These dresses have been cropping up all over Instagram this summer
A great summer dress is a staple in any woman’s wardrobe. It can carry you from a day in the garden to a barbecue to a night out (remember those?), and playing with bright colours and prints is what this time of year is all about.
I spend a lot of time gathering style inspiration on Instagram, saving outfits that spark joy, and mentally filing ideas that I can recreate from my own wardrobe. There are so many fabulous summer dresses on the high street right now that I’ve seen time and again on my feed, that I felt I had to share them for some mid-summer retail therapy.
Embroidered dress, €49.99 from Zara
Puff-sleeved cotton dress, €22.99 from H&M
Venus turquoise dip-dye maxi dress, €388.95 from Rixo
Ivory print double V maxi dress, €68 from Topshop
ASOS DESIGN puff sleeve maxi dress with pephem in 70’s floral, €48.99 from ASOS
Puff sleeve linen midi dress, €99 from & Other Stories
Printed halter neck dress, €49.95 from Zara
Smocked cotton dress, €27.99 from H&M
Ash black ditsy floral dress, €171.95 from Rixo
Black and white gingham cross back smock midi dress, now €34 from Topshop
Warehouse tiered floral print mini dress in multi, now €52.26 from ASOS
Bustier balloon mini dress, now €174 from & Other Stories
Rustic gingham dress, €29.95 from Zara
Seersucker dress, €22.99 from H&M
ASOS DESIGN belted maxi tea dress with balloon sleeve in floral print, €62.99 from ASOS
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