Occasions are back this Summer and you want to make a statement. Fear not we have the must-have dresses for every event on your calendar this Summer. From a Ladies Day at the races to the annual family garden party and not forgetting this year’s extra special celebration afternoon tea for the Queen’s Jubilee.
Ladies’ Day at the races
This is your time to shine at the races this Summer. Whether you prefer a feminine, floaty dress or a classic shift with a beautifully tailored jacket. There is a style for everyone, making sure you feel fabulous. The races are the perfect place to embrace accessories. With coordinating hats and fascinators, guaranteed to make your outfit pop and keep you looking effortlessly chic.
It’s not every day we get to go to an event like this, so if you are unsure about how to pull the look together, our stylists are always on hand to guide you. Why not make a day of it and book a styling appointment with your friends.
Garden Party Dresses
The weather is heating up and our gardens are looking glorious. It is the perfect time to gather your closest loved ones together for a garden party.
So what do you wear? A beautiful floral dress is always a good option. There is a pattern and style for everyone. From dainty prints to bold colours and prints, to the always in fashion monochrome print.
As we all know the British weather is always unpredictable, so be prepared with a simple summer hat, your sunblock and a light jacket or knit to cover your shoulder if the temperature dips.
Afternoon Tea Dress for the Queen’s Jubilee
It is an extra special year with the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee and an extra Bank Holiday. With street parties and afternoon tea in every village and town, you will be spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing your occasion to attend.
So let’s get dressed up and celebrate. Go all out in a traditional red, white and blue dress or select a relaxed floral print in your favourite colours.
A comfortable fit is ideal for sitting on picnic blankets enjoying an afternoon cream tea or for standing with your neighbours to enjoy a glass of prosecco.