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Among the summer 2020 fashion trends there is also the floral print mini dress in shades of red and green. Today I give you some advice to best match it and make your strengths stand out. Are you ready to become a forest nymph?
The floral print mini dress is among the most welcome trends of this summer 2020.
Yes I know you are used to seeing me with floral print maxi dresses but know that when I am presentable (in the sense that I have done the deforestation of the legs) I also wear short dresses.
I found this adorable flower mini dress here (search ID: 973129) and with the discount code Q2Selvaggia you will get a 15% discount for orders over € 39.
I wore it to go out to dinner with friends and family, obviously outdoors and obviously spaced out.
Floral print mini dress, when to wear it and how to match it
Seeing it as in these photos, one would think that it is a dress suitable for an evening out, but in reality it is not so.
Or rather, it is not the only way.
If we combine the floral print mini dress with an elegant bag and a pair of sandals with heels and finally, as in my case, we add a belt at the waist the look we get is suitable for an aperitif or a dinner at the restaurant.
If instead of the bag we use a clutch bag and wear a thin belt we can also use this outfit for a cocktail dress code.
Finally, if we want to use it during the day to take a walk in the center (I don’t recommend it in this African heat) imagine it combined with a pair of gladiator sandals or a pair of flip flops (which the Americans like so much).
Personally, I opt for gladiator sandals because slippers are reserved for the sea and I have always associated them with pale foreigners who come to Rome and walk around in shorts and flip flops!
How to enjoy the summer without taking too many risks
I don’t know about you, but I started going out again in the evening but I only attend places in the open and that guarantee me a series of safety standards that make me feel comfortable.
You will say: well, but all restaurants and clubs meet these standards and instead it is not so!
The history of the Fiumicino restaurant teaches us. Restaurant managers should always keep track of guests and instead in a couple of restaurants that I have attended (and then scratched off my notebook) this has not happened.
The menu should be in electronic format in order to minimize the possibility of contagion and I have only seen this in one place.
The best way to make everyone respect the rules is to point out that they exist.
I’m doing it, at the cost of sounding pedantic, but that’s the only way we will avoid a second wave.
What do you think about it?