Styling An Oversized Floral Dress

Styling an oversized floral shirt dress by Monki
Styling An Oversized Floral Shirt Dress

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Styling An Oversized Floral Dress

In this blog I am styling an oversized floral shirt dress by Monki. It’s one of those effortlessly chic summer style staples that keeps on coming back to fashion season after season.

I bought this one already in April but luckily we had a great spring here in The Netherlands so I got to wear it quite a lot already. That makes my fashion review really honest because I have actually used it.

I know people are sometimes sceptical about blogger style reviews and I totally get it. There are a lot of people who just make an unboxing or a haul post or a video but never tell you how the items work in real life.

With my posts I want to give you a realistic idea how the item works after few uses. The idea is to get the most out of your clothing by styling them right. I also want to include some care instructions to make your life a breeze.

Style Crush On Monki Sizing

From this particular model I fit a size S which is rare. But it’s an oversized model so it does make sense. Normally I would buy a medium from Monki but their loose fits work in a small for me too.

This makes the brand attractive for my voluptuous readers who struggle to fit a high street XL. I have seen a couple of larger fashion girls rock this brand and they look amazing !

I also very much like their inclusive marketing. They display regularly people of color, gender neutral models, people with skin conditions and people of all sizes.

Flower Power Shirt Dress Crush

So now that you have your flower frock (shopping links will follow so keep on reading), of course you want to make sure that you are going to get the most out of it. Max out your fun this summer and learn to style your oversized floral dress.

I styled mine with a simple black block heel sandal. Their only detail is a subtle golden buckle. I kept my jewelry to the minimum and made the dress do the talking.

Now you just need to select a dress that makes your heart skip a beat. All under 50 because life happens outside your well curated closet.

Additional Style Tips

You can always take the maximalist route and style yours with the colors of the rainbow. Pick any color (or more) from the print and go wild. Matching your nails to your dress is a low-commitment way to look stylish. The sky is the limit!

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12 thoughts on “Styling An Oversized Floral Dress

  1. Amber Page says:

    I love oversized things! A lovely read! Thank you for sharing.

    Amber – The Unpredicted Page

  2. I on Image says:

    Thank you Cassie! Dresses make summer styling a breeze. No need to match tops and bottoms or think about other accessories. Just choose a nice color or a fun print and you are set. Enjoy your summer in style xxx

  3. a Life on a Dime says:

    What a gorgeous dress! I love a good dress because it is an easy one piece outfit!

  4. clairelomax2018 says:

    I love this dress! I am currently rocking a baby blue floral dress today.

    I adore dresses at this time of year.

    You look lovely and the shoes are perfect with it x

  5. I on Image says:

    Floral dresses are great! I like a busy darker pattern that hides stains and is not underwear specific. Check out the options on my post if you need to go shopping xxx

  6. Meera says:

    I love this dress it suits you so well! Ive really been loving Monki too, feel like the brand is definitely more inclusive and the clothes fit so well! I would probably wear this with some sandals and a cute wicker pom-pom bag. Thanks for sharing x

  7. ✨Teresa Maria | Outlandish Blog✨ (@TeresamariaThe) says:

    Oooh, I do love a floral dress, they’re so easy to wear because you don’t need to think of accessories much! Just keep them simple and let the dress act as a center of attention. Actually, I just realized I don’t have a floral dress 😮 I’ve got one suuuper old one but it’s for fancy Summer parties and also too big for me… I guess it’s time to go shopping 😉

    Teresa Maria | Outlandish Blog

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