It hits just above the knee (no complains from HR here), comes in a neutral camel shade (pair it with every colour) and an asymmetrical drape makes it look more stylised.
The ’70s dress that has survived four decades and it’s easy to see why: a modern fit (not too tight or loose) and it can be taken on and off in 20 seconds or less.
In black or grey, it might potentially look too stiff but in camel, it’s a soothing neutral piece that pairs well with other colours.
A conservative style without being boring, it’s all in the details: three military like buttons on each side of your shoulders make this top more charming.
The two-for-one dress: it cinches at the waist for a ladylike silhouette and when released, works at the beach as it does for brunch.