Summer 2023 trends: Five dresses to have in your wardrobe this season

A selection of Summer dresses are a must have for the warm season because of their wide range of fits, styles and sizes. It's a one stop look that's easy to pull off even in the busiest of times and you have the flexibility to dress them up with heels or wedges and accessories or dress down with sneakers and a raffia style hand or tote bag. Here is my selection of dresses that I will be taking with me on holidays this Summer to wear from beach to bar, pool to diner and everywhere in-between.

Party time
Achieve an effortlessly chic look with the shift dress 'Fete'. It's the little details that make a difference, and the small ruffles and silver lines do exactly that for our French dress. It's a relaxed fit (perfect to hide hips and waist), so if you're like me and appreciate comfort and style, it's a great option for you!
Tall Trapeze 
The relaxed and chic trapeze dress 'Sonia' has a flared and floaty shape, flattering for most body types as it hides any imperfections. I love this dress because of its elegance emphasised by its champagne spaghetti straps. The style works beautifully for taller ladies.
The little black dress
Everyone needs a staple LBD in their wardrobe. The little black wrap dress is both glamorous and minimalist. It's easy to dress up with heels and other accessories. The wrap dress has a magic slimming effect, enhancing the bust and slimming over the hips, so if you're looking for a flattering and timeless piece for your Summer wardrobe, I think you'll love this one. 
The white cotton dress
Who doesn't feel like wearing a light cotton white dress on a hot Summer day? The 'white cotton dress' is the perfect throw-on dress. It's light and airy with thin silver lines on its crispy white tone, making it the perfect dress to compliment your Summer tan on your way from the beach to the bar.
The linen shirt dress
A linen summer staple will always be a classic. The three in ones linen shirt dress has the elegance of the Italian linen frock and the versatility of a piece that you can turn into:
1. A cover up to look stylish at the beach or at the pool
2. A dress to step out for shopping or casual drinks
3. An over shirt (pants+cami) for the inner artist look
Bonus: The jumpsuit
A little bonus because you can't go wrong with a jumpsuit. In fact, my favourite piece to take on holidays this season is not a dress but a one piece short jumpsuit. Usually impossible to wear, this little one has the perfect fit. With a mid-rise waist, blousy top and floaty mid thigh length, the jumpsuit combines fashion and comfort together for a casual outfit. For the best fit, it is recommended for petite customers.