1 Piece, 4 Ways: Chambray Shirt Dress

This post series may be my favorite to write. It’s so much fun to take a wardrobe staple like this chambray shirt dress and create so many different looks with it. I mentioned in my fall shopping list post that I had ordered this dress but needed to exchange the size, but it sold out right away and I wasn’t able to. Since then, I had been periodically checking for its availability because I truly think it’s an awesome wardrobe staple.

And while there are lots and lots of denim and chambray shirt dresses out there, this one is made of a high-quality, soft fabric. It’s uber comfortable and wrinkle-free. I knew when I tried on the first size that it was a definite must-have.

The good news? It’s been restocked in regular and petite. The petite sizes are already selling out quickly, so if you’re interested you may want to order soon. It is a little on the pricier side, but there’s a promotion running right now for 25% off your purchase.


Create four unique looks with one staple wardrobe piece. Click to see how it was done with this chambray shirt dress!

I love the versatility of this piece: that it can be worn tucked into a pencil skirt for the office, or worn with sneakers for hanging out over the weekend. It was difficult to choose only four looks for this post!



Belt: J.Crew Factory
Cardigan: Madewell
Boots: Nine West


Lipstick: MAC in Rebel
Tote: Madewell
Flats: Banana Republic


Bucket Tote: Madewell
Sneakers: Converse
Watch: Daniel Wellington


Lipstick: MAC in Ruby Woo
Flats: Banana Republic
Pencil Skirt: J.Crew Factory




Lauren is the creator of the lifestyle blog, Wellesley & King. Like many modern women, she aims to balance her busy career and personal life with style and grace. Wellesley & King is devoted to providing inspiration to modern women everywhere, looking to bring simple and attainable style to all areas of their busy lives. Welcome!


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