Tuesday, 8 May 2012

STYLING AND ACCESSORIZING MAXI DRESS



MAXI DRESS




When we speak of maxi dress, we think of summer. We imagine the sea of maxi dresses in various styles strutting along sun-kissed streets and maxi dress wearing women taking over the land, usually in flip-flops.
But I digress. Maxi dress isn´t only for summer, it can be worn for Fall and Spring seasons too, if you know what to do.

LOOK #1 (a)

Gorgeous twisted spaghetti straps maxi dress in Sulphur shade:  I love its V-neckline a lot, and its shirred banded waist. It´s made of cotton with lining for inside layer. It hits below the ankle.
In summer, you can wear this dress as is with flip-flops or flat sandals and oversized sunnies for a casual stroll. Quickly dress it up by wearing with it wedge sandals or sexy espadrilles. You can add colourful accessories to accent it such as bangles in assorted colours or long beaded necklace. But when the weather turns chilly, take it out of its element by toughening it with a leather jacket and killer ankle boots.

LOOK #1 (b)

And this is my version of this twist maxi dress for Fall. Yellow and black are known to create a beautiful mix. I would toughen the maxi dress with a cropped leather jacket and pair them with lace up high heel ankle boots. My only accessory is a silver head watch. If I feel a bit more chilly, I can also throw over a flannel scarf, underneath the jacket.
Get this Maxi Dress!
This twisted maxi dress is from Gap. It´s currently on sale for only £14.99 (23.38) and it´s available here.

LOOK #2

 Brightly patterned Maxi dress is a perfect look for those sunny days. Stand out from the crowd with abstract designs.
You can’t go wrong pairing these dresses with gladiator sandals either!




Some Maxi dresses you might like:

FOREVER 21

$34.80

FOREVER 21

$27.80
ESSENTIALS

$10.80


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