We’re already looking forward to Chelsea Flower Show which kickstarts the summer season. We’ve got some fabulous dresses lined up for you! Here are some of our favourites.
Floral Dresses for the Flower Show
From our Scandi friends Baum und Pferdgarten we have a beautiful short sleeved floral midi dress called Ailani. We’ve already had to restock this once already in freezing January and it’s proving popular with its Victorian puff shoulders, easy to wear v-neck and throw on shape. We especially love its pockets! If you’ve got blue eyes or love a blue dress you should definitely consider this.
Staying on the cotton theme, we do love a cotton summer dress and Dea Kudibal has got some lovely designs this season. The My dress comes in two colours and again is proving popular as we’ve restocked this in time for the Chelsea Flower Show. We particularly like the white and navy version which looks fabulous if you’ve got the height to go with it! If you’re feeling bolder why not try the green version (we didn’t buy the matching sunhat)? The My dresses are beautiful quality, a long midi, they have a flattering ¾ length sleeve, a self-tie belt which cinches you in, and are comfortable to wear.
If you’re wanting a cotton dress but more the ‘one colour sort of girl’, why not consider the Tina dress from Rails which is a striking black cap sleeve midi summer dress. It’s really chic and you really can’t go wrong with this stylish number.
We’re in love with the Dingy dress from Essentiel Antwerp which is a shirt dress in a bold, floral print. So eye-catching and so striking if you want to go for flower power impact this is the dress for you! With its button through design and two safari front flat pockets and wide coloured belt that cinches you in, in the perfect midi length, you literally just have to throw on a pair of black shades, summer wedges and off you go. This is a shape that will suit any bust size and gives a hint of Audrey Hepburn 1950’s vibes. We love it!
From our two favourite French brands, Ba&sh and Des Petits Hauts, we suggest these two dresses. The Tounia dress from Des Petits Hauts in its bright fuschia print. It’s a sleeveless v-neck midi dress which you can easily throw a knit or blazer over. And from Ba&sh we have a maxi called the Daryl dress which has a lovely purple and red print in an easy to wear v neck, with an empire line that finishes under the bust so it skims over your tummy.
Spoilt For Choice
We have other brands such as Pearl & Caviar, MABE, Hofmann Copenhagen, Stine Goya, Stella Nova, and the oh-so-popular Pink City Prints, all arriving in time to kit you out for the Chelsea Flower Show. We hope you enjoy our 2023 dress collection.