Beach dresses | My Bikini Musthaves

When it comes to beachwear I’m definitely a dress girl instead of shorts or skirts. A dress is super comfortable and you always look stylish and feminine. Not that I never rock the tomboy look or don’t wear sneakers, but on the beach I’m all for easy, effortless and eye-cathing.

I choose my dress according to the location. For example, if I go to a beautiful beach in Thailand I would wear a long maxi dress in a solid color. But when I’m on Ibiza I rather go for a short dress with striking print and matching accessories. There’s only one sort of unwritten rule when it comes to beach dresses: don’t match your dress completely with your bikini or swimsuit. That’s a bit too obvious and it’s more fun to mix and match. Choose one color from your bikini and match your dress with it. Or if you wear a solid bikini choose a colour from the same palette and let that color come back into the dress.

When I’m looking for a new beach dress I always go to Asos, Free People or to the site of the swimwear brand itself. And if my budget allows it I’ll browse through the beautiful beach dresses on Net-a-Porter. I have an endless wishlist on that site but when it comes to beach dresses I often buy a simple and easy style that I can wear on every day of my holiday if I want (trust me, that doesn’s happen don’t worry). I think I buy one expensive beach dress each year and I keep those for ever. At the end of this post I’ve selected super cute beach dresses for you to wear on your next holiday. Whether it’s short or long, cheap or expensive, I know there will be at least two dresses that you will like.

Love,
Gala
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