If there is an indispensable piece of the summer wardrobe, without a doubt, the printed dress is the perfect item to represent the joy and lightness of the season. This time, the long lengths win the streets and runways, most of the time, with its floral motifs. The high point of the trend is that the versions fit any style according to the design and color cards. Here, I separated some examples of how to wear them.
Camila chose a model with prints in shades of blue and thin straps that form a delicate furrow at the neckline and mark the waist with another set of straps – but still lengthens her silhouette. My choice has tropical vibes, a combination of green in the leaves of the trees and orange. In addition, it has sleeves with asymmetry that form an unpretentious ruffle – ideal for bringing an elegant and feminine movement.
In the collections, more creations to inspire! Tory Burch brought an interpretation of its Bohemian chic universe with furrows that define the shape of the dress – which give a striking effect at the neckline and waist. The vibrant florals feature a classic charm of pieces that circulate the North American Spas. With a predominance of foliage, Rachel Zoe showed her idea with hawaiian perfume in a modern proposal – notice the loose and wide style.
A not so obvious romanticism! Tadashi Shoji bet in floral with a touch of ethnic, both in the traces of the flowers and the selection of contrasting colors – yellow, red, purple, blue… In Ralph & Russo, the pleats dominated the long dresses. I found it wonderful the work that repeats at the neckline, straps and skirt. Also see how the navy blue background creates a delicate match with pastel shades.
The cool gypsies of Etro wore looks with V-neckline and open (almost off the shoulder), deep Purple and embroidered with flowers and lace applications on the hemline. As for Versace, the choice was the animal print in yellow-gold, which refers to the codes of the Italian label. The mix of prints is so characteristic and glamourous!
How about you, have you defined your summer dress yet?! There are numerous references to bring good and fun vibrations for next season’s looks!