What To Wear To Your Next Garden Party
Socialising right now is all about garden gatherings and late summer BBQs, and while our approach to weekend dressing is more relaxed than ever – we still want to look chic. This season, embrace easy summer dresses, modern jumpsuits and broderie blouses, which pair easily with sandals and trainers for effortless (yet enviable) outfits. Here is our guide to garden party dressing.
The easy blouse
This summer, we’re all about button-down blouses in classic silhouettes and playful prints; a simple yet fashion-forward solution to almost every style dilemma. If you want to make a statement at your next garden party, pair our pink broderie blouse with the matching skirt, completing the look with minimalist sandals and subtle gold jewellery. If co-ords aren’t for you, try teaming it with your favourite pair of jeans instead, and a chain necklace (or two) for an elegant, fuss-free outfit.
On days when you’ll likely be segueing between temperatures or formal and casual dress codes, pair blouses with white jeans and shrug on a leather jacket when the temperature drops.
The summer dress
With an abundance of shapes, prints and colours catering to all personal styles, our midi dresses are truly unassuming summer wardrobe heroes. Slip-on-and-go designs in lightweight linen and more luxurious silk styles – all cool enough for those heat waves – will simplify your ‘getting ready’ routine this summer. Just add your favourite leather slides and let the dress do the talking.
Styling a standout dress is a quick way to look ultra-polished, and boost your mood, in an instant.
The modern jumpsuit
As effortless as the midi dress but with a contemporary, utilitarian appeal, the jumpsuit is another favourite one-and-done piece of ours. There is something so inherently cool about our all-in-ones that additional styling can be kept ultra-minimal. Slinkier styles will also add an elegant nonchalance to eveningwear too, so consider styling these versions up with heeled sandals and a slick of lipstick.