With the traditional Midsummer just a few days away it’s about time to start thinking of what to wear for the occasion if you haven’t already. Whether you’re in the city or at the country side, having dinner or arranging a picnic these dresses are perfect to wear when celebrating the lightest time of the year. And in addition to the classic little white dresses that are immensely popular during the summer season we’ve also added some colorful favorites to the mix. Which one is your favorite?
If you want to be relaxed and nautical chic..
Striped dress from H&M / 25 €
Or maybe classic and elegant in white..
White “Tribe Jersey Dress” from Ganni / 170 €
Why not be the sun of the party in a yellow maxi dress?
Yellow “Chelsea” dress from Gina Tricot / 50 €
The little white dress for any Scandi minimalist..
White “Becklow Dress” from Hunkydory / Now on sale for approx. 115 €
Or maybe you think orange is the new black in summertime?
Orange dress with lacing from H&M / 35 €
Romantic lace from the designer who made the wedding dress for H.R.H. Princess Sofia of Sweden last week..
“Janelle Dress Ivory” from Ida Sjöstedt / 230 €
Or maybe you want to be sophisticated in a blush pink number?
Wrap silk dress in dusty pink from Filippa K / on sale for approx. 200 €
Shirt dresses and summer are a match made in heaven..
White “Herne shirt dress” from SAMSØE & SAMSØE / on sale for approx. 85 €
Why not be playful and cute in this adorable summer dress?
“Carin Mini Pink Dress” from Stine Goya / 215 €
A true eye-catcher and as green as you wished the grass would be up here in the cold North..
“Santa Monica Dress” from Ganni / 140 €
A dress made for midsummer with long sleeves and romantic lace..
“Fleur Lace Short Dress” from Dry Lake / 108 €
But if bright color or crisp white feels too out of the box for your usual Scandi all black everything – just go for the perfectly relaxed LBD with the trendy D-ring belt.
Black “Kim short kimono” dress from Weekday / 60 €
Tags: midsummer, shopping, summer dresses
Nanna is an aspirant Swedish speaking Finn from Helsinki, who is currently based in Stockholm. She studies journalism and fashion, speaks four languages and loves to learn. Her passions are all things sartorial, writing, photography and travelling. She also appreciates interior design, architecture, arts and books. With a love for the minimalistic Scandi style she takes life one day at a time, and is almost always found with a smile on her face.
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