Friday 16 June 2023

An Ode To Son De Flor

Son De Flor Linen Dresses

Son De Flor Pink Gingham Linen Dress

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Son De Flor has been a staple in my wardrobe for over a year now and since receiving my first piece, I have grown quite the collection. It's hard to believe I've never dedicated a blog post to their dresses as I wear them so often. From butterfly sleeves to button ups, from minis to midis, I have a variety of their dresses to talk about and it's hard to know where to begin.

The Classic dresses come in a short and long sleeve version, both with a button up detail and delicate collar. The short sleeve offers the option to turn them up, to reveal the white contrasting material underneath. The Brown Checkers Mini Dress is perfect for Autumn, whilst the Marsala Red Midi Dress has been worn both at Christmas as well as Springtime amongst the flowers. 

The 'Sophie' silhouette has been a favourite of mine for some time, I have a forest green colour perfect for Autumn and Winter as well as a sunny yellow shade great for Springtime underneath the laburnum trees. As they have no buttons up the front, they're super comfortable and versatile too. 

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Son De Flor Butterfly Sleeve Linen Dress

Whilst it's a design they no longer do, I have to give a quick mention to my Nicole Midi Dress, a green wonder that makes me feel like I've stepped out of a storybook. When I first got it I was worried it was only going to only work in Autumn, but once paired with a straw hat and matching bag, I was off to frolic by the river in the Summertime too. 

On my personal wishlist, I've been looking at a 'Carmen' midi dress and come Autumn, I would love to have a black or rust brown piece in my wardrobe for all of those spooky, witchy vibes. Son De Flor have soft, comfortable linen with designs suited for a variety of outfits. I've worn them at English countryside gardens as well as hiking up hills, so to say they're versatile is an understatement. 

Have you got a Son De Flor dress? 


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