These winter day dresses aren't burgundy, green, grey or black based floral neither
Winter clothes shades are rather muted. Rarely, people wear summery dresses at this time of year. It's a natural reaction to the short days and lack of sunshine. But not everyone wants to wear a dark shade every day.
I bought a dress from iClothing recently that I liked for its 1930s but sexy silhouette. I had hoped to wear it to a wedding this December but when I tried it on I realised that I would look like I went to sleep in May and only woke up that morning. Of course, you can wear light colours in winter, but, like, psychology tells us that a summer dress is a summer dress; worn in winter, it looks weird.
Shades like blue and red and to a certain green, and their cousin colours, navy, burgundy and teal and the like can look bright when compared to the 50 shades of winter grey. These five fabulous frocks are a little bit different, though, And yeah, you can probably wear them off-season, too.
Final note: tights.
Topshop YAS €84
& Other Stories €89