Dress to Impress — May 22, 2014 at 10:50 am

Find Your Perfect Summer Sun Dress


Nothing screams ‘summer’ quite like a fun, floral sundress and big sunglasses that hide your face after a night of drinking. With Memorial Day Weekend upon us, it’s finally time to break out the sandals, slip on a dress, and complete your simple summer look. Sometimes it can be difficult to find that perfect summer dress, that can take you from a daytime barbecue to a nighttime soiree, especially with the sky-high prices at many of our favorite stores. PinkBasis.com offers cute and affordable frocks online in hundreds, if not thousands, of prints, styles and sizes. The website has so many different options, including both clothing and accessories, one could actually shop till they drop without even leaving their home.

Additionally, the site is constantly updating their arsenal with on-trend items, making sure you’re up to speed each season. We styled one of our favorite PinkBasis sundresses for a great summer look — the Mint Ivory Crisscross Center A-Line Dress is the perfect balance of sweet and sexy. The flow-y dress is comfortable and cute and looks great dressed up or dressed down. At nighttime when it gets a bit chillier, all you need to do is add a simple cardigan and you’re set!



1. Chloe Marcie Oversized Sunglasses ($396) | 2. Ippolita Rose Rock Candy Multi-Shape Drop Earrings ($795) | 3. Eileen Fisher Organic Linen Angle Front Cardigan ($198) | 4. Mint Ivory Printed CrissCross Center A-Line Dress ($14.99) | 5.  Elegant Footwear Botti Open Toe Bootie ($19) | 6. Lauren by Ralph Lauren Pearl Haze Small Openwork Mop Illusion ($55) | 7. Givenchy Antigona Small Leather Envelope Clutch ($1,025) |

PinkBasis.com is not only extremely affordable, but their items also go on sale, making shopping guilt-free. Make sure to check them out for to find the perfect summer sun dress for you!

Twisted Talk: Have you ever head of PinkBasis.com? What do you think of our summer outfit? Discuss below!


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