If you ask yourself what dresses are in style for the next spring-summer 2015 season, then I advice you to look through this compilation of amazing ensembles which were seen in designers and brands latest collections. I think every fashionista and shopper will definitely find here something new and special for wearing next year. I have gathered best looks in various shapes, colors and cuts. You are going to see amazing silhouettes with bright patterns and feminine details. Speaking of trends, then you can find here retro touches of 1960's, modern updates with slim-fit shapes, shapeless looks, asymmetric cuts, maxi lengths and sweet minis. If we talk about colors and prints, then it's better to ask which of the prints will not appear next year. Of course there are timeless classics, though I advice you to make some notes and choose your favorite piece.
That's kind of retro design, which comes in a maxi length, spaghetti straps and A-line, pleated skirt. Love the pale yellow florals.
The striped version cinched at the waist. I love this ensemble for a modern appeal:
How about classic black shift in A-line silhouette, which can be easily styled with fur coat or classy trench coat:
That's a sweet A-line T-dress which has that special vintage look:
Those ladies who like sophisticated touches then I highly recommend to try on this maxi design cinched at the waist with a black patent belt. Try this piece with your favorite silvery-grey jacket and cuffed patent sandals:
Here we see a turquoise fit-and-flare look with spaghetti straps, V-neck and pleated skirt:
Those of you who love monochrome styles, then I recommend to pay attention to this striped wrap and cinched at the waist with a belt ensemble:
Keep it modern and sophisticated while wearing this floor-length gown in kaleidoscopic florals:
Can't say for sure, if we see a sleeveless button down worn underneath V-neck wrap dress, or not. Anyway, I love the overall appearance of this dark green outfit:
Keep it bold and try on macro florals to make a statement in the streets:
That's what I call shapeless maxi shift in black color. I love this look for its simplicity and possible way of styling with white lace-up sneakers:
The totally white crispy outfit, which includes white shift cinched at the waist with the same color belt and a tailored cape:
How about this light red V-neck look, which is ideal for clubs and cocktail parties:
Here we see 1960's inspired jacquard shirt-dress cinched at the waist with a statement belt: