to bust out a sleeveless dress at this time of year. Sometimes your layers require a little bit of sacrifice, and going sleeveless can help you pull together comfy outfits with multiple tops on top. Pile on the plaid, denim and leather when you’re making use of your tank top dresses during the fall.

The Monogrammed Bow Swing Dress


Marleylilly is here to help you curate an exceptional fall wardrobe so that you look fall-tastic during all your seasonal activities this year. Whether you’re looking for something a little bit fancy or something to wear to work or class, you’ll find it in our great assortment of cute, monogrammed dresses. Happy harvest!

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