One of the big fashion trends this spring 2019 season is the shirtdress. I saw many people wearing spring shirtdresses styled for winter when I attended New York Fashion Week earlier this month. This is definitely one of the biggest spring fashion trends to watch for this upcoming warm weather season.
I always love a good trend; especially one with a chic and classic vibe. The shirtdress offers a loose silhouette, and versatile style which can easily be worn many different ways this spring 2019 season. In these photos, you can see how I wore the dress during the day. For a cool winter day, I paired my shirtdress with booties and my new train case. It’s a simple outfit which is comfortable, and ideal for daytime activities. This outfit can go from a creative work environment to lunch with the girls to a shopping excursion; and to a museum with friends. It’s really easy to wear!
When it comes to outerwear on a cool spring, or winter day, look for a coat with simple lines. Since shirtdresses have buttons and a lot going on, a trench coat will add too many buttons to your overall look. While the trench coat is the “IT” coat of the spring 2019 season, it won’t work with a shirtdress. Look for a single breasted coat with minimal lines that won’t compete with your dress. A buttonless coat would be perfect too.
If you want to wear a spring shirtdress now, but you don’t have a coat that works well with the dress, try layering it instead. You can easily wear a turtleneck underneath a shritdress on top, and leggings or tights on the bottom. This will keep your look chic, and you can stay warm without a coat. Love that!
I’m looking forward to wearing this shirtdress for work, church, and weekend outings! It’s really comfy and versatile!
Shop my shirtdress outfit for winter into spring:
What do you think of the shirtdress trend for the spring 2019 season? Will you be wearing it?
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*Thank you to Dawn from Fashion Should be Fun who stood out in the cold rain to snap these photos for me with my new camera that neither one of us really knew how to work. haha. Love you!