The second installation in the sundress season; thanks for all your positive responses to my whitewash post! It seems silly writing it on such a miserable day, but I suppose we can try and inspire the weather to follow our lead.
Stripes are always a surefire for summer style; here are a few of my favourites to get your juices flowing.
Perfect for breezy summer days in the office, this organza beauty from ASOS’s upmarket line WHITE can be dressed down for park picnics or up for a wedding or party.
Organza dress (£75)
Your classic sundress shape from Weekday, with a bow-tie cutout for extra style kudos.
Page dress (£45)
Weekday strikes again with thick boating-inspired block stripes, roomy enough to take you out of the house on those swelteringly hot days.
Block dress (£35)
Throw this Finery London dress on on any lazy Monday morning for an instant pick-me-up (and fashion points to last you through the week). The asymmetrical stripes draw the eye in to the waist and elongate your legs, whilst still being obscenely comfortable.
Akerman dress (£69)
Be ever-brunch-date-ready with a natural fibre day-dress softened by a frill. Metallic sandals or nude heels keep this look modern.
For a more relaxed take on natural textiles, try a rope dress belted casually with espadrilles for a beachy feel.
Rope dress (£38)
Sporty chic + stripy sundress = S/S16 heaven, and who better to rise to the mantle than Fred Perry? Style with baskets and hit the courts.
Polo dress (£70)
Or, if you fancy your striped mini with a little edge, Lazy Oaf bring a polo neck and cute embroidery to the table.
Lazy Oaf (£55)
Warning: This dress will make you look taller. A new workwear favourite from Asos.
And my personal favourite; the Ralph Lauren shirt dress. A worthy investment piece, as it simply never seems to go out of style.
Let me know what you guys want to see next from the sundress season! Hope you enjoyed the post.
Peace and love,
The NCLinsider xx