Back in Style: Maxi Dresses
Worn slightly above the ankle, chic maxi dresses were very popular during the sixties and into the seventies. Everything old is new again, the fashionable maxi is back in style.
There are no limits to the patterns and mode of this trendy ankle length frock. Choose a flowing rayon handkerchief hem maxi dress with spaghetti straps. It is perfect for date night or a casual dinner. Ideal for warm weather, this mesmerizing gypsy print has a scoop neck atop a full a-line skirt.
If you prefer a warmer dress, a three-quarter length sleeve maxi is just the style. You will look lovely in a polyester/spandex empire waist beauty with a sexy v-neckline ending just above knotted ruching. The easy pullover style is just snug enough to show off your figure, yet with ample fullness for comfort. It is available in warm colors of navy, teal and magenta.
A casual black and white printed peasant dress with flutter sleeves will capture your softer side. The scoop neckline and ruffled hem signify the rustic style. Snug at the elasticized waist, the full skirt flows graciously to the ankle.
The blues have it in this essential chevron print, halter top maxi dress. The light sweater fabric is simply sublime for all seasons. Add a shrug or bolero in cool weather. Light and dark blue zig zags are accented with a navy tie at the waist. A band of navy underlines the hem that ends at the ankle.
Picture a white maxi racerback dress, composed of smooth rayon/spandex with a scoop neckline. Top it off with a slightly shorter, heather gray sheer chiffon dress to crate a high low hem. This charming, casual dress is unique and summer ready. Dress it up with your favorite sparkling jewelry or keep it relaxed with colorful baubles.
You can’t go wrong with an up-to-the-minute, classic maxi dress.