The flowing, fluid lines of the dresses combined with the edgier, more barbarous elements of the trend such as the gladiator sandals make this look modern, wearable and captivating. Through out the years Grecian style dresses have sauntered their way onto the red carpets on the shoulders of many A-listers including Mischa Barton, Kate Winslet and most recently the Duchess of Cambridge.

So how to wear these Grecian dresses I hear you ask. Do not fear! The draping often associated with these dresses makes them extremely flattering on all shapes and sizes, whether you’re looking for something loose and flowing, structured and figure hugging, short or long there will be something to suit everyone. If you decide to go for something loose and billowing you always have the option of adding a fierce metallic belt to add style and power.

The colours that accompany this trend are often neutral shades including cream, white, pale pink and beige, however modern influences have seen Grecian dresses take form in hues of blue, purple and orange. So if the thought of wearing pale pink puts you off, opt for a richer shade! In relation to your feet, Grecian style dresses look great with heels or flats, if you’re off on holiday then opt for some edgy gladiator sandals, if you’re off on a night out then some chunky wedges or heels would look amazing!

If you decide you don’t want to go ‘all out’ then there are loads of other ways to incorporate this trend into your beauty and fashion routine including; jewellery, hair pieces and hair styles and shoes. Braiding your hair is seriously on trend right now and this pays homage to the Grecian ideal. Another option would be to wear a jewelled head band, this adds a touch of glam to any outfit and would be perfect for a festival to keep the hair out of your face!