So whilst there has been a heavy focus on the floaty spring-time florals, with wrap dresses galore, we know this isn’t quite for everyone. I’m in that camp so for the powers that be to provide us with a gorgeous shift dress to contrast beautifully to the rest of the collection, we’re spoilt.
It’s still in keeping with those springtime florals, with a dusty pink base and a smattering of reds, blues, creams and greens, this dress is one of the easiest we have to accessorise, because it will go with literally anything that you have that are in line with those pastel tones.
The dress shape is flattering with an A line skirt and side ties to draw you in at the waist if that’s your thing, or you can keep it looser if it’s not! Means I can cinch it early in the day and then let it later to make room for cake because lets face it, a dress that you can eat cake in is a winner.
For daytime I would pair it with cream and ivory balboas.
The fabric is lined making it weighty enough that you won’t freeze on a more brisk spring day, but still light enough for summertime when you’re wanting to crack those bare legs out. The versatility of this dress means that you can wear it with thick tights and flats as well as dressing it up with a pair of heels. It really is very easy to wear for all occasions so you’ll definitely get your cost per wear down.
For evening I would dress it up with Chelsea Crew Sergeis in gold.
This dress would be perfect for any and all occasions so this dress is going to fly out! Get ready for all those summer events by purchasing the floral shift dress HERE.