How to Make Your Casual Summer Dress Look More Expensive
If there’s one thing we do well in Australia, it’s taking advantage of the warmer weather when summer rolls around. And as you’ll often find us heading straight to the beach or a bar after leaving the office, when we find a couple of summer dresses that really work, they can quickly become a bit of a wash, wear, repeat situation.
But nailing your summer wardrobe doesn’t need to be complicated. If you have mastered your 15-piece wardrobe and are trying to keep things simple, all you’ll need to do is add a few styling tricks, plus a couple of investment accessories, to take your casual summer dresses to the next level, and make your whole outfit a little more luxe.
We’ve rounded up some of the key summer dress trends for this year, and there’s sure to be a style that work for you.
Keep scrolling to discover the latest summer dress trends and the accessories to pair them with, and to shop similar styles.
Style notes: Mules are a simpler option to pair with your floaty floral maxi dress, and don't forget the mini top handle bag.
Similar style: Rue Stiic Hadley Maxi Dress ($279).
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