Branded: Shirtdress

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We're all for pinching pennies where we can, but investing in the right wardrobe staples is not one those instances.

More specifically we're talking about shirtdresses, a cross between an ultra-fancy meeting dress and your weekend mumu. Seriously shirtdresses are worth every penny (and no, not all of the options below are super expensive.)
For one, they're classic: That crisp collar paired with the sleek down-the-front buttons (hence the name). They're versatile, too.

Throw one on for a Monday meeting and you look instantly professional.

Want something loose but flattering for weekend errand running? These 17 options below fit the bill.

Branded: Shirt Dresses

T by Alexander Wang Tie-Front Striped Shirtdress, $275

Branded: Shirt Dresses

Boohoo Taylor Embroidered Boxy Shirt Dress, $40

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Dodo Bar Or Menashe Tassel-Embellished Cotton Shirtdress, $231

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House of Holland Floral-Embroidered Silk Shirtdress, $208

Branded: Shirt Dresses

Equipment Janna Stripe Silk Shirtdress, $112

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The Great The Bias Distressed Cotton-Chambray Shirt Dress, $245

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Mavi Jeans Bree Denim Shirtdress, $98

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Chambray Shirtdress, $138

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See by Chloe Feather Detail Shirtdress, $435

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Derek Lam 10 Crosby Tie Waist Shirtdress, $198

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Max Mara Pesche Shirtdress, $331

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Love, Fire Stripe Cold Shoulder Shirtdress, $45

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Christopher Kane Gingham-Pocket Cotton-Poplin Shirtdress, $202

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Boohoo Fleur Embroidered Shirt Dress, $40

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Kenzo A-line Shirtdress, $228

Branded: Shirt Dresses

Boohoo Maisie Paisley Shirt Dress, $40

Branded: Shirt Dresses

Jupe by Jackie Gopal Flower-Appliqué Pinstriped Cotton Shirtdress, $368

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