A Transitional Summer Dress

A Transitional Summer Dress.A Transitional Summer Dress

This year I couldn’t have been happier with my summer wardrobe. I have totally embraced flowing midi dresses, millennial pink accessories and of course wearing sunglasses at any occasion! I wanted to share one last summer dress before I live in jumpers for the rest of the year!

Ever since I returned from Paris I have become obsessed with this monochrome, striped midi dress. I’m trying to get as much wear out of it as possible before packing it up for the slightly colder season! The shirred waist, lightly frilled sleeves and bardot detailing are all so flattering and add a little something extra. I’m really embracing the longer length and the material is really lightweight yet not at all sheer. I’m already dreading being back into skinny jeans after realising just how much freedom this style of dress allows. It’s the perfect everyday dress for packing in your suitcase for a last minute summer break or a city trip.

When it comes to the little details I love adding in a pop of pink. As always I’ve chosen my favourite blush Aspinal Soho Bag which doubles up as a clutch. It’s the perfect size for a few everyday essentials and I wear it at every opportunity. No outfit feels complete without some statement sunnies and these rose gold, mirrored aviators were so affordable but really finish off the outfit. I picked up these pink suede shoes in Primark for only a couple of pounds and I love them. They easily take a casual outfit to something a little more event appropriate, the perfect addition to any shoe collection. All of the pink details make this transitional summer dress more relevant for the current season.

The monochrome stripe design is great for the early days of autumn as it’s not too summery. I already plan on wearing this dress with oversized, knitted cardigans and trainers for cosier days leading up to the winter.

What is your favourite transitional summer dress?

Daisy x

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