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Already a bestseller, the Cordelia dress comes with a universally flattering silhouette and an easy waist that can be cinched in with rouleau ties. Its versatility is boundless, but we like it best worn with barely there flats.
If you’re more of a minimalist, the Thandie is worth a look. With its 1950s-style silhouette, it’s as elegant as it is effortless. Sophisticated enough for work, yet chic enough for an evening out, just switch up your accessories to elevate the final result.
There’s something so effortless about a wrap dress. The Lola - which is made from a luxurious silk viscose fabric - is feminine, flattering and has pretty gathered sleeves too. A simple sandal and basket bag is all you need to complete the look.
The pretty details on this dress make it stand out – the knife pleats around the collar, the tiered skirt and flattering elastic waist with tie details. Add a neutral sandal and you’re good to go.
Made from breezy cotton, the Paloma dress is the ultimate 24/7 style. The sleeves fall at the perfect point and the back is shirred for extra comfort. Opt for flats and undone hair to nail effortless dressing.
We love the Sawyer dress – those exaggerated shoulders, the tiered skirt, the pink prairie print… Pair it with trainers for everyday and add heels to make it wedding ready.
This organic cotton dress is already a brand signature and this season the volume has been pared back to make it even more wearable. If you’re after a relaxed day dress for garden parties, look no further.
A shirt dress is an easy way to feel instantly pulled together. This one comes in a clever Techni-Linen, which means it’s less prone to creasing. Wear with chunky sandals in the city and strappy gold flats on holiday.
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