Nature has already welcome summer but has your wardrobe welcome the latest summer outfits? If not yet, then what are you waiting for? We have compiled a list of cool summer dresses that will make you look hotter and soaring the already soared temperature and which will force you to upgrade your wardrobe for upcoming summers:-
You can continue flaunting in floral this year as well. You can go for a Sunday brunch in Pencil dress or rock with friends in Laurent dress or just stroll down in a silk dress, everything in floral print will do well.
Midi dress is must-to-have in summers. You have numerous options for such outfits. You can either go for those flattering printed dresses in cotton or you can opt for the denim look. 1990’s patchwork print has also rebounded back.
Little White Dress
Little white dress comes in various styles, like high-low, tiered lace dress with embroidery, sheath dresses, crepe dresses, cocktail dresses, A-Line dresses and many more. You can make others go ‘wow’ in any of these.
Such kind of dress, a way easy to wear, is perfect for your summer day out. It suits every body type and is available mostly in floral print and neutral leopard print.
Pretty much trendy this summer, polka-dotted dresses can go well for your bedtime and even for strolling in the park. This pattern in swimsuits, tops, slip dresses and also those square-neck dresses is quite quotidian.
Cherry print is the new ‘floral print’ of 2019. Whether you opt for a printed cotton dress, a Teale dress or any button-down, the cherry print is highly desired by fashionistas this summer.
This summer has welcome your summer looks by starry print in your long skirts, frilled tops, crepe dresses and even nighties.
White jeans and pants don’t fail to give you professional look (when you talk of those slim fit trousers which we have seen in 1970s) as well as casual looks (those jeans with rough edges).
T-shirt and Shirt Dress
There is a huge range available both online as well as offline, be it plain or embroidered, printed or stripe belted, high low or long, you just have to pick one for yourself and you are ready to wander.
Refurbish that old 1970’s look with the all-new halter dress on a bright summer day. A white cami dress in the floral print or cherry print would be a panacea to any of your day out.
Even today, you can welcome your crochet dresses with open arms. A crochet dress in rainbow colors is perfect for a beach party.
Draped Linen Dress
It’s time to update your wardrobe to solid colors with a different style of dresses. You can look for linen cowl dresses, draped linen kurti to style your jeans with, and some with asymmetrical hem.
The market has come up with a huge range of styles in seasonal prints from floral to midi, vintage to maxi, the figure-flattering tea dresses can be styled up or down with ease. Ankle boots and a cute hat will surely complement your bold daytime event look. This will undoubtedly bring back those not so fading memories of the 20th century.
Pretty easy to wear, umbrella stripped dresses leave the wearer highly comfortable even if it’s worn the whole day long. From off the shoulder to tiered tunic, from maxi to midi, from printed cotton to ball gown skirt, from a linen crop top to belted dress, you can choose any as per your requirement.
Bell sleeves have been the thing of past, 2019 has come up with the puff sleeves in all the lengths- short, medium and long. Your take can be either boat neck or deep square neck, a top or a one-piece, plain or laced, a button-down or a button-up, puff sleeves are dominating everywhere this spring.
So, are you set to upgrade your wardrobe with the latest spring collection?
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