HomeOutfits By Style TypesClassy ChicHow to Style Sundresses in the City Here are some great ways to style your sundress into something more in-the-city-worthy. Look for a cute dainty sundress like this one in lavender with tribal stitching, perfect for a warm and sunny afternoon then wear this with brown wooden heel wedges. Add sunglasses, a modern watch and a nice shoulder bag. Adding a cardigan is the perfect way to spice up your sundress look. Layering always looks great. Also, it’s a great way to look cozy and warm when it’s a little chilly outside. Sport a kind of country meets city style for the day with a tile-print strappy sundress paired with gladiator sandals, and a straw clutch. Add a wrist watch, floral earrings and a nice necklace. Try pairing a fun, floral sundress with this kimono with hole patterns. It’s a great alternative to the usual floral-print kimonos and besides, you’re already wearing a floral dress so a floral kimono won’t be a great alternative. It’s just too much floral – unless you’re okay with that. Adding a scarf is always a nice touch, whatever your outfit for the day may be. They’re very stylish and versatile and it could easily upgrade your boring look into runway chic. Slip on a pair of sneakers that will match your sundress. The common type of footwear is usually Converse shoes because they’re simple and very easy to wear. We believe you could wear a cocktail dress with a pair of Converse and nobody will bat an eye on you. Pop a wide brim hat on your head and slide in to your favorite denim jacket or vest for a normcore look then complete your ensemble with a sling bag, multiple silver rings and flat sandals. You will look rocker chic if you style your sundress with a leatherjacket, knee-high boots and leather ankle boots. You can even wear yours with a wool coat in whatever color you wish, especially if you’re sundress is in white. Be a little more fashion forward by pairing your sundress in this military style jacket. It will give out a tough, yet girly vibe at the same time.