How Does Your Garden Grow: Floral Dresses

Be a bouquet.

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 white

Ted Baker London ‘Julee’ Floral Print Midi Dress– Light and drink-of-water long. A feminine stretch midi dress with cutaway shoulders for those toned arms. . Sleeveless, round neck; lined viscose/elastane. $225.00

Hope and Ivy Bandeau Pencil Dress In Oversized Floral Print– Flirty and Seasonal. Show off those tan shoulders. Lightweight stretch fabric with a framing Bardot neckline. Kick split hem. Close cut body-conscious fit. Machine wash polyester/elastane.$94.00

Adrianna Papell Day Floral Print Sheath Dress– Ladylike and ageless for those afternoon events which require a bit of dress-up. Boat neck, short sleeves, floral print front, solid back, fitted . Concealed back zipper with hook and eye closure. Lined cotton/polyester/elastane. Machine wash. $140.00

ASOS SALON Lime Floral Bandeau Midi Prom Dress– Prom schmom, it’s a youthful, pretty dress. Lightweight woven fabric with a sweetheart neckline, adjustable detachable straps. Inner gripper tape for a secure fit on its boned bodice. Layered net underskirt. Zipper back with hook and eye closure. Cotton/elastane. $145.00

Not Shown: Wildfox Floral Maxi Dress $198.00

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Dolce & Gabbana Floral Print Cotton/Silk Dress– Gracious and womanly-ah the swish of a full skirt! Red, white, and yellow print. Concealed back zipper closure. Cinched waist. Pleated full skirt. Lined. Investment dressing at $1917.00

David Meister Floral Embroidered Lace Sheath Cocktail Dress– Uncomplicated and rather vintage looking. Semisheer yoke and sleeves. Scalloped hem. Hidden back zipper closure. Polyester shell and lining. $395.00

True Violet Full Sateen Skater Dress– Proper but pretty. Committee luncheon? Bridesmaids gathering? Boat neckline. Panelled design.  Zipper back fastening. Polyester.  $128.00

Lauren Ralph Lauren Floral Print Dress–  Very girly without appearing frivolous. Boat neck, sleeveless, darted bust, ruched waist.  Concealed zipper back with hook-and-eye closure. Lined polyester. $154.00

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ASOS Structured Wiggle Dress in Botanical Floral– Simple as a Tee. Youthful.  Lightly textured woven fabric. Lined top with crew neckline. Zippered back closure. Slim fit – cut close to the body. Machine wash. $82.00

ASOS Porcelain Floral Pencil Dress-A dress that takes the place of batted eyelashes- Soft-touch scuba fabric with lined top, cami straps, sweetheart neckline.  Kick split at the back. Close cut body-conscious fit. Machine wash. Polyester/elastane. $68.00

Kay Unger New York Floral-Print Mesh Sheath Dress– For those of you with terrific figures. Round neckline. Three-quarter sleeves. Ruched skirt. Sheath silhouette. Slipover style. Lined rayon/spandex. Great for traveling. $370.00

ECI Floral-Print A-Line Scuba Dress– Wonderfully flattering A-line shape-which it keeps. Machine washable Polyester/spandex. Crew neckline. Zipper closure with hook-and-eye clasp at back. Short sleeves. Unlined-slips, ladies. On sale $64.00

Not Shown: ASOS Textured Wiggle Dress in Placed Floral Print– $85.00

About Alix Cohen (650 Articles)
Alix Cohen is the recipient of eight New York Press Club Awards for work published on this venue. Her writing history began with poetry, segued into lyrics and took a commercial detour while holding executive positions in product development, merchandising, and design. A cultural sponge, she now turns her diverse personal and professional background to authoring pieces about culture/the arts with particular interest in artists/performers and entrepreneurs. Theater, music, art/design are lifelong areas of study and passion. She is a voting member of Drama Desk and Drama League. Alix’s professional experience in women’s fashion fuels writing in that area. Besides Woman Around Town, the journalist writes for Cabaret Scenes, Broadway World, and Theater Pizzazz. Additional pieces have been published by The New York Post, The National Observer’s Playground Magazine, Pasadena Magazine, Times Square Chronicles, and ifashionnetwork. She lives in Manhattan. Of course.