Style Trend 2010: Casual Dresses and Playsuits
Do you feel like youâ€™re always wearing the same style of clothes everyday?Â If so, here is an alternative to your daily wear of jeans and leggings.
If youâ€™re into wearing dresses on a night out, why not try casual dresses for day-time wear.Â There are many different styles to choose from if you donâ€™t want to look too dolled up when youâ€™re only going to University or a shopping trip in town.Â Tight, baggy, fitted and flowing dresses will definitely give you a boost from these dark days weâ€™re experiencing right now.
Studded Denim Tunic with Scoop Neck
At Â£25 New Look has a studded denim tunic with a scoop neck.Â It is comfortable, it flows and itâ€™s not too bright.Â Itâ€™s also denim so for you jean lovers out there, this is a great alternative.
River Island has a slightly more girly style with their spotty ruffle dress at Â£29.99.Â It is available from sizes 6 to 12 and has a cinched in waist to create a more fitted feel.Â This dress also has a subtle summer theme about it, making you feel better about yourself on those rainy days.
This French Connection sweat dress is loose fitting but still has that dressy casual look about it.Â It has a soft cotton feel and is designed like a stylish slouched jumper.Â Also notice how the trim at the bottom of the dress fits closer to the leg to create a different shape.
Shorts and Playsuits
If youâ€™re not into these dresses, try experimenting with shorts and playsuits.Â You can either pair them together yourself or grab an all in one creation from the shops.
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