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Top 10 Celeb Summer Dresses

Jul 13, 2012

From floor-length to floral celebs know that summer is the perfect time to ditch your denim and don a dress! Whether you like pretty prints or floaty fabrics, everyone has their fave frock in summer, take a look at the Top 10 Celeb Summer Dresses!

No.10: Willow Smith

We’re so used to seeing Willow look totally rock n’ roll that her lovely lemon vintage-inspired dress was a welcome surprise at this year’s BET Awards.

Willow SmithSunny Smith: Willow at the 2012 BET Awards
 

No.9: AnnaSophia Robb

This large print floral transforms AnnaSophia Robb into a ‘50’s femme fatale.

AnnaSophiaAnnaSophia is a classic cutie
 

No.8: Shay Mitchell

“Pretty” Little Liar indeed! Shay Mitchell is stunning wearing this sky blue number, with a jeweled belt to add interest to the ensemble.

Shay MitchellBombshell in blue Shay Mitchell
 

No.7: Nina Dobrev

Floor-length dresses are big this season, and Nina blows us away looking beautiful in beige, with a little hippy headband to boot!

Nina DobrevNina Dobrev in a groovy gown
 

No.6: Jessica Alba

Pink and white combined with a flirty fabric make for the perfect summer party dress on Jessica Alba.

Jessica AlbaPretty in Pink (and White!)
 

No.5: Bella Thorne

Bella Thorne is quickly making a name for herself as a style trendsetter and this short and shiny dress is no exception.

Bella ThorneBella goes with shiny and short
 

No.4: Vanessa Hudgens

Vanessa looks like a beach babe in this sandy summer dress.

Vanessa HudgensBeach babe Vanessa Hudgens
 

No.3: Ashley Greene

Bright and bold, Ashley’s dress is what summer is all about.

Ashley GreeneAshley Greene uses flower power
 

No.2: Elizabeth Olsen

Just like her older sisters Elizabeth Olsen is a master of boho-chic, and this lacey shapeless shift is the perfect way to stay covered up and cool.

Elizabeth OlsenElizabeth Olsen is lovely in lace
 

No.1: Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift tops the list - there are almost too many simple, sweet and stylish dresses in her collection to choose from, but we love this dainty demure dress on her.

Taylor SwiftTaylor Swift is a summer sweetheart
 

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