7.22.20
5 Ways To Wear the Dress of the Summer

“What were you wearing in the summer of 2020?”, asked absolutely no one in the future. Although higher stakes global concerns are on our minds this season and we’ve got fewer social plans on our calendars than ever before, we’re still putting some thought into what we’re wearing this season and it boils down to just a few easy dresses and some matchy-matchy loungewear.

We’re seeing soft summer white dresses on everyone this summer and we’re calling it the dress of summer 2020. It seems the heavier the season is, the lighter we want our wardrobe to be. A white summer dress is the fashion equivalent of chilled rosé: light, sweet, crisp and definitely ‘summer’.

Jenni Kayne Summer Dress | (above) This breezy white tank from Jenni Kayne is literally named just “Summer Dress” by the brand. It makes sense: it’s all we want to wear around the house, to the market, to the beach and on short trips.

Co Essentials White Tiered Dress | (left) Next to an actual bathing suit, there’s likely nothing lighter to wear in hot summer months than this tiered white dress. While this cut is the opposite of body-con, it’s surprisingly flattering paired with sandals and a straw hat.

Michelin Linen Dress In Garden Rose | (right) This sweet print and dramatic sleeve take the white dress trend up and over. You may feel like you’re starring in your period piece in this gathered puff sleeve, but we think you can pull it off.
Meadows Anemone Dress| The ultimate Bohemian full-length dress they’ll swear is vintage. Buy and wear this gathered waist, embroidered dress this summer — and every summer to come.

The Super-Soft Summer Jean Coverall | Not a dress person? These white denim coveralls will let you embrace the summer trend and still wear pants. We love a good one-piece and these coveralls are one of the best around.

Sir The Label Alena Wrap Midi Dress | An adaptable wrap dress rounds out our list. This simple midi boasts string-tied puffed sleeves and irresistible subtle tiers.

 

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  1. I really love to study your blog as they are very different from others.

    nitin rampuria | 07.23.2020 | Reply
  2. It would be nice if your article included average and plus size women. The model in the Michelle Linen dress looks painfully thin. If you want women to see themselves in the products, showing more inclusive images is helpful. In the last FFF sale, the clothes looked to be modeled by FFF staff and it was refreshing.

    Lee Ann | 07.31.2020 | Reply

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