A shirt dress is an easy style to throw on, you can wear it at work, to brunch or even to dinner. A printed version is one of my spring/summer wardrobe staples, styling it with Stan Smith’s, gladiator sandals or studded boots. I’ve picked out 5 versatile print dresses that will work all summer long for multiple occasions.
I recently bought this printed, loose fit shirt dress from ba&sh and it’s brilliant. The A-line cut means it compliments my figure well and the wide neckline gives it a feminine twist. I like to toughen up the geometric print with my favourite pair of Chloe boots and a Saint Laurent shoulder bag.
This lightweight dress from Vila is a lovely relaxed fit making it ideal for hot days. The knee length hemline means that it’s suitable for the office, just add a dark red lip and a pair of strappy heels to take the look to dinner. Accessorise the look with some stacking bangles and a simple waist belt for a more feminine shape.
The tie around the waist of this dress from La Redoute is the epitome of a ladylike silhouette. It’ll accentuate your figure making it super chic. I always look for pieces which have maximum adaptability and this certainly does; the pretty print makes this perfect for my day job, but if I wore it with chunky heels and statement earrings I could wear this to an event such as the Henley Regatta or Wimbledon.
This vintage-inspired print dress from Lavand has a drawstring waist, which creates a subtle feminine shape. It’s the kind of shirt dress i’d wear on a warm city break or on holiday so i’d team it with a pair of gladiator sandals and a Janessa Leone sun hat.
Fun and flirty this two-tone print dress with ruffled cuffs is perfect for easy weekend dressing or casual cocktails. If you’re looking to create a slimmer silhouette a skater style dress will definitely do the trick. Heels or flats this little number will work day to night.
Bag: Saint Laurent
Sunglasses: Quay Australia
Earrings: Davina Combe
Necklace: Berrymead Studio
Tan: This Works
Nail Varnish: Essie