I think you have to have a certain figure to really pull them off (meaning, tall and relatively skinny). I don’t own any, but there is a lovely tie dye one from Joie up for redemption in the reward section that I love… it’s the only one I’ve ever seen that I’ve even considered wearing.posted about 2 years ago
Do you think maxis will be ok to wear this spring/summer? because that style is so noticeable (floor length dress vs. a more subtle trend like metal accents) it’d be even more obvious if worn out of season. I even saw grandmas wearing them last summer, so I don’t want to beat a dead horse with a stick.
but I loove maxis :) just bought another one a few weeks ago, so I can’t wait until it gets wearmerposted about 2 years ago
I really love maxi-dresses! But I’m still looking for the perfect one, does someone knows where to buy one? I checked Zara already..
If I had one i’d combinate it with wedges, a denimjacket or other jacket and very much accessoires! a bit bohemian!
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I like them but I am always to short to actually make them work for me :( I wish I was taller !posted about 2 years ago
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Thanks!!!posted over 1 year ago
I love maxi dresses. The ones I have are for formal occasions so I wear them with a long coat, a long cape (the one you can see in my avatar), and black heels. Nothing too much. I just focus on my make up and hair, I want to make my whole outfit look vintage and hair always make the difference. Concerning every day, when I go out I love wearing my long sheer skirt or other long skirts I have. I combine the light pink one with a beige knitted top, light pink high heels and a light pink envelope bag. I intend to wear this outfit on Sunday so I’ll take some photos.posted over 1 year ago