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Business dresses: Plus size trends

In the everyday business world, a smart appearance is key. A business dress is a great alternative to a trouser or skirt suit. It's a contemporary, stylish and feminine choice. Business dresses come in different shapes and designs. The most common is the sheath dress. But blouse dresses and dresses with a flared skirt section are also suitable for the office. Subtle, muted colours are always a safe bet.

XXL styling tips for Business dresses

The strict, formal dress code of the office has relaxed a bit in recent times. Business dresses no longer have to be paired with court shoes. Simple trainers have now also established themselves in the office, underlining the casual business style. Those who still feel like the look is too sporty can just add a fitted blazer, nice jewellery and a pretty scarf.

Tips for large sizes

Even though the business look has relaxed a little, you should still bear a few rules in mind. The length of the dress is a key factor and should extend at least to the knee. How about a midi dress? They are totally trendy and look super chic. Avoid necklines that are too low and dresses that are too tight so that the outfit retains a sense of formality. In terms of shoes, it is better to steer clear of open shoes and go for court shoes or trainers instead.

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Knitted dress with a turtleneck
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Tunic dress with all-over print
Organic cotton tunic dress

Business dresses: Plus size trends

In the everyday business world, a smart appearance is key. A business dress is a great alternative to a trouser or skirt suit. It's a contemporary, stylish and feminine choice. Business dresses come in different shapes and designs. The most common is the sheath dress. But blouse dresses and dresses with a flared skirt section are also suitable for the office. Subtle, muted colours are always a safe bet.

XXL styling tips for Business dresses

The strict, formal dress code of the office has relaxed a bit in recent times. Business dresses no longer have to be paired with court shoes. Simple trainers have now also established themselves in the office, underlining the casual business style. Those who still feel like the look is too sporty can just add a fitted blazer, nice jewellery and a pretty scarf.

Tips for large sizes

Even though the business look has relaxed a little, you should still bear a few rules in mind. The length of the dress is a key factor and should extend at least to the knee. How about a midi dress? They are totally trendy and look super chic. Avoid necklines that are too low and dresses that are too tight so that the outfit retains a sense of formality. In terms of shoes, it is better to steer clear of open shoes and go for court shoes or trainers instead.