Arizona Midday | Breezy Summer Dresses

Looking chic and pulled together while trying to stay cool in the heat of summer isn’t always easy, but with the right dress, you’ll have a go-to, less-styling-required ensemble. For styles on the shorter or more billowy side, don’t hesitate to layer a pair of shorts or skinny cropped trousers underneath. Not only is layering on-trend, but you’ll avoid any mishaps if a summer breeze comes up. On NBC Channel 12’s Arizona Midday, Angela highlighted some of the prettiest dresses for summer from Saks Fifth Avenue.

For details or questions regarding any of the items featured in the segment or shown in the photos, please email or comment below. 

Shop the Looks!


Maureen’s Outfit



Dress, Rebecca Taylor // Pendant, Stylist’s Own // Shoes, Model’s Own

Mjellma’s Outfit



Dress, Diane von Furstenberg // Earrings, Stylist’s Own // Shoes, Model’s Own

Bela’s Outfit



Dress, Alice + Olivia // Handbag, Shelli Segal // Earrings, Stylist’s Own // Shoes, Model’s Own

Karen’s Outfit



Dress, Alice + Olivia // Shoes, Model’s Own

Editorial Note: Special thanks to Saks Fifth Avenue at Biltmore Fashion Park in Phoenix for all clothes featured above and on the show.

Details on Angela’s outfit!




3 responses to “Arizona Midday | Breezy Summer Dresses”

  1. […] wore this dress for my TV segments on Arizona Midday this week — cobalt blue is the perfect on-air color! Notice that I switched from heels to […]

  2. Melanie says:

    I love all these dresses but the second one is definitely more my style 🙂 I’d wear the orange one but I’m too short blah

    • angela says:

      Hi Melanie! I’m glad you like the second one — so cute! I always try to show different styles so there’s something for everyone and different heights and body types. 🙂 The orange is really pretty too — it might work with wedges depending on your height. The model is 5’11” so she can do flats, but most of us need a wedge or heel with it! Thanks for your comments.

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