Wedding Season is right around the corner, which means the hunt for fancy dresses begins! For someone on a budget, purchasing multiple formal dresses that you might only wear once can be a drag. Look no further than the Kaja Dress, a Copious perennial that flatters everyone and works for any occasion. It is easy to dress up and down, so it can be restyled over and over again in your wardrobe! Copious has three colour ways this season that you can personalize and style differently for all your summer parties this season. 

spring dress, fit and flare style, handmade in Torontopink floral fit and flare printed dress, handmade in Torontocobalt blue dress with black lace back, handmade in Toronto

 The newest colour way is a gorgeous stretch cobalt blue that features a sheer back with victorian pattern. This back pairs perfectly with a black bralette (bonus points for interesting strappy details.)  Emma wears the Kaja Dress in size 4 with Aldo earrings and a vintage purse.

cobalt blue dress, summer dress, handmade in Torontopink floral fit and flare dress, handmade in Toronto

 This floral version is the perfect summer dress for weddings or bridal events this summer! The Navy back with textured diamond print is the perfect touch of sheer to be playful with a colourful bra. Emma wears the Kaja Dress in size 4 with Aldo earrings, vintage necklace, Heel Boy Wedges.

navy cotton fit and flare dress, handmade in Torontonavy cotton summer dress with coral back handmade in Toronto

 I always try and choose sheer fabrics with texture or a design that can easily camouflage a bra, cause who are we kidding, some of us need a bra! The pattern and texture on this sheer fabric is a great concealer for a nude bra. If you are attending a wedding where you need more coverage for the ceremony a shawl or kimono can be a great extra layer to style with this colour way, while upping your outfit game at the same time! Emma wears the Kaja Dress in size 4 with Aldo earrings, vintage kimono and Heel Boy Wedges.

Written by Carissa McCaig

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