Steep vs Cheap: D&G floral print mini dress

Florals are having a serious moment. Blossoming all over the spring/summer 201111 catwalks, it was thanks to D&G who married digital and ditsy flowery prints that made us want to spend our entire summer in its dresses!

With the British weather verging on deceptively bright, now’s the perfect time to inject some fun with florals into your wardrobe. And for those tired of being swallowed up in never-ending maxi dresses – the mini dress is your sartorial saviour!

This D&G floral print dress is ideal for gently introducing a flowery vibe into your wardrobe; on-trend, without being overpowering. We love its pretty colour palette, and its fit and flare shape is the epitome of feminine style.

For a super sunny look, team with brown leather wedges and a cross-body bag for a brilliantly contrasting look that’s perfect for a countryside summer soiree.

Though with a price tag of £925 £555, everything may not seem so rosy in the garden. But fear not, dear fashionista – we’ve picked a brilliantly budding alternative that will bring keep you right on trend without breaking the bank!

This floral cami dress from Dorothy Perkins is perfect for style sirens on a serious budget. Humbly priced at £30 and on par with the D&G version in the chic stakes, it’s an investment too blooming good to miss.

D&G pleated Mimosa print boned dress, £925 £462, available at my-wardrobe.

Floral piped dress by Wal G, £39, available at Topshop.

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