L’été est arrivé! Pretty Sundresses to Bask in the Sun

After what seemed like years of constant rainfall, Paris has finally let the Sun come out. It’s now the time of year for bare legs, tanning oil, Berthillon ice cream and, of course, a wardrobe change. A wool coat isn’t appropriate for the warm weather, after all. So, from Paris’ leading fashion houses and boutiques, here are some of the prettiest, most breezy looks for the Summer.


This gorgeous dress from Paul & Joe Sister is perfect for a stroll along the Seine. Pair it with pastel-colored accessories, like this Cambridge Satchel bag and Modcloth flats, to subtly highlight the patterns on the dress- Lavender, Seafoam green and Lemon yellows are great complementary colors.


The bold colors on this Cacharel dress should be paired with equally bold accessories, such as this Rebecca Minkoff clutch and Repetto flats. You’ll be sure to stand out with radiance!


Try this patterned dress from Etoile Isabel Marant for a sophisticated Summer look; pair it with colorful ethnic accessories like these Zara sandals. Sling on a black leather crossbody bag (this particular one is from Marc by Marc Jacobs) and hit the Grands Boulevards for some afternoon shopping!


No color says ‘summer’ quite like yellow! Pair this bold Tara Jarmon dress with an equally bold-colored clutch (this blue one is from Givenchy); these striped heels by Zara adds a playful flair to the outfit, making it ideal for an outdoor soirée.

All images were created on Polyvore by Fabulous You Paris.

What will you be wearing during a Parisian Summer? Let us know below in the comments section!


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