Now the smock dress isn’t for everyone but this fashion trend is an instagram favourite and it’s here to stay.
If like me you have eaten your own body weight in chocolate over the Easter bank holiday weekend, then you will agree that this is the way to go. Originally worn by countryside peasants, the smock style went on to become a popular style for children’s fashion in the 19th century. It can be identified by its voluminous silhouette that hangs loosely on the body and the ruched fabric, which typically features on the shoulders and bust.
It’s not the easiest trend to style and wear and it can possibly resemble granny’s nightgown, however there are lots of different options on the high street available to try. So go check out these variations and wear the must have dress of the season.
Happy shopping x