Frankie Bridge has taken to her Instagram to share her weekly wardrobe favourites, and as always, we’re obsessed.
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The former member of The Saturdays shared the post which showed off an array of gorgeous midi dresses featuring floral, polka dot and striped prints.
Frankie looked gorgeous in the patterned midi dresses
With wedding season fast approaching, these pretty dresses are perfect for special occasions, or for adding to your wardrobe as summer daywear pieces.
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She captioned the post "Let’s just pretend we know what the weather is doing for a minute". Fans quickly took to the comments, sharing their favourites from the collection.
Keen to shop the look? You’re in luck, as some of Frankie’s favourites are currently in stock. And the best part? They’re all high street brands. Don't hang about though if you see something you like - a sell-out is highly likely!
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Wrap frill maxi dress, £42, ASOS
Combining comfort and style, the floaty dress with a wrap front and shirred sleeves is the perfect day-to-night piece. Complete with a polka dot print, we recommend teaming the dress with a pair of trainers and handbag for an everyday look, or dressing up with a pair of heels for a glamorous ensemble.
Floral midi tea dress, £45, Marks & Spencer
The Nobody’s Child tea dress features a feminine V-neck and short sleeves that are complete with delicate ties. The fitted dress comes in at the waist for a flattering fit, in a gorgeous floral print.
Ruffle cut-out midi dress, £44.99, ASOS
The ruffle dress features a gorgeous yellow sunflower design with flattering cut-out panels across the side, plus an open back that ties together for an elegant finish. Pair with heels and dainty jewellery for a breathtaking look that’s perfect for weddings or special occasions.
We’re getting major style envy from Frankie!
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