Wednesday, 2 August 2017

Why You Should Wear Dresses In The Summer

North Cyprus, london fashion blogger

North Cyprus, london fashion blogger

North Cyprus, london fashion blogger

North Cyprus, london fashion blogger

North Cyprus, london fashion blogger

North Cyprus, london fashion blogger

North Cyprus, london fashion blogger

North Cyprus, london fashion blogger

North Cyprus, london fashion blogger

North Cyprus, london fashion blogger

North Cyprus, london fashion blogger

North Cyprus, london fashion blogger

North Cyprus, london fashion blogger

North Cyprus, london fashion blogger

Summer. It's my favourite time of the year. The sunshine, the warm climate and the fact I can consume as many ice-creams as I like in hopes of cooling down makes me super happy.

One of my go to looks for summer days are dresses. I have and most probably will always rely on dresses. I find them the easiest as it's just one piece of clothing and I don't have to faff around finding something to match. Don't get me wrong, as you can tell from my blog, I always switch up my style from playsuits to skirts and shorts, but dresses will forever be my favourite.

There's something about wearing light colour in the summer. It makes me feel so fresh and I want to say breezy, but I'm aware that's not an adjective, but I'm going to go with it. The dress is so light that it keeps you cool during the summer. The bardot style is perfect for revealing a bit of skin without looking over the top. Personally, you can't go wrong with a bardot, but for those who feel a little conscious and dare I say a little naked, opt for a cold shoulder or something which just grazes across the shoulder.

I teamed this dress with these striped sandals. They're super cute and were under £25. I find that stripes are perfect to bringing a nautical vibe to your look, and when the stripes are quite close together, it can make a outfit look put together and a lot more expensive than it actually is.

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