With summer quickly approaching, one thing is for sure, the weather will be hot and you'll need to add some dresses to your wardrobe. Here in South Florida it already feels like summer. Therefore you're in luck because I have a dress for just about every occasion and every body. Sometimes dresses have the indication that you have to get dressed up or be uncomfortable so I'm going to show you should options that can work for different occasions.
Ill call this the flowy flower dress. This dress just screams summer fashion. The color is fun and bright, the material is lightweight and it is very flowy and airy. I paired it with a high waisted belt to accentuate my waistline but if can easily be worn without a belt for a more flowy look. I am wearing flat sandals and would say this is a very casual comfortable summer look.
Everyone needs a 2 things for the summer.... a white dress and a maxi dress. So here is the perfect dress for your summer getaway, event, beach stroll or family pictures. This dress is very flowy and has lots of beautiful detailing on the top with ruffles, ruching, and is strapless. This is a fun dress and perfect for summer holidays. I wore this dress for family pictures and it came out stunning. Simple, elegant and timeless. This dress is an Amazon find and is just under $35.
If you're looking for something more fitted, fun and flirty, then you'll love this dress. It comes in several different colors and fits true to size. I love how it ties on both sides and scrunches up making it very forgiving on your waistline. You can easily pair this with high heels for a night out on the town, wedges for brunch or flat sandals or slides for a fashionably casual look.
What kind of dress is more your style? Would you say you like more of an A-line flowy dress, a long maxi dress or a fitted shorter dress? I can not just pick one kind of dress because I like to dress based on the occasion. Hence the 50 dresses in my closet for this summer.
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