5 Summer Dress Styles to Add to Your Collection Now

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5 Summer Dress Styles — When it comes to summer, there’s always one piece of clothing that we reach for before anything else (other than our collection of swimsuits, of course) – our favorite summer dresses! When the temperatures start to rise, it’s definitely a sign that we can finally break out these babies for any occasion. Backyard barbecues, running errands, a day at the park – you name it. Summer dresses are the perfect one-and-done outfit for any mom on the go.

If you’re feeling the heat and ready to break out you summer dress collection but not sure where to start, we’re here to help. Here are five of the latest summer dress trends to add to your collection ASAP. Happy shopping!

SUMMER DRESS STYLE #1 – THE MONOCHROME DRESS

When it comes to new summer dress styles, this one is one of our favorites. Easy to wear and even easier to dress up or down for any occasion, this style involves wearing only black and white or other neutrals for a bold yet understated look. Here are some of our favorite ways to wear this style.

FOR THE CLASSIC MOM

The Z Supply Stripe Reverie Dress

FOR THE EDGY MOM

The Topshop Zebra Print Ruffle & Pleat Long Sleeve Maxi Dress

FOR THE GLAM MOM

The DKNY Pussy-Bow Plisse-Georgette Dress

SUMMER DRESS STYLE #2 – THE MAXI DRESS

A tried-and-true staple of summer and beyond, the maxi dress is back again in a huge way this season. This gorgeous floor-sweeping style is the perfect way to put all eyes on you while still feeling comfortable. Try this style for every summertime occasion, from dinner and drinks to running errands and beyond. Here are some easy ways to wear this style.

FOR THE CLASSIC MOM

The Goodnight Macaroon ‘Marley’ Floral Boho Print Maxi Dress

FOR THE EDGY MOM

The H&M Puff Sleeve Dress

FOR THE GLAM MOM

The Goodnight Macaroon ‘Nova’ V Neck Waist Tie Tier Maxi Dress

SUMMER DRESS STYLE #3 – THE CUTOUT DRESS

Looking for a fun and a little flirtatious way to look and feel amazing this season? This summer dress style is totally for you! This type of dress features various cutouts for a peekaboo hint of skin, whether at the neckline, at the hip or along the shoulders. Here are some great options for the perfect cutout dress this season.

FOR THE CLASSIC MOM

The H&M Chiffon Cut-Out Dress in Blue

FOR THE EDGY MOM

The River Island Back Cutout Puff Sleeve Midi Dress

FOR THE GLAM MOM

The Enza Costa Cutout Ribbed Modal-Blend Mini Dress

SUMMER DRESS STYLE #4 – THE TROPICAL PRINT DRESS

Always a staple of summer, the tropical print dress is back in a big way this year. Whether you’re vacationing on a gorgeous island or relaxing in the backyard and wishing that you were, this dress style is perfect for capturing the playful spirit of the summer season in a fun and feminine way. Here are some amazing ways to add this style to your collection.

FOR THE CLASSIC MOM

The Rebecca Minkoff Black Tropical Floral Print Shift Dress

FOR THE EDGY MOM

The Tahari ASL Women’s Short Sleeve Surplus Ruffled Floral Dress

FOR THE GLAM MOM

The Tropical Wrap Dress

SUMMER DRESS STYLE #5 – THE HOT PINK DRESS

What’s better than a bold and bright color for the summer? Wearing it anywhere and everywhere you’d like! This season’s eye-catching color is one of our favorites – hot pink. This style is perfect for rocking for anything from hanging out poolside to playing at the park to having brunch with the girls. Here are some great ways to add this style to your wardrobe.

FOR THE CLASSIC MOM

The Amanda Uprichard Hot Pink Strappy Shift Dress

FOR THE EDGY MOM

The ASOS Design High Neck Pleated Long Sleeve Skater Mini Dress in Hot Pink

FOR THE GLAM MOM

The Alexia Admor Meghan Above Elbow Puff Sleeves Sheath Dress

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As an MBA graduate from Penn State University with a passion for marketing and a love of all things fashion-related, I have a unique perspective on the world that translates over very well into my writing ability. I fell in love with fashion at a young age when I was accidentally enrolled in a Fashion Technology course as a high school freshman. Up until this point, I was a self-proclaimed tomboy with little interest in what I wore or how I looked. I quickly fell in love with fashion and discovered that I had a knack for rendering and design. Soon, I was competing statewide in Fashion Design representing my high school and had developed a slight obsession with vintage style.