Summer Style With Bon Prix

June 1, 2013

Daily Digest

Summer Style With Bon Prix

Pictured: Chain pocket blazer, cabbage rose print cowl dress and neon snakeskin wedges – all Bon Prix

Does anyone else find summer dressing hard to do in this country? Although rain showers are always to be expected there’s no need to hide under drab clothes and dark colours. The 2013 summer collection from Bon Prix is the perfect way to inject some life back into your wardrobe but still be prepared for any weather downturn.

There are certain summer staples that’ll get you through an Irish summer.


Layering is key to summer dressing as  while The sun may be shining on your way to work, by the time you leave work it could be lashing rain. A white blazer is great for summer months, but neutrals like navy and beige will work too.

Loose-fitting trousers

Slouchy trousers are perfect for warmer days worn with a vest top and sandals or wedges if you need some height. Harem trousers and chinos are great for relaxed, effortless style.


Brighter days mean that you can opt for a printed trousers or a floral dress and there are styles to suit all personal styles in the shops right now. This cabbage rose print cowl dress ticks all the right boxes for this look; it’s bright, it’s ideal for holidays abroad but will command the room when worn at home too. On cooler days, wear it with a cardigan or blazer.


Brights have been taken to a whole new level this summer with the neon or fluro trend as seen at House Of Holland  and Simone Rocha. This time around it is sharp, edgy and stylish and can add a pop of colour to update your existing clothes. We love these neon snakeskin wedges which will do just that.

Summer isn’t always sunshine and blue skies but that doesn’t mean your summer style has to suffer!

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