As the summer season is upon us and we peel off the last of our winter coats, it’s time to update our summer wardrobe once again. As if I need an excuse to go shopping!
One of my favourite styles for summer is mixing together feminine and masculine silhouettes and colours. I love the contrast of mixing pretty, girly dresses with a pair of bad-ass boots.
This is pretty much my go-to style once the sun makes an appearance.
Pamela Scott have a wide selection of summer dresses, whatever your favourite style is, be it pencil, A-line or skater. Their Closest range caught my eye straight away, and It was love at first sight when I spotted the lilac lace, pleated-hem dress.
This number can be paired with flats for an effortlessly pretty daytime look, or alternatively with heels and a clutch for charming nighttime style. It’s available in lilac, coral, blue, pink, nude and navy. Sizes from 8 to 16 and retails at at €75.99.
If you are searching for the perfect dress to attend communions or confirmation celebrations, Pamela Scott also stock a broad variety of elegant dresses ideal for those occasions.
I particularly love the simple stylishness of their 2-in-1 wrap dress with a button detail. I handpicked this because of the tantalising style of the skirt.
It’s available in sizes 8 to 16 and retails at €79.99.
I also have to discuss their unique 1950s-style Zapara dresses that just ooze the wow factor. In sophisticated black and cream, this gorgeous garment features a boat neckline and an A-line fit. It retails at €99.95.
It’s ideal for anyone looking for that, fifties pin-up look, as is another black and cream Zapara dress with a large statement bow.
The Pamela Scott stores are always a pleasure to shop in. They are beautifully laid out and everything is neatly organised. You can also shop from the comfort of your own home, on their online store, and receive free shipping on all orders over €50 to anywhere in Ireland and the UK.
Their Summer 2016 collection is a rainbow of florals, monochrome and polka dot styles, not to be missed.
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