Wednesday, 11 January 2017

Five Of The Best Floral Shirt Dresses

Shirt dresses are a modern-day fashion staple that come in all styles and are suitable for all shapes and sizes. Although they can be super smart when needed, they are not just for work wear. I love the pretty floral and girly styles that are everywhere at the moment. If you want a more simple casual look there are styles out there for you too.

Here is a selection of my favourite floral shirt dresses from House Of Fraser this season. Let me know which ones you love.

Yumi Bird and Floral Print Shirt Dress was £60 now £30

This Yumi bird and floral print dress in a colourful all-over print, features contrasting black detailing on the collar and cuffs. There is a button up front and the waist tie is a fab addition to give your waist definition. Made from polyester, this dress is lightweight and great to pack on your travels.



Oasis Lotus shirt dress £46

This Oasis Lotus shirt dress reminds me of a Japenese flower garden with beautiful blooms. It's a great outfit to dress up for dinner with a smart clutch bag and some sparkly earrings or to wear to work or shopping with some black leggings and a tote bag. A touch of elastane adds some stretch to the material too.


Phase Eight Naomi Shirt Dress was £99 now £59

Phase Eight make some beautiful clothes and how gorgeous is this modern shirt dress? The sleeveless design is super for Summer holidays and the dress is a great length, sitting just above the knee on tall girls and below the knee on shorties like me. The self-tie waist adds that finishing touch for waist definition.




Phase Eight Vanna Lace Shirt Dress was £250 now £185

Perfect for a special occasion this monochrome shirt dress from Phase Eight has a gorgeous floral lace overlay and a design that will skim your curves. Featuring a penny collar and sparkling button fastenings through the front, this pretty dress is fully lined for comfort too. I'd wear this to a wedding or a day at the races and it would be perfect to wear to my son's graduation next year.


Jolie Moi Floral Print Shirt Dress was £75 Now £39

This dress by Jolie Moi reminds me of the style that Kirsty Alsop would wear, in a 1950's retro style and with a super floral print. Again this dress would be smart enough to wear to work or out for the day, or even whilst making homemade gifts at home. Unleash your inner Kirsty!

What do you think of these shirt dresses? Do you have a shirt dress in your wardrobe? 

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15 comments

  1. I have never wore a shirt dress before, these floral ones are lovely. x

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  2. oh im loving that first one! So pretty and stylish too!

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  3. I love Japanese designs in most things in art. Used to own a silk dressing gown and some other clothes that were inspired by Japanese design, not to mention furnishings. Though I had a friend criticise me once saying I shouldn't mix Chinese with Japanese, 'they wouldn't like that' he said lol.

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    1. The Japanese designs like the birds and flowers above are so beautiful, I can see why you love Japanese art so much.

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  4. This floral shirt dress trend is gorgeous, I have a few at home and they are very versatile.

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    1. I think most of these styles above you can dress up or down.

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  5. The first dress is absolutely gorgeous and I love shirt dresses.

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  6. I love the phase 8 dress, so pretty

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    1. Such a beautiful dress, feminine and classy too.

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  7. These are gorgeous and such bargains in the sale at House of Fraser!

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  8. Lovely dresses here. I wish I could have them all.

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  9. I love shirt dresses anyway and the floral patterns are so lovely. Very feminine but don't think I have any myself so need to invest ;)

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    1. These ones above are so gorgeous. My favourite is the Oasis one I think

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  10. I think the phase 8 one is my fave. Gorgeous colours x

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