From the floral to minimal, billowing cotton to sumptuous silks, there really is a style for everyone (and every body shape) this season. But it’s not really about which silhouette you buy, it’s about how you wear what you’ve selected. Here we are: spring is here and we are all waiting for better times. I know, talking abut fashion and trends might seem superficial, but my opinion is that we need also something beautiful and nice, while we listen to news that are, in one word, awful.
The maxi has become a seasonless wardrobe essential, and as such, a myriad of new ways to style them have arisen. In winter, we were wearing ours over roll-necks and jeans and pairing them with heavy jackets, but now that spring has arrived (and summer not far behind it), there’s a refresher course to enrol in. I love the new, maxi dress, white trend, because I love the pieces that remind me not just of summer and vacations, but they make me think also about a boho, shabby wedding. We will wear them with flat sandals, but also with leather, soft boots and cognac accessorises, like a true country girl.
Maxi dresses are typically form-fitting at the top and cut to flow loosely over the body at the bottom. Always in style, this wardrobe staple for women is available in so many fabrics. Personally I adore the long dresses with fluffy sleeves, the one with lace, or the models with the naked back (still so sexy and fresh). Do you love the forgiving silhouette of a flowing maxi dress for summer, but worry that your figure will get lost in all that fabric? The easiest way to create a flattering silhouette in a loose, billowing dress is to belt it at the waist.
Yes, you can wear the long white dress also with a pair of white sneakers.
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