Ellie Goulding's Boho Ensemble At The Universal Music Bash In London Is Perfect For Summer

Ellie Goulding sure knows a thing or two about dressing for summer. Now that it's officially July, summer is in full swing, and we all could use some outfit inspiration to keep us cool as temperatures rise. Ellie Goulding rocked a flowy nude lace dress at the Universal Music Bash in London this week and she looked absolutely flawless, giving all of us some serious outfit envy.

The singer arrived at the St. Pancras Hotel to celebrate her music label Universal Music's partnership with Marriott International looking super classy and a little bit sexy in a tan dress with lace details and a nipped in waist highlighting her svelte figure (no doubt thanks to her running, as she is a Nike ambassador). She paired her pretty, summery dress with some camel colored platform sandals, a matching beaded necklace, some gold bangles and a handful of rings.

Keeping her look summery from head-to-toe, Goulding wore her hair in loose, messy waves with a deep side part and showed off some seriously glowing skin, along with a subtle smokey eye and nude lips. Goulding's look will work for day or night, and we're pretty much obsessed with it.

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You can get similar versions of her dress too, in case you want to copy her boho look this summer.

1. Get Ellie Goulding's summery look with this dress from MissGuided

This tan dress from MissGuided follows Goulding's lead with its hourglass shape and nude color (Dayana Lace Sleeve Puff Ball Dress, $60, missguidedus.com)

2. Take a more laid back approach with this romper from Love Culture

It might not be a dress, but this nude lace romper will be just as comfortable and casual in the heat of summer. (Ivory Lace Trim Wrap Romper, $29.95, loveculture.com)

3. This simple dress from Sosie

If lace isn't really your thing, then we bet you'll dig this plain floaty dress from Sosie. (Cecelia Wrap Dress, $44, shopsosie.com)

Images: Getty, MissGuided, Love Culture, Sosie