Printed dresses are all the rage this season - and we’re not just talking about floral ones. If you’re not a fan of printed clothes, we’re here to change your mind! Here’s a list of 6 gorgeous printed dresses that are sure to woo you…
1. Out-of-the-box floral prints
Floral prints are evergreen and every girl loves wearing them. This lovely half-sleeved dress spices up the classic floral print by using an exaggerated print on a blue and beige background. The A-line silhouette hides any unsightly bulges you might have around your midriff. Match it with black sandals or heels for a fun date!
2. Brush print shirt dress
Shirt dresses are one of the most comfiest things ever! They’re loose fitting and are easy to move in. This cool white shirt dress with black brushstroke prints is perfect for people who stick to black and white. This dress can be effortlessly paired with gladiator sandals. Add a belt at the waist for a pop of colour.
3. Fruity shirtdress
This cool shirt dress with kiwi fruit prints is perfect for the temperatures we’re facing right now! It’s loose fitting and falls perfectly on every body type. Match it with comfy sneakers and round-framed sunglasses for the perfect hipster look.
4. Abstract prints
Here’s another fun dress with simple geometric prints! The folded cap sleeves make your arms appear slimmer.The drawstring waistline cinches the slimmest part of your waist, hence, making you appear leaner. The cute print makes it a perfect outfit for a summer picnic!
5. Cherry print
Skater dresses are always fun to wear and look good on all figures. This light pink skater dress with green cherry motifs is super adorable! It can be matched with any pastel coloured flats for a comfy day at college.
6. Subtly colourful
This cute skater dress with complex geometric patterns is gorgeous and chic. It has a lot of colours on it yet it manages to look subtle. The cinched waist gives an illusion of a slimmer figure. You can match this cute dress with nude heels for a day out with friends.
* This is a sponsored post for United Colours Of Benetton.
Published on Jul 18, 2016