Browsing the items featured in the Moda Operandi Navy Training editorial. There are some gorgeous items featured, including these 5 navy blue dresses. It’s hard to pick just one navy blue dress as our favorite. But if we had to pick just one, we’d pick the Kenzo pleated maxi dress.

Kenzo Silk Crepe De Chine Long Sleeve navy blue dress

Kenzo Navy Silk Crepe De Chine Long Sleeve Gown

This dress comes with a $1080 price tag. Material is 100% silk.

What we like: The long length, the loose fit, the pleated detail, the side slits, the silky look of the fabric and of course the navy blue color.

How we’d style: We love the clutch the featured model is carrying so we’d keep that. But we’d probably change the shoes. The style on the model works, but we think a color in the luggage brown family would be more interesting. Or maybe black.

Kenzo Dots & Logo Jacquard Jumper Navy Blue Dress

Kenzo Dots & Logo Jacquard Jumper DressThis Kenzo polka dot jacquard jumper style navy blue dress comes with a $755 price tag. Made of 98% cotton, 2% elastane. It’s styled in the photo with a red Proenza Schouler clutch and white Aquazzura pumps.

What we like: The way the color of the polka dots blend in with the navy blue color of the dress. The way the dress looks like it’s a jumper. The gold button accents.

How we’d style: Although we like the look the Moda Operandi stylists put together, we probably wouldn’t wear this dress with pumps. We like the way the red clutch works with the navy. Instead of the white pumps we might go with block-heeled luggage, brown, nude, tan or similar color sandals.

Ellery Meridian Silk-Organza Navy Blue Dress

Ellery Meridian Silk-Organza Dress

This Ellery Meridian Silk-Organza navy blue dress comes with a $1410 price tag. The main part of the dress is made of 100% silk. The contrast part of the dress is made of 96% wool and 4% spandex. The dress is styled in the photo with Edie Parker clutch and Tibi mules.

What we love: The simplicity of the dress, the navy blue color, the opulent look of the fabric.

How we’d style: The Edie Parker clutch works for us. We like the Tibi mules but we’d probably go with black strappy stiletto sandals.

J.W. Anderson Striped Wrap Navy Blue Dress

J.W. Anderson Striped Wrap Dress

This J.W. Anderson Striped Wrap Dress  comes with a $1045 price tag. Described as “a study in pinstripe perfection”, the dress features “origami-like folds and subtle drapery”. Styled in the photo with a J.W. Anderson tote and Tibi mules.

What we love: The pinstripe style, the long belt accent, the sleeves.

How we’d style:  We like the combination of the olive green leather bag with the navy white pinstripe dress. But we’d probably change the style of shoes from mules to ankle strap sandals.

Rochas Belted Duchesse Satin Navy Blue Dress

 Rochas Belted Duchesse Satin Dress This Rochas Belted Duchesse Satin Dress comes with a $1350 price tag. Satiny look 100% polyester dress featuting “a feminine silhouette and flattering, knotted cinched waist”. Shown above with an Edie Parker clutch and Brian Atwood pumps.

What we love:  The simple but elegant style. The satiny look of the fabric.

How we’d style: Again the only thing we would change would be the shoes. We like the style of the Brian Atwood pumps; but we’d wear them in black.

Which of these navy blue dresses has your name on it? Tell us in the comments.

Meanwhile if you like and want to purchase one of these dresses you can shop them at Moda Operandi.

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