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                                                   French Connection £87.50

Hi Everyone
Looking in the magazines and the shops at the moment, I am finding myself drawn to these lovely printed floaty shirt/shift dresses. I know there is a big 70's and pastel vibe going on out there but I think these dresses are going to be big news this year too. What is your favourite trend for your summer wardrobe this year?

                                             Aquascutum London £120.00

I think you would need to keep this look pretty simple and not over accessorise, I'm thinking block heels and a matching handbag, keep it simple.

This is beautiful. I would pair this with a suede clutch and maybe suede slingbacks, very lady-like. It's a little bit paired down to some of the prints I have seen, and only purchasable in my dreams (Salvatore Ferragamo)

This one from  River island £45.00 is so cool looking, black sandals and bag is all you need to finish it off. One great thing about a dress is, it's a one piece, throw it on and your good to go!

I had to add this one, I know it's not a shirt dress, but a kaftan. I want to introduce you to my insta-gram friend Lanka. There are some timeless pieces here This dress is really eye catching simple design but really graphic.

I really cant wait now, for the weather to be warm, and not be wrapped up to the nines in coats, scarves. Roll on warmer weather! Have you bought a special item to wear for the summer or found a great bargain out there some wear? Do tell! would love to hear from you

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