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You can also wear it next fall with a pair of ankle boots.

Anything inspired by Raf Simons is going to look good.

Especially lovely if your eyes are also blue.

Such a cool twist on basic spaghetti straps.

Balance that wild print with a demure kitten-heeled slingback for a wedding; swap those out for ballet flats and a blazer, and you're set for a 9-to-5 day of meetings.

A black sheath is a sound investment, wedding or not.
 

'20-inspired for sure,  but less Gatsby and more like something Marion Cotillard would've worn in Midnight in Paris.

You won't be finding a floral dress like this in your great-auntie's hope chest.

When scuba divers get gussied up.

Something you can wear a gajillion times in one season without anyone noticing. (Just like these dresses here.)

For all you Betty Francis fans.

This color only looks formal in summer, so enjoy it while you can.

Do it up like a British wedding guest and add a festive hat.

Sequins: a sneaky way to make stripes more snazzy.

A built-in necklace makes getting ready so much easier.

Dressy enough that you can get away with wearing flats.

Less obvious than cleavage, but just as sexy.

but just as sexy.