27 Wear-Everywhere Winter Dresses From Ghost, Rixo and Ganni

Maxine Eggenberger

Dresses are one of the most relied-upon items in our wardrobes and also one of the most talked-about pieces on our Facebook shopping group, So... Should I Buy This?. Lately, we've noticed more and more of our sartorially minded readers talking about just how great three dress brands are this season. These are—drumroll—Rixo, Ganni and Ghost. 

From Rixo's retro-inspired set of frocks, which boasts psychedelic prints, knitted textured and pointed collars as standard, to Ganni's cool-girl take on the trends—think checks and florals—right the way through to Ghost's edit of elevated midi dresses in sumptuous velvet, satin and jacquard, these brands have each, in their own right, created dresses of sheer brilliance this season.

This hasn't gone unnoticed by you. In fact, we're bombarded by questions from you on a daily basis asking which styles we think you should invest in. As such, we set about answering that very question. 

Below you'll find our unbiased edit of the best Rixo, Ganni and Ghost dresses you can buy now—be it for party season, wintry weekends, or for the office, we guarantee you'll find the solution to all of your fashion dilemmas in following slides. Keep scrolling to shop them, and you'll be forgiven for never wanting to default to jeans again. 

GHOST

Nicole Ocran wears a red velvet dress from Ghost. 

Ghost Ginny Dress (£225)

This dress will look stunning with any metallic footwear.

Ghost Aletta Dress (£149)

The silhouette of the season. 

Ghost Rosaleen Dress in Lavender (£145)

We adore these drape sleeves. 

Ghost Noa Dress (£169)

Wear this dress with sleek white boots. 

Ghost Rosaleen Dress in Monochrome (£165)

This monochrome frock will soon become a wardrobe saviour. 

Ghost Harison Dress (£129)

This Peter Pan collar dress was made to be worn with velvet platforms. 

Ghost Juliette Dress (£149)

You'll wear this satin style year-round. 

Ghost Lea Dress (£129)

The bow print makes for a cool alternative to typical florals.

Ghost Coco Dress (£169)

Pair this retro dress with faux fur-trimmed outerwear and suede knee-high boots. 

GANNI

Lucy Williams wears a check minidress from Ganni. 

Ganni Printed Stretch Dress (£370)

This print is gorgeous up close. 

Ganni Leather Mini Dress (£490)

Just add cowboy boots. 

Ganni Ruffled Pleated Floral Print Dress (£170)

Another frock a pair of white boots will look achingly cool with. 

Ganni Tiger Print Dress (£210)

Tiger prints serve as a more wearable alternative to leopard. 

Ganni Shirred Checked Cotton Mini Dress (£240)

This dress will look gorgeous with burgundy boots. 

Ganni Jacquard Mini Wrap Dress (£200)

Wear with simple shoes and accessories for a cool take on after-dark dressing. 

Ganni Floral-Print Satin Wrap Dress (£350)

So pretty. 

Ganni Checked Cotton-Blend Mini Dress (£170)

Try layering a camel roll-neck underneath this V-neck dress. 

Ganni Floral-Print Georgette Wrap Dress (£210)

Because every woman needs a dark floral dress at her disposal. 

RIXO

Grece Ghanem wears a printed dress from Rixo. 

Rixo Deanne Floral Check Dress (£295)

One of Rixo's most standout seasonal prints. 

Rixo Becky Blue Embroidered Dress (£305)

Wear with borg-textured outerwear. 

Rixo Reese Gold Patchwork Dress in Leopard (£315)

For those who prefer their sparkle on the subtle side. 

Rixo Jackie Orange Floral Mini Dress (£235)

This will look just as good with black opaques as it will with bare legs. 

Rixo Ruby Wave Spot Cream Dress (£275)

The collar, balloon sleeves and front split elevate this black-and-white dress. 

Rixo Daisy Bunch Shadow Floral Dress (£310)

Rixo's signature silhouette reimagined in moody florals. 

Rixo Marie Brown Print Dress (£285)

The shirred bodice is ideal for fuller busts. 

Rixo Sally Dress with Embroidery (£295)

We've never met an embroidered dress we didn't like. 

Rixo Annie Green Dogtooth Dress (£315)

Rixo's sellout knitted frock is back in stock. 

Next: It's official—these dresses are winning at Christmas.

This article originally appeared on Who What Wear

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