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Welcoming in Spring with Karina Dresses

So while its starting to get orange with the vibes of the autumn season for my Northern Hemisphere followers, its starting to begin to warm up for us girls down under! Spring is on the way and that means all the comfortable warm dresses, the picnic weather and visits to the beach. In the warmer months down under, I have a few dress brands that I reach for regularly that are my go to and I was so in love with the latest pattern offerings from Karina dresses in their latest release, with colours and patterns fit for those of us coming into spring as well as those going into Autumn!

Flowers ~ Daphne’s Daffodil’s from Daisy Jean Designs

Earrings ~ Hazel fakelite hoops in baby blue by Bow & Crossbones from Daisy Jean Designs

Brooch ~ Dexter Deer brooch from Daisy Jean Designs

Dress ~ Margaret Dress in Plaid Perfection from Daisy Jean Designs

Shoes ~ Marilyn Pumps in red from Royal Vintage Shoes

I’ve shared the amazing Karina dresses here on my blog many times and they’re definitely a style I keep finding myself coming back to. A low maintenance dress that still looks fabulous but is the ultimate in comfort. When its a super hot day and I want to feel comfortable, 8 times out of 10 I reach for one of my Karina dresses. Travelling long distances in a plane or car but still want to look cute? Karina dresses. This brand is also a fabulous option for mums who need something functional but can still fit their look!

The way Karina Dresses work is that they have set styles of dress that they regularly release in new prints! This works really well if you have a favorite style (mine is this style, the Margaret!) as it lets you keep to something you know works for you but still getting a different look. I’m a bit of a closet plaid fan and when I saw this new plaid print in my favorite cut, I knew I needed it in my wardrobe! The Margaret is a longer style that features a waist tie with a V neck and a structured waist, which I find sits nicely on my pear shape.

Karina dresses are a wrinkle free fabric (no ironing or steaming required!) and they don’t have zips or buttons. Just pop over your head and go. The fabric is stretchy yet firm enough to give you shape and is a great summer option in the warmer weather as the fabric breaths well. This approach also means they fit a range of body types with ease and their sizing is very friendly as well!

As with all Karina dresses, their print releases are seasonal so if you’re loving their newest prints, don’t miss out! A Karina dress will set you back $108USD/$150AUD + postage. Their dresses are incredibly hardy (I’ve been wearing mine regularly for a couple of years now, no issues!) and definitely worth the price!

Do you have a favorite print from this release?

Til next time darlings

Disclaimer: Whilst I received this dress in collaboration with Karina Dresses, all opinions expressed are honest to help ensure the most accurate information for my readers.

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