What can be better than a tall glass of chilled lemonade and an array of backyard water sports to beat the scorching heatwaves of summer? Clothing that gives you room to breathe!
For any bold woman, slipping into a flowy summer dress to escape the punishing humid mornings and blistering nights is ideally a privilege. The modern woman has been policed and mansplained on what to wear and what not to for ages, but not anymore. Women today, believe in exploring their feminity but not at the risk of breaching their comfort.
A summer or beach dress is considered as the most fulfilling piece of clothing to hold the limelight for urban loungewear. The idyllic beach dress has claimed hundreds of thousands of fans, probably because it breathes comfort and flatters the wearer on a whole new level!
The theme of summer dresses was not only popular within the fashion and apparel pendulum, but was slowly appreciated by connoisseurs of music. Bruce Springsteen’s ‘The Girl in their Summer Dresses’ became a catchphrase amongst men and women alike. The musical breakthrough led to the romanticization of summer/beach dresses, making them a prominent staple in routine summer wardrobes.
To discuss why women are so obsessed with beach dresses, we have mentioned 4 reasons as to why you too, should fall in love with them!
What will be better for someone who had been lounging in their lingerie or pajamas all day? While laziness is completely out of order, we know it is exceptionally hard to slip into a tight-fitting skirt or pair of trousers for your next conference or a session at the university.
Beach dresses are pretty light and are either made up of pure cotton blend, bamboo filter or viscose and grip fabric as well. Since cotton and bamboo are two of the natural fabrics that are more commonly used, these summer dresses allow you to breathe and escape the humidity.
Plus, if you are worried about exposing too much skin and getting sunburnt while wearing a swimsuit to the beach, a summer dress will solve your problem! There is a reason why we call it a beach dress as well (wink wink!).
Flattering for Feminity
A beach dress is designed to accentuate your curves the moment it hugs your body. Usually, most summer dresses have v-necks or scooping boat necks that flatter your bust as well. Since a beach dress draws attention to your vertical body frame, it also helps you to pull off the show by flaunting your legs!
Sun Protection and No-Shave All Year!
Maxis or midis have two major perks if you wear them on the beach! Since they cover your legs, you do not have to worry about shaving your body hair. You can wear them with pride and go on for months without shaving your legs. Maxis also act as sunscreens as they block UV rays and prevent them from harming your skin.
P.s If you are already comfortable with your body hair, do not worry about what anybody is saying, and wear the sundresses anyway!
Classic and Low-Maintenance
Beach dresses became popular in the 70s’, but there is no way that the trend is dying. Apart from wearing a summer dress to work, you can lounge in them and relax without having to change your clothes. Also, since wraps and belts are more consistent with beach dresses, you do not have to worry about gaping buttons, wrinkles or tears.
Plus, a summer dress is a timeless staple for pregnant women as well. Wear a loose beach dress so that the maxi conceals your baby bump (or food baby!) without being too tight or poor-fitting.
We hope our friendly obsession with the evergreen and timeless beach dress will help you see the attire in a different light! So, what are you planning on wearing to the beach on the weekend?