30 Tent Dresses (from $30 to $300) to Wear All Summer Long
You know when it’s the middle of summer and the last thing you can think about is wearing tight, hot clothes that show off every sweat stain? Yeah, us too. Enter the tent dress. Billowing and breezy, this style is perfect for when you can’t be bothered to wear anything even remotely formfitting. Here, 30 to fit every budget.
Flattering neckline + flattering hemline = happiness.
Isn't it weird when two colors you'd assume would clash actually look incredible together?
This one's ladylike without being too froufrou.
FYI, this would look just as lovely with flat sandals and a messy ponytail.
Channel your inner Palm Beach socialite.
...Or your inner Woodstock yoga teacher.
Psst…this one comes in black, white and blue in case you’re more into neutrals.
Between the paisley print and the flowy silhouette, we're in love.
In a modest cut and earthy color, this dress is perfect for gals who don’t love dresses.
Just try not to twirl in this.
You know, for ventilation.
Fancy it up with heeled sandals and knockout accessories, or dress it down with crisp white sneakers.
Sometimes there's a party in the front and the back.
To let a bold print like this shine, try to keep your accessories minimal.
Psst...polka dots are one of the season's hottest prints.
Did someone say cocktail party?
This is just begging to be jazzed up with metallic accessories.
Pink! Purple! Pom-poms! Stripes!
A little ‘70s-inspired, a lot wearable.
Pair this minidress with simple, flat sandals to keep it casual.
You’ll barely notice the long sleeves since it’s super-lightweight cotton.
Can't decide which we love more: the tassels or the poppy motif.
Fun, playful and totally righteous.
Maybe keep a Tide pen on hand while wearing this little number.
Ideal for a midsummer night’s wedding.
Easy, breezy, beautiful.
You know, just until it’s chilly enough to pull out your full-length jeans again.
If (for some reason) you're not feeling the oversize look, this cool frock has an adjustable drawstring at the waist.
To wear to a garden party…or any brunch, really.