I have lived in my Seasalt coat for the last few months. Affectionately renamed ugly coat as it is totally not my go to style and more something my Mum would wear (sorry Mum) it has served me well being both waterproof and snuggly warm. I got it half price from a local stockist so can forgive it for being ugly and plan to upgrade to one that doesn't have a bright pink lining next winter now I know it is worth every penny. Anyhow I digress. I hadn't really looked at Seasalt dresses before I discovered their coats and now I wish I had known about them ages ago. I could have picked a number of dresses to share here but in the end opted for this beautiful shirt dress. I adore the mix of colours, the shape is fantastic and the length spot on. Would work right now with a little cardi (I would go for navy) and see you through summer. Can't see you having a bad day when you are wearing such a happy dress. They also have lots of yumminess to come, the lovely folk over at The Whiting Post shared this dress on their instagram - oh my days!! That has my name all over it plus it's barkcloth!
You can always rely on Yumi for a good print or two. I love this house print dress, the back cut out adds a really nice detail. I don't like that the model has been over airbrushed in the photos though so I went for image of just the pretty dress. Why do brands do this?! There is an image of the dress and another girl in a matching skirt where you can see that the dress is a lovely fit, the sleeves are really nice.
I was really intrigued when I saw this Asos dress is described as 'natural fibre skater dress' turns out to Asos natural fibre includes a 100% polyester lining! haha. It's still cute plus the stripe matching is pretty impressive for RTW, it is perfect on the back bodice over the zip. Kudos Asos.