The Famous Also Opt for Summer Dresses

The famous sometimes are like the rest of us mortals, and in summer with heat, are also committed by more summer dresses. Fresh designs trend, comfortable and beautiful dresses. Dresses in white, both smooth or with printed details of flowers, are most viewed. What is your favorite outfit?

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The famous also opt for summer dresses

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The famous also bet on 5 summer dresses

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1/5 Reese Witherspoon

Reese Witherspoon with a white skater dress with floral print in blue klein combined with white sandals, a lemon-yellow bag and straw hat.

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2/5 Kate Mara

Kate Mara with a very cool dress and style slightly wide in mustard yellow. We love the detail of the hanging length.

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3/5 Alexa Chung

The it girl Alexa Chung bet by a straight dress above the knee with tropical print in black and white. The cleavage in peak fits very well, even though the jacket in the neck left a little.

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4/5 Emmy Rossum

The actress Emmy Rossum opts for a white dress, fashionable this season. It is a wide strap and midi-style dress, shoes are also white, and breaks the total look white with a red bag.

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5/5 Pixie Lott

Pixie Lott chooses a mini White strapless neckline closed in jacquard fabric with painted flowers.

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