Four Maxi Dresses...And How To Wear Them

Friday, March 30, 2012

By now, you should be fully aware of our obsession with the maxi dress. When mentioning long lengths the first thought is usually evening wear. However, the floor grazing frock is a chic daytime selection. The maxi trend has been going strong for several years and doesn't seem to be dying down. A day-approved, evening-ready dress is always obsession worthy.  I encourage every girl to invest in several maxi's.

Yesterday I combed through the racks for a few dresses. The first, a bold ethnic inspired chevron printed maxi.  The rich hue and gorgeous multi-colored beading on the neckline of second dress was irresistible.  A basic solid colored maxi is a necessity. Last but not least something all out girly

Laid Back Chic - Be comfortable without compromising your style. Throw on a colored denim jacket and flats for an effortless yet fashionable look. (Denim Jacket, $27.99; Maxi Dress, $19.99; Braided Thong Sandal, $14.99)

Nautical - Get ready to set sail, slip into roped sandals and earn your stripes. (Solid maxi Dress, $14.99; Open Weave Striped Sweater, $16.99; Star Necklace, $6.99; Cross-body Bag, $16.99)

Globetrotter - Draw inspiration from all over the world.  Bead and wood accents will add to your international flair. (Printed Maxi Dress, $14.99; Faux Elephant Tusk Necklace, $4.99; Beaded Sandals, $14.99)

Flower Child - Plop on a floppy, dark shades, long necklace and florals for a care free look. (Floral Print Maxi Dress, $14.99; Floppy Hat, $7.99; Sunglasses, $6.99; Necklace, $8.99; Braided Flats, $14.99)

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