The summer dress with a balance of feminine and relaxed vibes.
So, Pomelo apparently has the best dresses in town at the moment – I keep going there to take a look at the dresses for ages and can imagine wearing about a ton of them but luckily I’m practical and economical. For the purpose of drooling over a specific style of dress, you know I gotta share it here and break down the style details of why this is THE dress.
Speaking of the details, this dress is so minimalist that from afar you might miss all the interesting features. The ruffle straps are super charming and the square neckline, riveting – blame me not for I have a slightly bony upper body that this neckline design looks particularly suited for my frame. Also, going sleeveless in the summer is a must and this summer piece has that balanced blend of laidback vibe and chicness I cannot help but to highlight. The side pockets are plenty useful if you love to pose with your hands in them.
You can also put things like a flower to bring home or a dark chocolate snack for when the need arises, of course. The dress has a size zip enclosure and a pretty A-line silhouette that will unleash the feminine power in you.
With that said, the gorgeous fit and flare dress comes in white and dreamy peach. Take a look now and enjoy!
White Ruffle Strap Square Neck Dress
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