Whether you’ve booked an island getaway or are staying put in your own backyard paradise, these colorful, breezy dresses will help set the mood. A cheery little sundress with some tropical punch will make you look hot, hot! Here are a few tropical print dresses that are a no-brainer for vacations, and will look great this summer.
This cute palm print fit and flare dress with the high empire waist is a real head-turner! It’s light, soft, and stretchy with no zippers or buttons. Just pull it out of your closet or suitcase and slip it over your head. The high waistband makes it great for hiding a tummy, and the length makes it easy to feel comfortable from casual breakfast to dressy dinner. Wear it with nude braided sandals to add texture but not take away from this beautiful botanical print!
Not that you’ll need a reminder, but slipping into this fun, easy-to-wear dress in a print that’s a riot of tropical excitement will let you know that you’re not in Kansas anymore.
You can’t go wrong with a little black dress when night falls. This pretty one with the alluring cowl neck is sophisticated without being serious.
This flowy halter dress, with its red hot tropical print can be dressed up with heels for a night out, or dressed down with casual flip-flops for a summer pool party.
Tropical palm leaves and ferns adorn this soft linen-blend shift dress cut in a comfortable just above-the-knee length. This is the perfect dress for taking you from around the pool to shopping and even a casual dinner.
Pretty in Paradise
This maxi resort-style dress has a party vibe, perfect when you are in vacation mode. Can’t you just see yourself in this romantic tiered-hem dress when you’re at the beach dining under the stars and listening to the waves rolling in?
Natural Native Island Girl
You’ll look prettier than any scenic spot on the island in this halter dress covered in tropical orchid blooms. The wrap style and halter neckline are feminine and fabulous by the pool or out to dinner.
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