The Spring Dresses To Wear Now

The Spring Dresses To Wear Now

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The temperatures are rising and as such, our clothing gets lighter and we have spotted all the dress trends that we’ll wear this spring. The good news are that spring-summer dresses are fuss-free and easy to wear-and-go, like the iconic wrap dress credited to Diane von Fürstenberg, a fashion designer, as her creation. The best news are that any one of the following trends are easy enough for everyone adopt. So, these are the spring dresses to wear now, based on the fashion trends we got on our radars:

A fab wrap dress with spaghetti straps and vertical stripes, looking sexy on this model. Image by Girls on Film.

Image by Girls on Film (via). A wrap dress with vertical stripes looking fine!

A white dress is a must have staple. You can dress it up or down depending on mood and/or occasion. Then, there’s the wrap dress with its sexy vibe – a classic that you can always count on. But, thank goodness body cons are OUT! So, hide those away (at least a while). To be honest, I never liked them too much, but fashion does go in circles so they’ll be back again at some point. 😉 One last thing to note, is that any length goes (mini, midi and maxi). However, it’s all in the details. If you go for a mini length, then ruffles give will give it a sweet, girly vibe. If you go for a maxi length, then show some skin. Therefore, go for an off-shoulder. Midi lengths look great if you wear statement shoes and a statement belt around your waist. 😉

Dress Fashion Trends:

vibrant vertical stripes

(think of rainbow stripes for a big impact – Brigitte Bardot wore those too, or  blue and white for a flirty nautical style)

polka dots and ruffles

punchy florals

long-off shoulders

boho chic

belted mini

Tip: the one jewel accessory to introduce again in your outfits are the earring hoops. Oh yes! the 90’s are coming back with a bite!

The model on the left is a pair of denims and a trench coat is walking alongside a model with a mini polka dot dress with ruffles and a blush pink overcoat. Image by Girls on Film.

Image by Girls on Film (via). A blush pink overcoat over a polka dot wrap dress with polka dots surely looks stylish! A blush pink trench and some cowboy ankle boots are one of the many styling options.

A black polka dot mini dress is a must have wardrobe staple, as worn by beautiful model with long hair. Image by Girls on Film.

Image by Girls on Film (via)

A white dress is a must have - should pick one of the two. Both look good on these models. Image by Girls on Film.

Image by Girls on Film (via)

A lace white dress with ruffles. How feminine - worn by a beautiful young woman! Image by Girls on Film.

Image by Girls on Film (via)

A beautiful floral print dress with a long-off shoulder line worn by a beautiful model. Image by Dorothy Perkins.

Image by Dorothy Perkins (via). Long-off shoulders with a floral print. Can’t beat the combo!

A boho like white short dress looks fine on a young model. Image by House of Fraser.

Image by House of Fraser (via). Don’t you just love how easy going boho chic style is? A Maison De Nimes dress.

A denim dress with strappy shoulders and a black belt around the waist can't go unnoticed judging from this image of a young model. Image by River Island.

Image by River Island (via). Although I would never choose to wear this pair of shoes, I do admit that they make an interesting statement paired to this denim dress.

A blue and white stripe wrap dress combined with a straw bag looks really summery on this model. Image by M&S.

Image by M&S (via) A straw bag and a striped wrap dress and off we go to the islands…

More inspiration…

A sapphire blue maxi dress with a print. Image by Sosandar.

Image by Sosandar (via)

An Orla Kiely dress with a punchy pink floral print. Image by Very Exclusive.

Image by Very Exclusive (via). An Orla Kiely dress with a punchy pink floral print.

A white boho style dress by Orla Kiely at Very Exclusive. Image by Very Exclusive.

Image by Very Exclusive (via). Another Orla Kiely dress for a boho style.

A black and white chevron pattern maxi dress. Image by House of Fraser.

Image by House of Fraser (via)

I think these cover up pretty much the trends on spring dresses. Nothing groundbreaking, but if we adopt the ones we like the most, then we can surely make them work for us.

Love always, xx

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