Last week’s Navy & grey capsule wardrobe highlighted the popularity of these easy-to-wear colours.
They are the core neutrals in many readers’ wardrobes. And well they should be! Navy is timeless and elegant. Not as energy-absorbing as black and more flattering on many skin tones.
What a perfect colour around which to base your travel wardrobe!
This week I’ve found some BEAUTIFUL navy dresses. They’re everywhere right now! From short to maxi length, plain and striped, floral and embroidered.
Which is your pick?
Top 10 navy dresses
1 Seed Wrap maxi dress – This one says Christmas Day to me. What do you think? Elegant and feminine for Christmas dinner with the family.
2 Gorman Organic splice raglan dress – Throw this one on with a pair of sandals or sneaks and you’ve got a comfortable everyday running around/touristing outfit.
3 French Connection Double layer dress – I love this style of dress! Its simplicity means it can be dressed down with flat sandals, but could also pass as a cocktail dress with some sexy heels!
4 Sussan Navy spliced stripe dress – Loose and easy to wear – stripes are always a good idea!
5 Bohemian Traders Poet dress – Feel like dancing? Then this is the dress for you! Such pretty embroidery and lace detail.
6 Sussan Navy cutwork hem dress – The delicate cutwork on this lovely long dress adds femininity.
7 Lazybones Sascha dress – You don’t see smocking too often on dresses these days, but I love the vintage feel that it creates.
8 French Connection Boardwalk stripe shirt dress – For those lovely ladies not so into frills and ruffles, this smart stripe will look gorgeous with some flat sandals.
9 Seed Back tied maxi – A similar shape to 3, but with a little bit of back on display for some sexy shoulder blade action!
10 Sussan Washed floral midi dress – The black, blue and grey colours in this lovely dress combine to create a soft and subtle floral print.
I need a new navy dress myself since my old Country Road one has been thoroughly worn out. I’m thinking the Bohemian Traders one (5) – I love a frill!
Which one is calling your name?
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