Not only did the ever-stylish Mary-Kate and Ashley follow the dress code but they made yet another fashion statement. Mary-Kate was in a satin, kimono-inspired mini-dress, paired with Balenciaga mules. On the other hand, Ashley wore a long sleeveless dress in black, accented by white embroidery.
This style lesson got us on the hunt for similar dresses we too could wear at an upcoming wedding or just to simply prove that florals are good to have in your wardrobe arsenal.
Miss Selfridge Tie Shoulder Camisole Dress
If you’re not ready to go for a full-print of florals, start off with this dress that features long-stemmed flowers. It’s fun and on-trend with the tassel tie silhoutte. Best for a party. Available online.
Mango Printed Off-Shoulder Dress
For something that can both go casual with sandals and be dressed up in heels, go for this delicate dress in white featuring blue flowers. Available at SM Megamall.
Zalora Collection Layer Fluted Dress Sleeve Dress
Take a cue from the flowy silhouettes that’s a constant on the runway, and don this dress by Zalora. It’s comfortable and easy to wear for any occasion given its dark blue color. Available online.
Marks and Spencer Floral Print Ruffle Maxi Dress
Given the vivid color scheme of this dress, I can see this to be the best option for a poolside cocktail party. It’s then a must-pack for your next tropical getaway. Just don’t forget a pair of nude slides. Available online.
Zara Floral Print Dress
If you don’t want to do the usual ultra-feminine look, opt for this bright green shirt dress. You can pair over pants for a casual vibe during colder weather aside from wearing it as is during a brunch out. Available at Greenbelt 5.