The best part about Mango’s current dress offering, though, is that most don’t play into the trends of the moment— instead they feel classic in ways and unique in others (and you’d be forgiven for thinking they were designer if you walked past them on the street). Yes, there’s a number of pretty floral dresses you can wear to everything from weddings to the park, but the prints feel more considered than generic. There’s also interesting knitted styles (cotton, don’t worry), out-of-the-ordinary silhouettes like maxis and cut-outs, and a refined colour palette ranging from neutrals to bold hues. All of which are features that make a high street piece feel much more expensive. Mango’s risks pay off, and it’s rather refreshing.
Below you’ll see the twenty-five Mango dresses I love most for this summer— some of which I saw in store and some I stumbled across on the website. All of them, though you’ll bring out summer after summer. Keep scrolling to shop