15 Striped Reasons to Wear Dresses as Tops This Summer

Today’s express blog post is all about stripe patterns on casual dresses to wear with skirts, aka dresses as tops. You know what I mean. Let’s go.

Modesty tip: For some of these, particularly the t-shirt dresses, you’re best off getting a bigger size so it’s not tight. I also suggest wearing a long cardigan/blazer on top.

1. Cobalt Broderie Shift Dress – Dorothy Perkins

100% cotton. Gorgeous. Also available in coral in limited sizes.

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2. Vila Blue Stitch Print Dress – Dorothy Perkins

Long sleeves and a quirky pattern. Yes, please.

3. Khaki and Navy Ditsy Folk Stripe Print Shift Dress – Apricot

Wow. Also available in khaki and coral.

4. Red Stripe Jacquard V Neck Shift Dress – New Look

Something a bit different here.

5. Navy and Aqua Ombre Geometric Print Shift Dress – Apricot

6. Navy and White Embroidered Stripes Shift Dress – Apricot

Also available in white and navy.

7. Grey Crochet Stripe Shift Dress – Apricot

Two stripes are still stripes. Also, cotton, cotton everywhere.

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Apricot: See in shop.

8. Multi-Coloured Horizontal Stripe Print Dress – Apricot

All kinds of stripe.

9. Daisy Street High Neck Swing Dress In Stripe – ASOS

No neck coverage troubles here.

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ASOS: See in shop.

10. ASOS Denim Dress in Pink and White Stripe With Tie Strap – ASOS

Time to go to the candy floss stand.

11. Abercrombie & Fitch Preppy Striped Collarless Dress – ASOS

This one is a bit pricier but it’s so nice I had to include it anyway.

 

12. ASOS Halter Neck Swing Sundress in Stripe – ASOS

13. Frill Front T-Shirt Dress – ASOS

Ruffle stripes.

14. Sleeveless Tie Dye Shift Dress With Pom Pom Detail – ASOS

Love the pom poms!

15. Nike Striped T-Shirt Dress – ASOS

Another pricier one (all about the brand, eh). I’m featuring it because it’s a bold but simple design.

 

Note: Some of these items contain affiliate links. This means if you buy an item after clicking on it here, I will get a percentage of the profits.

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