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Choosing your Favorite Summer Dress Style

Here’s a little overview of some of my favorite dresses I wore this summer, for different occasions. If you bring these 5 dresses with you, you will never be out of anything to wear. They are all versatile and fun to combine with different bags, shoes and accessories. Enjoy and shop the looks in the side bar!

1. The Maxi Dress

I love these kind of simple and figure hugging long dresses for breezy summer afternoons and beachy strolls. Combined with a floppy hat and handmade tote basket, I feel this look goes a long way.

2. The Wrap Around Dress

A beautiful way to show your feminine curves is in one of these (floral) wrap around dresses, perfect for spring and summer. A little sexier than the long maxi dress, but still classy and subtle. I love wearing dresses like this to the beach, to lounges and drinks, and lazy Sunday brunches. More suitable for tropical climates when combined with sandals, but if you dare to wear something like this with high heels or boots it can also be great for more sophisticated places. It just depends on how you “dress the dress”.

3. The Off-Shoulder Dress

Again more of a day-time dress, I love the sexy and feminine feel of a good off-shoulder dress. Particularly in love with this leopard print, and you can combine this dress with sneakers for a funky look, or high heels for a more classy style, or maybe just simple flip flops for doing your groceries.

4. The Slit Leg Jumpsuit Dress

This is actually not a dress, but it kinda looks like it. I love jumpsuits because they are a little sexier and more figure hugging than maxi dresses, and often show some leg in the process.


5. The “Not So Basic Black” Dress

Every girl needs a little black dress, but personally I find the regular ones a bit boring. This super cute cutout tube dress is one of my favorites for cocktails and club nights. Very sexy and shapes you in the right places. You can’t go wrong with this one for a night out.

 

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