Super Summer Staple: Five Coral Dresses, Endless Ways To Wear!

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Got a coral dress in your wardrobe?  Not sure where to take this? Maybe you only wore it once and don’t know how to Accessorize it for other occasions.  You may have given up on your coral dress entirely, but wait, the possibilities… are endless!

 
Keep the colour clashing of nudes and brights to accessories, shoes and small bags, that way you’ll get a pop of colour that will co-operate with your coral without making your look too busy.  

 Can’t think of a better beach partner for this Topshop strappy than tan gladiators and a tan cross body bag. Effortlessly cool and versatile on vacation; just add heels to take this look to the beach bar!

   A waist cinching gold belt and a bit of definition make this Quiz dress work well for evening parties and dinners out.  

Accessorizing is straight-forward with some gold jewellery, a neutral smoky eye and neutral or dark mani and pedi,  your smouldering look will get you served first!  
  
Coral can be a bright backdrop for your best black onyx jewellery; monochrome can even be brought into the summer with this pinky orange hue.    
So can blue!

  
Neutrals and pearls add day glamour and enough sophistication for this look to be a wedding or dinner and shopping with friends outfit.  
Be nauti-cool in a New Look skater dress!

   And take it sight-seeing…

 To meet up with your mom on Mother’s Day…

 
Or day-tripping on a city-break!

   One dress, hundreds of looks!

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