15 Fabulous Ways You Can Wear Tea Dresses

Tea dresses are absolutely darling for summer. A tea dress is refreshing and very fitting for those who wants something easy to throw in yet still very stylish. Its silhouette is romantic and breezy. It’s a wardrobe staple that every girl of every age should own. Another plus is that there’s a style for anyone–whether you’re going for floral or geometric prints, below or above the knee, et cetera.

Check out these 15 fabulous outfit ideas for wearing tea dresses this summer.

1. Floral tea dresses is such a common combination that dates back on the ’60s. It was housewives’ uniform then, but it’s for everyone now. And it is particularly excellent for brunch.

floral tea dress

2. Bateau neckline has always been a personal favorite of mine with its instant femininity. A sleeveless tea length dress with an A-line pleated skirt and the top half fitting snugly hits a wave of nostalgia for the ’60s. In the case of the girl below, her round equally vintage glasses is a wonderful classic throwback.

vintage floral dress

3. The dress Taylor Swift wore itself has a boho vibe around it but to balance it all out, she had a perfectly modern purse and pointy heels to match it with.

floral boho print tea dress taylor swift

4. Try out a bold printed tea length dress and achieve a look between athleisure and girliness.

blue printed tea dress

5. Opt out for a microprint tea-length dress with a girly short sleeves and balance the look out with modern accessories such as leather bag and buckled boots.

micro print tea dress

6. With a funky bold-colored tea-length dress in all-around faux fur, you wouldn’t need anything else in your outfit. The sports collar gives a little structured detail on the garment that keeps it from getting too overwhelming. And the cute mini handbag and strapped heels helps, too.

textured tea dress

7. You can go minimalist and monochromatic with a shift tea-length dress and a long cream lace vest. That nude kitten heels is sassy yet comfortable. Now who said you can’t be comfortable and look fabulous at the same time?

sheath tea dress

8. Take a different plunge of vintage classiness by wearing a tea-length dress in one of the trendiest patterns of the season–gingham. For a comfortable casual look, opt for a buttoned-down dress with collar. For an all-out throwback sport a dress with bateau neckline and classic silhouette.

gingham tea dress

9. Hey, fashion mavens have been recreating ways to dress denim this season, right? We might as well go for a structured and feminine tea-length dress which will be so contrasting to the downright comfortable material. That woven bag adds to the summery feel of this outfit and makes this a great look for picnics.

denim tea dress

10. The mini polka dots is surprisingly fitting to the girl here and pairing it with the boots makes this outfit country chic. This reminds us of Taylor Swift’s style back when she was just a rising star.

tea dress and boots

11. Make your bright tea-length dress look edgy with black leather jacket, black tote bags, and black caged heels. And you won’t even look like a police tape doing it.

yellow tea dress and leathr jacket

12. If you’re not too interested with an edgy look, you could also slip a long cardigan that’s a few inches higher than your tea-length dress.

tea dres and long cardigan

13. There is complete elegance and a dash of innocence in this dress. It’s perfect for any formal events from a lunch party to attending a wedding.

yellow and white tea dress

14. A lacy tea-length dress gives off a feel of innocence that doesn’t require any other accessories and that red pumps balances it out with an alluring touch to the outfit.

15. This tea-length silky dress is as dressy as any dress could ever be and will be wonderful for a night look. The plunging neckline leads the attention to your face and that black belt is definitely a nice touch. With an outfit as dressy as this, you wouldn’t need any additional accessories.

silk tea dress