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As we start to think about holidays, I though it was about time to showcase some favourite dresses for the summer. From day to evening, casual yet dressy here's our top 3 picks.
The maxi dress, always a holiday hit and looks great with wedges or sandals
The printed tunic dress - wear it with cropped leggings and baseball boots for a casual day look
The colour pop dress - this coral dress would look fab teamed with metallic heels and a funky clutch bag
What will you be wearing this summer? Check out all our dresses and find your perfect wardrobe piece.
White is the perfect summer go-to tone due to its lightness and elegance. This SS15 designer's collections featured more of a casual silhouette giving off an effortless, relaxed vibe. We love how Bora Aksu incorporated crochet into his collection combining it with lightweight fabrics for a fresh update of the all white outfit.
We love the all white everything look - minimal but sophisticated.
Wear this trend now by pairing a white sheer panelled t shirt with a white midi skirt for a sleek finish.
Or try a classic white shirt with a pair of jeans and contrasting pair of heels.
With many collections featuring cut outs with mesh overlay we couldn't forget this trend which is already proving to be very popular with celebrities and fashion bloggers.
HOW TO WEAR : We aren't all daring enough to opt for all sheer everything so pair your sheer items with opaques for an on trend but elegant look. We recommend sheer panel t shirts with wide leg pants and heeled sandals.
All of us are dreaming of being on a white sand beach with turquoise waters... Far away from the grey UK weather. However for now we may have to settle for gorgeous shades of blue and turquoise in our wardrobe which have been spotted several times during fashion week for Ss15 including Elie Saab's beautiful collection at PFW featuring aquamarine and jewel toned blues featured above.
HOW TO WEAR : Mix your blue palette with white to create a beautiful summery contrast. Add jewel tones to add depth and glamour.
The classic monochrome was a sure winner this SS15 incorporated into graphic prints to create a new and exciting update. Holly Fulton's intricate designs were super wearable with a relaxed slightly oversized feel for a casual but stylish look. Monochrome is here to stay.
HOW TO WEAR : Monochrome is a great trend as its so easy to wear and isn't too intimidating. With the help of monochrome you can look perfectly polished with minimum effort. Pair a printed black t shirt with some jeans and heeled black ankle boots.
We love a good print and a bright splash of colour here at Eden. Our new Spring/Summer arrivals are bursting with personality! Here are some of our favourites to give you a little inspiration.
Bright colours aren't everyones thing. But prints should be! Here is our little black 'Govic' dress by Barcelona based brand Smash! Govic features a beautiful intricate monochromatic print and the style is great to wear all year round... plus the fabric is super soft.
Monochrome and a pop of colour is a great combination, especially when contrasting different prints against each other to give a really abstract feel. Another amazing Smash creation below is our 'Pallas' dress which contrasts monochrome and colour prints perfectly.
This lady is definitely rocking some amazing prints and colour. Our Opaline dress has a beautiful peacock inspired design in a mixture of greens, blue and oranges.
This Spring the key colours for your wardrobe are pastels in shades of mint green, blue and pink.These pastel shades might be sugary sweet but with the right styling even pastel pink can have an edge.
How to: Mint Jumper
Mint Jumper + pastel statement necklace = the perfect match.
Combine your mint jumper with a pop of colour such as these rich burgundy jeans and a smart shirt.
How to: Floral Printed Jeans
Floral jeans can be incorporated into your look any time of year.
How to: Pink Jumper
Pair a chunky knit with a dainty bag, ripped blue jeans and pointed nude courts for a sophisticated look.
How to: Icy Blue Jumper
Icy blue shades look great paired with bright white and neutral tones.