Sundresses are must-haves for the spring and summer

One of the best things about the spring and summer weather is being able to wear sundresses.  Those one-piece wonders can be worn for casual, semi-formal, and even formal occasions.  With so many styles to choose from, all a girl has to do in order to dress a sundress up or down is to change her accessories and shoes.

This look costs less than $30.

Sundress at the Front Door

Earrings – Claire’s

Sundress – Bealls Florida

Sandals – Belk

For a trip to the beach choose loose-fitting, lightweight fabric.  For casual occasions a fitted spandex dress (like the one pictured) is the perfect look.  For more formal occasions a maxi dress paired with heels and statement jewelry might be more appropriate.  Sundresses can be flowy or fitted.  They can be long or short.  They can be made from every type of fabric from cotton to silk.  Sundresses vary in price and style, but nothing beats a sundress for comfort when the weather is warm.

Here’s some advice when it comes to choosing sundresses.  A sundress should be comfortable, otherwise what’s the point in wearing it.  However, there is a difference between a sundress and a moo-moo.  Moo-moos were meant to be worn in the house.  Don’t wear oversized dresses that look like tents in public.  Also, keep sundresses simple.  Avoid dresses with excessive straps and complicated embellishments that take away from the comfort of the dress.  But don’t be afraid to accessorize a sundress.  Wearing a matching blazer, cardigan sweater, or denim jacket with a sundress makes it functional for cooler temperatures.

Yellow Sundress Front View

Sundress – Kmart

Sandals – Secret Celebrity

Sundress by the Lake Looking Left

 

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