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Fashionista NOW: 7 Patterned Mini Dresses For Summer 2015 Fashion Inspiration

7 Patterned Mini Dresses For Summer 2015 Fashion Inspiration

The sun is out and it’s time to raise your hemlines especially when there are gorgeous patterned mini dresses to be worn! Sunny Girl’s the word.

I love it when I stumble across a clothing label that just appeals to me because of their designs. This Australian clothing label called Sunny Girl has me practically drooling over their pretty little patterned mini dresses that are heaven-sent if you’re looking for for some easy breezy summer frock to slip into that is also visually-attractive.

If you’re a dress-loving type of gal who isn’t afraid of sporting bold print and color, Sunny Girl has quite a delightful selection of mini dresses to get you in a summery mood.

While there is a time for midi dresses, this sunny season is all about raising the hemline for all the right reasons. Established in 1996 and headquartered in Sydney, Sunny Girl is a leader in delivering up to minute trends. Inspired directly from the catwalks of the world, Sunny Girl translates inspiration into beautiful, wearable pieces to suit every occasion. The designers are passionate in their designing of wearable trends, without forgetting the quality of the styles.

As always, I’ve picked out 7 of my favorite dresses from their shelves to give you a taste of what to expect from their fun mini dress collection.

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| abstract print mandarin collar mini dress

This abstract number has two features that I love in a dress which are the three quarter sleeves and the mandarin collar. A touch of orange/red color in the print makes this a lovely dress to slip on to complement the sunny ambiance.

 

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| breezy patterned orange mini dress

This pretty little fit and flare dress is rendered in a charming print design with splashes of orange peeking through. Dress it up or down, this is a dress that will make you feel a little girlier than usual.

 

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| mosaic abstract shift dress

For something bold, fun and cheerful, this mosaic abstract dress has all the right summer fashion elements tied together in one. Something about this shift dress spells retro and splashed in a brilliantly colorful print, this is a dress that will help you get in a positive mood and ready to party!

 

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| navy floral print shift dress

This almost monochrome dress is rendered in navy blue floral motif suited for those who prefer a summer dress that is in a minimal print and color. Much more muted compared to the previous frock, this dress can be worn for all sorts of occasions, relevant all year long.

 

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| patterned brown ruched mini dress

The brown color scheme of this dress and the patterns on it just screams bohemian. With a ruched waist and a sleeveless styling, this is the dress for those in love with earthy and muted tones.

 

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| swallow print red mini dress

This swallow print dress is another retro style number that I find so very appealing in terms of print, color and silhouette.

You will see a yellow version of it below and it too will ease right into your summer-worthy wardrobe taking the 60s mini dress style back into the spotlight.

 

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| swallow print yellow mini dress

 

So ladies, do you like the mini dresses shown above? Which one is your favorite(s)?

Share below – I’d love to know!

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