Get in line.
If you have been looking for the perfect dress to wear to a wedding, Christening, party, hen – you name it, look no further.
French brand Sezané (prepare to want everything) created a dress as part of their summer collection last year that was so popular it sold out in no time. Realising the power of the Pippa dress, the brand rereleased it this month – after a whopping 12 000 people joined the waitlist for it.
Talk about in-demand.
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And to be fair, it is easy to see the Pippa dress’ universal appeal.
Available in several colourways, including black, green, yellow and pink, the dress features a side tie detail, cap sleeves and thigh-high side split. Given it’s made from organic cotton, it will also be breathable and will help to keep you cool in the summer months.
The understated dress looks great on every body type, and comes in sizes XS to XXL.
By adding a tie detail at the waist, the dress fits the silhouette of its wearer like a glove, leading to the sort of compliments that will be followed by gushes of “Just where is that dress from?”
We love the colours it comes in – so perfect for summer.
But also, the fact that it is made from organic cotton means that your skin is able to breathe, regardless of the temperamental mood swings of the weather.
If you are not familiar with Sezané as a brand, the French label was founded back in 2013, and has since made it its mission to create the most beautiful, feminine, distinctly French Girl pieces that you will reach for again and gain.
The label’s founder, Morgane Sézalory, was intent on crafting a digital native brand that cut through the noise of the fashion industry and provided people with fuss-free fashion that will stand the test of time.
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