Swing into Spring with a Sixties style shift dress

2 Posted by - March 10, 2014 - All, Fashion

Valentino’s at it. Carven’s A/W 2014 runway was overrun with the look. Hell, even Nicolas Ghesquiere’s debut Louis Vuitton collection stank of the trend. Yes, ladies, the swinging Sixties look set to hit our wardrobes with a vengeance this Fall. Be it a cute as a button Peter Pan collared shift or a racy sequinned number, the classic shape was a-go-go on many a PFW catwalk. Keen to get in on the trend early? Hit the shops now to snap up a super shift to see you through the Summer months, and beyond. Perfect styled with opaques and flat, knee high boots for now; come Summer, simply swop them for bare legs and sandals. Sartorial super sweep, year round…

Carven

Saint Laurent

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Valentino

 

Motel’s sequin shift dress adds a splash of Saint Laurent-esque styling into your wardrobe; add patent boots and a slouchy coat to complete the look

Motel sequin shift dress

Motel Moonlight shift dress

Partial to a Peter Pan collar? Keep it classic in navy and cream- timeless

River Island shift dress

River Island navy collar contrast shift dress

Glasswork’s flippy heart print dress is perfect for a flirty Summer look, but equally divine when toughened up with boots, leather jacket and hat

Glassworks shift dress

Glassworks heart print tier dress

Tweed, cap sleeve, crew neck. This Oasis shift dress is the definition of wearability

Oasis shift dress

Oasis tweed ponte shift dress

Finally, for those brave enough… say hello to this leather shift dress, courtesy of Reiss. ENOUGH SAID.

Reiss leather shift dress

Reiss Abbeville leather shirt dress

And so we hand things over to you… all of the above styles are available to buy, compare or save for later on the Mallzee app. Our Style Detectives would love to hear what you’re rating and slating so don’t forget you can share your opinion with them within the app. Go on- get Fashion Police on us!

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