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Wardrobe Wingbirds STYLE FIX: The Printed Shift Dress

One dress, 5 ways! Who doesn't love a dress that can get you from beach, to desk, to date night!

Wingbird, Sandy, shows you why a shift dress is the perfect one-step outfit. By getting clever with your accessories, you can wear this fun wardrobe staple just about anywhere!

The Printed Shift Dress from bird keepers is our top pick for this seasons MUST HAVE style. It’s a buy now and wear through all the season kind of dress… over and over again!

We absolutely LOVE a great shift dress! Not only is this style flattering for different body shapes, with the right styling, a shift dress can be appropriate for so many occasions. Here are 5 of our favourite ways to wear The Printed Shift Dress. 

Casual Weekend

Laid-back, summery pieces—a denim jacket, sunglasses and sneakers—create a versatile warm-weather outfit just right for wandering the farmers market or boardwalk. Shop the OUTFIT

Date Night Chic

Boots and a leather jacket elevate this casual staple to a chic, date-night go-to. Shop the OUTFIT

Day Party Glam

Add some glitzy accessories or a vibrant pop of colour and you have yourself a perfect daytime party outfit. Shop the OUTFIT

Summer Vacay

The lightweight fabric makes this dress a fantastic travel companion. Grab your beach bag and sun hat and your care-free summer holiday look is complete! Shop the OUTFIT

Career Girl

A cinched waist and structured blazer gives the boxy silhouette a more flattering shape, perfect for the office .Shop the OUTFIT

It’s the dress your wardrobe NEEDS

It's not every day that you come across a dress that can get you from the beach, to the office to date night and everything in between. Easy, versatile and flattering - we just can't get enough of the Printed Shift Dress! Trust us when we say, you NEED this dress in your life!

Love, the birdsnest girls x

bird keepers

The Printed Shift Dress

$99.95

Available is sizes 8-22
colour options

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UPDATED: This article was first published on 13th September 2019