Find your perfect dress for the new season with our round-up of the best winter dresses around
Effortlessly stylish winter dresses make up the bulk of our winter wardrobes because they're so easy to wear. It can be difficult to look stylish when the winter elements are out in full force, but a winter dress is definitely the answer. Simply throw on with some (thick) tights, and stylish boots (plus a warm winter jacket, of course) and you're ready to go. With the days growing increasingly cold, now's a good time to invest in a few new winter dress options.
Whatever the occasion, a chic winter dress is a fabulous choice. Opt for a tailored dress at the office, where you can style up your winter dresses with tights and a knit or boucle jacket. Looking for a really special frock for that Christmas party or winter wedding? We've got gorgeous dresses that will glam up nude tights and a comfy heel.
Far from drab or frumpy, these are the winter fashion buys that will flatter your shape and see you through the season in style. Forget passing trends and fads, a classic winter dress is an investment that will look fabulous year after year. Whatever your shape or budget, we've found wardrobe-worthy winter dresses that are sure to impress.
Looking for a frock that is suitable for the office and after work drinks? This one from East, £109, has just the right mixture of comfort and glamour to see you through to the evening.
Keep reading for more gorgeous winter dresses for every body shape and budget...
Oasis Victoriana Dress, £60
A prim and proper piece that will keep you looking chic this winter - Oasis are bang on-trend this AW15 with a Victoriana inspired dress. Wear over opaque black tights and knee high boots for the daytime, or with killer heels and drop earrings come sundown.
Topshop Metallic Knitted Dress, £75
It's sparkly, it's warm and it's a dress. Need we say more? Cinch this Topshop dress at the waist with a belt to create an hourglass silhouette.
Reiss Rollneck Jumper Dress, £170
Jumper dresses are the ultimate way to keep snug and stylish this winter. The soft shade of this Reiss number will add warmth to most skin tones, and looks great with contrasting black leather boots.
Pure Collection Cashmere Cowl Dress, £199
Brighten up a grey winter day with a gorgeous red cashmere dress from Pure Collection. Not only will you turn heads in this vibrant shade, but you'll feel cosy all day long thanks to the irresistably soft cashmere. Opt for black tights for the day, or sparkly tights for a Christmas party.
M&S 3/4 Sleeve Lace Dress, £49.50
Keep it stylish this season with a romantic lace and velvet combo. The deep blue hue on this M&S is a surefire way to look expensive this season, but without a hefty pricetag.
Fatface Fairisle Knitted Dress, £45
If novelty Christmas jumpers aren't your thing, opt for a refined fairisle dress in a seasonal berry colour for a festive fashion choice.
Warehouse Embellished Dress, £50
'Tis the season to sparkle, and if you're in need of dazzling day-to-night wear, this Warehouse dress is your wardrobe saviour. Don't let the bodycon scare you - it's a super flattering fabric on all figures.
Toast Wool Check Dress, £245
There's nothing like a warm wool dress to keep out the cold. We spotted this frock from Toast and can see why it's selling out. With its mix of structured tailoring and playful plaid print, it'll add wow-factor to your winter wardrobe.
Coast Semba Sparkle Dress, £143.20
For a special occasion where nothing less than regal elegance will do, pull out this stunning Coast dress and wait for the compliments to rain in. The off-shoulder bodice will highlight one of the narrowest parts of the body, whilst the sparkly skirt will make you feel like a princess.
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