I Was the First to Try On These 3 New Dresses—Now I Won't Shut Up About Them

I feel like a broken record at this point because my love for fun and flirty dresses runs that deep. But really, where would my summer wardrobe be without them? The world may never know because they currently are the centerpiece of my collection. With the simple addition of a few bright and fun accessories each time I wear the most classic styles in my wardrobe, it feels like I've put on a brand-new, never-seen-before look. 

For that reason, I can't hold back the excitement I felt when I first saw Who What Wear Collection's latest drop. It includes everything I'm looking for this summer, which is currently elevated midi dresses. Before I could give them my official approval, I decided to stage a little try-on myself, and in person, these styles certainly did not disappoint. In the five seconds it took for me to slip these dresses over my head, I felt transformed as I became a chic French woman on a picturesque walk to the local boulangerie. The power of these dresses is unmatched, so I insist you see them for yourself. With free returns, what do you have to lose? 

I don't think I've ever felt more "snatched" in a casual summer dress than I did when I slipped this one on. It starts with a Bridgerton-esque laced-up bustier that flares out into a chic skirt. Woven from organic linen, the fabric felt so light and breezy on my skin. No matter the forecast, I just know that I'll stay cool while wearing it. My favorite close-up detail that I didn't even notice when adding it to my cart is the scrunching of the shoulder straps.


An underrated detail is a slit at the front so you can show some leg.

The fanfare over the matching set isn't going anywhere, so I'm fangirling over this one. It's guaranteed to be a hit this summer. The effortless drop skirt is such a chic silhouette that gives me retro vibes. I have a feeling Jane Birkin would want to wear this. My favorite part of this dress overall, though, has to be the buttons. Ordering a pair of earrings to match is definitely a good idea. 


Eco-friendly, locally sourced fabric is just the icing on the cake.

Proof that you can wear the pieces of the set as separates in infinite ways.

Just when I thought I couldn't love looking at the buttons any more than I already do.

She's back and better than ever. The Daphne dress was a fashion-editor favorite last summer, and I'm very excited to see it reintroduced. Ruching is going to be big this summer, and this style really flatters the bust. I'm planning on living in this tan colorway, so this dress will be worn over and over.


Pro tip: You can take the belt off and wear it on its own. I'd style mine over a linen blazer.

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Fear not—you won't have to worry about wrinkles in this skirt.