8 Summer Dresses Every Style Blogger Wants to Be Photographed In

Whenever you're in the market for a pretty new dress, there's a good chance you'll find what you're looking for while scrolling through one of your favourite fashion blogs or Instagram accounts, especially at this time of the year. Now that the weather has warmed up, the style elite are shedding their layers and stepping out in their favourite new dresses. These girls have quite the knack for finding the best pieces first—perhaps it's because a good dress photographs so well, which is of utmost importance when that's a big part of your job! We've found ourselves unable to stop poring over certain images of truly delightful summer frocks, so we rounded up the best of the bunch for your easy reading. Keep going to see and shop them for yourself.

Aimee Song of Song of Style


Song of Style 

Style Notes: With mismatched accessories, Aimee takes this gorgeous Anna October ruffled dress into less girlish territory.

Michelle Madsen of Take Aim


Take Aim

Style Notes: The very wise Michelle Madsen picked up her lovely summer dress from Who What Wear's very own fashion collection!

Danielle Nussbaum of We Wore What


We Wore What

Style Notes: Making a flirty hemline daytime appropriate, style blogger Danielle adds a supersize bomber jacket.

Natasha Ndlovu of Bisous Natasha


Bisous Natasha

Style Notes: Another Self-Portrait convert! Anyone who doesn't feel gorgeous in one of these super-flattering dresses is someone we don't trust.

Chriselle Lim of The Chriselle Factor


The Chriselle Factor 

Style Notes: Embroidered styles, like this Tularosa off-the-shoulder number, are the perfect holiday packing companion—they even look good when they're a bit crinkled.

Jane Aldridge of Sea of Shoes


Sea of Shoes 

Style Notes: Add drama to a one-shouldered loose-fitting dress with reflective sunnies and metallic sandals.

Natalie Suarez of Natalie Off Duty


Natalie Off Duty

Style Notes: Always bohemian, Natalie adds dedicated styling to her maxi dress—see the stone jewellery and wide-brim straw hat?

Sara Escudero of Collage Vintage


Collage Vintage 

Style Notes: Sometimes all your need is a simple spaghetti-strap dress and a vintage car… Okay, you can at least sort out the slip part.

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Now you'll need sandals to go with these dresses, right? See our guide to shopping summer's coolest shoes.

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