Comfortable. Stylish. Versatile. Well-made.

These are the words of Adin from Chetopian Family, describing our Summerfest dress in the houses print as she styles it SIX ways. In addition to her being a fan of the dress, I also want to introduce her as a supporter of fair trade!

“First of all, I love the fact that Mata Traders supports fair trade. And I am happy to share the news about this company with all of you readers out there,” she says.


Check out the versatility of the houses print! Seeing the wide variety of styling Adin does with the dress makes you think it’s six different pieces!

A floral wedge completes a comfy, breezy look for a summer date. If you don’t want a bag cluttering your (super cute) outfit, grab your keys and throw them in the hidden pockets!

How about vintage casual? Paired with a loose top and a skinny belt, it’s a perfect indie look.

Go edgy festival fashionista with a light army jacket and a chic pair of sunglasses.

Throw on a green cardi and a cute fedora to keep it sleek on windy days.

With a button-up tie blouse, turn the dress into an effortless skirt. You’ll definitely need some beach-time in this outfit.

I love Adin’s styling with this last look especially– making the Summerfest dress a top! Many of us have solid-color skirts in our closets, sometimes lacking the right printed top to pair with them. Who’d have thought this dress could fill that gap? As you’ve seen in Adin’s remixes, the Summerfest dress is a very versatile piece. She took it in so many different directions, and you can do the same. You can find her original post here, and if you’re looking for this dress in other prints, it also comes in red! Thanks for reading and please stay tuned for even more blogger style posts to come!