Boux Avenue now sells dresses and YES PLEASE 👏🏻

Zara McDermott is already a fan

Boux Avenue dresses

by Aimee Jakes |

Lingerie brand Boux Avenue may be known for their gorgeous underwear sets and cosy loungewear, but they have just dropped their first dress collection and we're seriously impressed.

Searches for “Going Out Dresses” has increased by 359% year on year, according to Google search data, so this drop is perfectly timed for post-lockdown lunches, brunches and beyond.

From figure-sculpting bodycon dresses to summery frocks, there is something for everyone in Boux Avenue's new collection, aptly named Party in The Park.

The prices range from £30 to £40, making them hella bank balance-friendly. They also currently have a very generous 20% discount for students.

Zara McDermott looked sensational in the Aisha strap ruched mini dress in Strawberry.

A chuffed customer added, "Love love the dress so pretty and the fit is beautiful."

Shop the best bits from the collection below and thank us later.

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The Boux Avenue dresses to have on your radar

Aisha strap ruched mini dress - Strawberry
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Sofia spot tiered smock dress - White Mix
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Emily long sleeved ruched mini dress - Black
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Saffron smock shirt dress - Powder Pink
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Sofia ditsy tiered smock dress - Black Mix
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Sofia daisy tiered smock dress - Red Mix
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Delilah gingham smock dress - Black & White
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