25 Throw-On-&-Go Dresses

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    Balancing a full-time job, a lively social calendar, and our personal life is no easy feat. Dressing for all of them? Well, that can be downright stressful when we're already racing against the clock — which is the case nine times out of 10. In one breath, we're immersed in a professional one-on-one with our boss, and in the next, it's after-hours cocktails with the girls. And, when it comes to the weekend, we've got a never-ending checklist of to-dos (mostly catching up on our Netflix queue), not to mention romantic rendezvous and boozy brunches to get gussied up for, too.

    So, we're taking the guesswork out of preparing for these day-to-day engagements — at least sartorially speaking. That's right: The throw-on-and-go dress is back and not just for your 9-to-5. (Although, we've got those styles, too.) For this round, we're featuring 25 perfect frocks to don for five of our most frequent life activities, like date night and morning errand runs. So, now you can spend a few of those minutes you saved getting ready on the day's major matters.



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