When exploring a foreign country, you naturally want to look ready for any sudden photo-op moment, and wearing prints that effortlessly perk up your look will help you do just that. Celebs seem to think so too; based on their OOTDs, a printed dress is a staple vacation piece! 

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If you need a little more convincing, here are reasons why should consider packing a printed frock for your next (warm-weather) getaway:

1. It requires no styling! With an eye-catching print, you won't need to accessorize much; just throw them on and head straight out of your hotel room. 

2. A baby blue-colored floral dress makes one look  effortlessly sophisticated in photos, especially on a hot day:

3. You'll still look dressed enough for your OOTDs or fancy dinners even when you pair them with sneakers.

Laid-back but always classy! 

As seen on Kim Chiu, a pair of edgy black boots also makes an interesting contrast with a printed dress: 

4. Loose printed dresses look chic with travel-friendly totes like backpacks and crossbody bags.  

Shop for these printed dresses below: 

TRY: Revival The Label Eli Wrap Dress, P1,900, available online

TRY: Revival The Label Madi Wrap Dress, P1,950, available online  

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TRY: Zara Floral Print Dress, P3,295, available online

TRY: Mango Linen Blend Midi Dress, P2,995, available online

TRY: Rhipes Clothing Sonya Dress, P799, available online 

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