Pretty prints, pops of colour and a relaxed silhouette?
It is definitely time for a Tea Dress.
What was traditionally a casual dress you wore at home whilst having tea, is now a wardrobe life saver that can be worn in multiple settings, all year round.
What is a Tea Dress?
A Tea Dress was traditionally a loose fitted, unstructured dress, with short sleeves and a three-quarter length hemline.
It is typically made of light weight fabric in pretty feminine prints and pops of colour. It is versatile and suitable for all body types. The Tea Dress can be worn everywhere with the varied sleeve lengths, hemlines and different silhouettes.
Wardrobe Wonder Dress
The Tea Dress is an essential dress in every wardrobe.
It is the perfect dress to wear as the varied silhouettes and sizes, guarantees, you will find one that suits your body shape.
It is also incredibly versatile as it can be dressed up or down depending on your accessories and make-up. As the Tea Dress typically is made from busy prints, I would suggest that you don’t over-style the outfit or add too many accessories.
The Allrounder of Dresses
Where can you wear a Tea Dress? Well for Tea of course!
Depending on how you style the dress, it can be worn everywhere from work, to the shops, lunch, school pick-up, a dinner date and a wedding.
How to wear Tea Dress?
The Tea Dress is the ideal trans-seasonal piece to have in your wardrobe.
In the warmer climate, I would suggest you wear your tea dress with flat sneakers, sandals or espadrilles during the day, and heels at night. There is no need to add any extra layers to the look during Spring and Summer.
As the climate cools down however, styling your Tea Dress is a game of layers. I love layering mine with a turtle neck worn underneath, a cardigan, blazer or a long length coat. Finish this look with a pair of boots and some delicate jewellery.
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