The tea dress
will perennially be in style. They’ve been prevalent in women’s wardrobes since the 1940s, when chic housewives would style them up with seamed tights and red lips. But today’s tea dress is cooler and younger — made cult again by brands like Ganni, Rixo and Reformation. It’s frillier and more feminine, with fresh prints and modern cuts and looks great styled with
sneakers or flats. Our favorite new tea dress comes in white, and is more likely seen at a festival or a summer rooftop than serving up slices of cake. Here’s everything you need to know about the new LWTD — little white tea dress — your new season wardrobe BFF.