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Our Favorite Date Night Dresses, Whether You’re Anti or Pro Valentine’s Day

Some like to put the va-va-voom in Valentine’s Day dressing. Others skip the cleavage and cutouts to sit in their sweats on the sofa. Then there’s the practical middle ground: those neither so hopelessly or apathetically romantic. They want a dress that they’ll definitely wear again, regardless of if they ever see that date (or another) again.

For dresses that do triple duty (date night and girls’ night and work day), we’ve selected some sweet numbers that can be flirty, fun and get the job done. Whether you have plans on February 14 or not, you’ll find an occasion to wear these lovely looks.

Pick Up the Check

Eliza J cotton poplin dress

Yeah, this isn’t going to work out. Pay your own way and hit the road in this breezy checked poplin dress that will also work for brunch with friends when you can dish about the dud.

SHOP: Eliza J check cotton poplin shirtdress

Bring Your Own Bouquet

Eliza J floral print scuba dress

Not sure how you feel about this date? Instantly brighten your outlook with this cheerful navy number peppered with spring posies.

SHOP: Eliza J floral print scuba shift

Work the Night (and Day) Shift

Vince Camuto shift dress

A simple shift dress is a crisp look for the office–throw on a cardigan to protect from the conference room chill. Come date night, pair it with scrappy sandals and a clutch.

SHOP: Vince Camuto seamed shift dress

Prints Charming

Maggi London tie dye print dress

Even if he isn’t a prince, even if he’s far from it, you’ll be enchanted by this comfortable and flattering dress’s contoured print.

SHOP: Maggy London tie dye print crepe dress

Layer On Some Sweet Lines

Chelsea 28 tiered ruffle hem dress

You’ll woo your date at first blush in this flirty frock. Add some oomph for a night out by pairing it with heels and bare shoulders, or tone it down for the day with flats and a sweater.

SHOP: Chelsea 28 tiered ruffle hem dress

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