Four Fabulous New Floral Dresses from Phase Eight…

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On Saturday morning, I went shopping in nearby Kingston-upon-Thames and I popped into one of my favourite shops, John Lewis.

In the Phase Eight concession there, they had some gorgeous new floral dresses on display.  And I fell in love with the Geranium Print Fit & Flare Dress above!

With a bit of a 50s feel, it has a tulle underlay to give a full skirt, a detachable tie around the waist and a lovely vibrant floral print.

It would be perfect for a special occasion such as a wedding, garden party or social event like Ascot or Henley.

Here are a few more of Phase Eight’s new floral frocks…and there are lots more on their website.

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Ditsy-Floral-Illusion-Dress-Phase-Eight

Vintage-Floral-Dress-Phase-Eight

Admittedly, having had snow yesterday, the summer may seem a very long way off.

But it doesn’t do any harm at all to dream of warm sunny days when we can wear dresses like these…

(Images : Phase Eight)

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4 Responses to Four Fabulous New Floral Dresses from Phase Eight…

  1. Nova says:

    LOVE the geranium print dress. The style and the floral print are beautiful!

    A side note… I really enjoy reading Flowerona daily, particularly posts such as this that highlight items with a floral theme in addition to your posts on flowers and the floral industry happenings. Keep up the amazing work, Rona! : )

  2. JAY says:

    I have tried very where to try and purchase VINTAGE FLORAL DRESS size 10 But have been unlucky. But I will keep trying. Just love this dress tried it on in size 8 but to small need the size 10. If anybody can help me please do.

    Cheers

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