Alright, so we all know that fashion is going mad over minimalist wardrobes comprised of mainly grey marle and denim, but sometimes a girl just needs a bloomin' pretty dress. (literally blooming or not)
It's fab that people are all about "buying classics" and "investing in staples", but do you really think they are consuming any less? I think what they're really doing is just... buying more grey marle! And more denim! It's female justification 101.
Rant aside though, this post is an ode to the humble feminine dress, long forgotten at the back of our closets behind all that black, grey and breton. A dress can make you feel gorgeous when you don't, or solve an outfit crisis on the day of an event (oh hey, that sounds familiar) , or give your boyfriend eyes like that loveheart-eyed-emoji. Never underestimate its powers.
And anyway, it's Spring. In Spring, we wear dresses.
Green Fleur Wood dress
Country Road white dress
Collette Dinnigan red dress
Camilla & Marc dress
Alexander Wang LBD
Black Topshop leather dress
Topshop beachy dress
Saba stripe dress
Review tea party dress
Summer evening dress
Zimmerman floral dress
Work dresses are a notable absence from this post, as they're honestly the most boring type of dress to shop for, and who wants to talk about work anyway. (Helloooo Monday, you stink.)
I'd love to hear your opinion on the role of dresses in your wardrobe. Do you wear them? Do you own many?