How To Dress For Pub Gardens

We’re well into summer and despite the odd shower, most social events have gone al fresco. And even though we’re grateful for this change, it leaves us with the dilemma of what to wear – especially with the British weather being…well, the British weather. Dressing for both the day and night can be a challenge too, because let’s face it – you will be out all day (and night) long. So, be sure to check the weather forecast and get scrolling through these outdoor outfits.

Zigazig- Ah!

Jagged Midi Dress

Button Through Asymmeric V-Neck Dress, £40.00

Dressed up pieces than can be dressed down are a big hit this season – think trainers and long cuts. And in a midi shape, this wrap dress ticks all the boxes. With a plush zig-zag print that’s got us feeling dizzy for all the right reasons, it comes with a flattering waist tie and casual buttons running down the centre. Lightweight fabric makes it great for warmer climates and the olive green is a perfect match for a denim jacket.

It’s A Jungle

Floral Maxi Dress

Leaf Print High Neck Maxi Dress, £35

Would it be a summer without a floral dress to wear? If another heatwave is predicted, make sure this maxi dress goes straight in your basket. The flippy fabric drapes to the ankle while the sleeveless style and high neckline has been designed to keep you cool. And who doesn’t love a tropical print We’re wearing ours with a pair of chunky sandals and a faux-leather jacket for the evening.

Wrap It Up

Floral Maxi Dress

Floral Wrap High Low Maxi Dress, £40.00

Fancy pubs deserve a fancy dress. So, if your day is going to be a little bit more champagne, fine dining and tealights in the garden, invest in something equally as glam: this maxi dress. It comes with a crossover shape that’s ideal for eating a little too much at lunchtime, short sleeves and a sweet blossom print. Take a pair of heels if the pub leads onto the club…