The best dresses to land online at Next this week

There’s something for every occasion

There are many things that we love about Next. It’s a one stop shop for all your fashion and lifestyle needs with a top notch edit of gorgeous home furnishings, must-have beauty buys, the cutest kidswear, and of course an extensive selection of stylish clothing for yourself and the men in your life.

But it’s their dresses that we currently can’t get enough of - from knitted jumper dresses to the perfect LBD you’ll find something for every occasion online at Next this week. Your new season wardrobe is simply a few clicks away…

The flattering tiered midi

SHOP NOW: Tiered midi dress, £30

We think this super flattering tiered midi could give THAT Zara dress a run for it’s money (it comes in black too). We predict this will sell out soon so you’ll need to get in there quick. Wear it with everything from trainers to boots.

The tie-front midi

SHOP NOW: Tie front midi dress, £50

Sleek and sophisticated this fitted number would work well for the office and more formal occasions. We love tie detail on the waist, it’s so flattering on the stomach.

The zebra print shirt dress

SHOP NOW: Zebra print shirt dress, £44

We love the subtle take on this wild print, it’s very wearable. Team with thick tights and over the knee boots for a stylish autumnal look.

The roll neck jumper dress


SHOP NOW: Roll neck jumper dress, £32

Is there anything more cosy than a roll neck jumper dress? We think not. Chunky knitwear can sometimes add bulk but the belt detail will highlight curves and nip in your middle.

The black lace midi

SHOP NOW: Black lace midi dress, £85

Every wardrobe needs a little black dress and this one is a real winner – sleeves to cover the upper arms, the midi length falls just below the knees and the a-line waist flatters the hips, thighs and stomach. The lace also makes this a great choice for party season.

Eloisa is a fashion stylist and deputy fashion editor working across eight Women’s Lifestyle publications at Future, including Her previous styling projects include contributions to Condé Nast Brides, Now, Essentials, and online commercials for brands, including Strongbow and Nivea, organizing the logistics of both UK and international shoots.

While building up experience in the fashion industry, Eloisa assisted stylists and art directors on shoots for brands including Elle US, Harpers Bazaar, M&S, Miss Vogue Australia, Next, Samsung, and Vogue Australia, to name just a few.