15 Delightful Dresses to Shop This October

No matter the occasion or season, there’s always plenty of opportunities to wear a dress and, of course, an overwhelming amount of options from which to choose. And since there really is no bad time of year to invest in one, we’ve put together a monthly edit of our favorite dresses you can shop right now.

October has arrived and with it, 15 fabulous fall dresses to wear all season long. Whatever the month has in store for you—be a weekend of leaf-peeping, a fall wedding, or perhaps you’re hosting a Halloween bash, you’ll need something to wear.

It’s time to break out an ultra-luxe sweater dress before you have to layer up with a jacket. Or maybe you’d prefer to swaddle yourself in a cozy bouclé midi or a body-clinging ribbed cardigan dress? We’ve pulled options for you; dresses so comfortable you’ll want to wear them whether you have plans or not. But that said, there are also dresses you’ll want to be seen in, say, Richard Quinn’s far-out florals and Thebe Magugu’s swishy fringed wool number. For the more minimal-minded, an ivory contrast piped sweater vest dress or black jersey t-shirt dress are versatile autumn day dresses of which you’re sure never to tire.

Read on for the October dresses edit, below.

The ’90s Number

Made from stretchy, recycled mesh, Ganni’s grungy yellow florals will pop nicely when paired with chunky black boots.

Ganni floral-print recycled stretch-mesh midi dress

The Minimal Mock Neck

Worn alone or layered, Zara’s knit dress is the perfect match for sleek knee-high boots.

Zara tunic with contrasting piping

The Far Out Florals

Step into the 1970s, courtesy of Richard Quinn’s groovy floral shirt dress.

Richard Quinn Sun long-sleeve silk-twill shirtdress

The Two in One

Staud’s poplin dress does the layering work for you thanks to its prepster argyle sweater vest.

Staud Jack argyle bodice stretch-cotton dress

The Checkmate

When it comes to fall midis, Rixo’s checker print number checks all the boxes.

Rixo Maddison Midaxi dress

The Ribbed Cardigan Dress

Your favorite closet staple, but way longer.

Club Monaco ribbed cardigan dress

The Cottage Dress

Rust-colored checks and rustic crinkled ruffles make this slip feel right at home.

Khaite Susanna crinkled check poplin slip dress

The Wardrobe Essential

Add a simple yet elegant black t-shirt dress to your wardrobe, that is, if you haven’t already.

Another Tomorrow Jersey T-shirt dress

The Pumpkin Pick

This fall, street style stars have opted for orange-hued dresses while attending the Spring 2022 shows—it also happens to be the color we often resonate with the month of October.

Ulla Johnson Maia belted dress

The Colorful Florals

While dark roses and romantic florals were a big trend this fall, we can’t deny the optimistic appeal of Altuzarra’s daisy dress for the joyous season ahead.

Altuzarra Daisy shirred floral-print crepe midi dress

The Sweet Romance

H&M and Brock Collection’s collaboration dress is still in stock.

H&M x Brock Collection Lyocell-blend dress

The Blurred Lines

Paloma Wool’s long-sleeved sweater dress smudges together colorful stripes for a pretty watercolor-esque print.

Paloma Wool Marcela knitted dress

The Fall Trend: Fringe

Stringy and swishy, Thebe Magugu’s tasseled dress is fall’s best take on fringe.

Thebe Magugu zigzag-jacquard tassel-hem wool dress

The Lounge Dress

Could there be anything cozier than Tibi’s oversized bouclé dress?

Tibi cutout alpaca-blend bouclé midi dress

The Velvet Dress

A witchy velour dress feels right on par for October’s occasions.

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