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Rock This Summer in Floral Dresses
By Modalist Editor
Dresses are the perfect attire to step up your spring/summer style. You can beat the summer heat in maxi dresses, knee-length dresses and even mini dresses. The best print during this time of the year is floral print. You can update your wardrobe with lots of floral printed dresses which are airy. From big prints to lighter ones, you can have a varied style. Instead of always going for the lighter colors, you can also go for black and bring out your bold yet feminine side.
Light Colored Floral Dresses
You can choose the usual light colored dresses with small floral prints. A dress with long sleeves or a closed neck can add some freshness to your regular outfit. You can accessorize these styles of light floral printed dresses with chain bags and flat pumps.
Look Fresh in a Light Colored Floral Print Dress
Image Credit - Lars Anders
Knee-Length Floral Printed Dresses
If you are looking for an edgy look, a skater dress can do wonders. You can go for light colored ones with bright and big floral prints. These dresses will define your waist and will accentuate your figure. You can carry a mini bag with the dress and wear edgy pumps.
Get That Edgy Look with Fit and Flare Floral Dresses
Image Credit - Tinxi
Dark Colored Floral Printed Dresses
While everybody will tend to choose light colored floral printed dresses to look cool this summer, you can go the unconventional way by dressing up in a black dress with bright floral prints. You will definitely stand out from the crowd. Matching shoulder bag and platform heels complete the styling.
Go for An Unconventional Look with Black Floral Print Dress
Image Credit - Lars Anders
Floral Printed Maxi Dresses
A floor grazing maxi dress with small floral prints will look elegant and will be perfect for any age group. You can pair it up with a clutch or a shoulder bag and wear high heels to complete your look.
Look Elegant in A Floral Printed Maxi Dress
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