The long boho-chic dress has been around for some time, made popular by style setters in the 70s. Something about it seemed so easy, breezy, cool, so laissez-faire that it begged to be called up again during stressful and tight economic times. A street style favorite, and seen on spring runways from Chloe to Haider Ackermann, the maxi dress is headed straight for “new classics” territory.
While runways often feature ankle-length skirts and maxi dresses in a very specific regard (evening, edgy-cool, or Daisy Buchanan), they have the potential to supplant your favorite pair of boyfriend jeans or cut-offs to be THE piece you grab for in your closet when you’re stumped about what to wear. Maxi dress works for date night, errands, brunch, and even summer cocktail parties under the stars. Grab a basic version in black or grey jersey knit and some tips about how to dress it up or down, and you’ll find yourself with a few extra dollars in your purse for lack of needing an entirely new spring wardrobe.
Try pairing your maxi dress with a fitted blazer and a pair of flat sandals. Wear your signature jewelry pieces and revel in the chic that simplicity brings. If you’re an accessories girl, feel free to wrap a decorative scarf around your neck or brightly colored silk scarf around your wrist for a pop of color.
Often times, a woman’s shape is her greatest asset, which is one reason why the maxi dress is so brilliant. If you buy it fitted, with a touch of Lycra in the weave, it’ll hug you in all the right places, emphasizing your hips and waist differential. If you buy it a little bit loose, you’ve given yourself the opportunity to play with belts to give your curves the spotlight. A shorter torso should stick to skinny belts, while a longer or thicker one is best with medium and thick belts. Either way, you can add a touch of metallic, snakeskin or leopard to a plain dress for a sophisticated extra. Add a denim jacket for day or a leather jacket for night with a pair of pointed-toe kitten heels or sandals with gold metallic accents.
Want to dress up the look even more? Head to your costume jewelry, statement-making pieces. A chunky necklace or stack of glittering bangles on both wrists will take your dress from simple to opulent in a heartbeat. Just be aware of your shoe choice. Stilettos are no-no with maxis as the proportions don’t mix. If you want to go high, choose chunkier proportions to balance out length. Above all, never forget the power of a jacket or button-down top — open and tied at the waist — to give a completely different look to a dress you wear often.
If you’ve always wanted to be a “hat” girl but lacked the confidence to pull it off, a plain maxi dress is the perfect simple backdrop for such an eye-catching accessory. Fedoras and floppy wide-brimmed style hats complement maxis like peanut butter complements chocolate.
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I’m a huge fan of clothing that can transition, from office to home to weekend lounging, and from spring to fall. I don’t count winter in there because, in Hong Kong, you’re kind of bound to be wearing heavy pants, sweaters and boots through winter so there’s not much in the way of transitional options.
One of my favourite pieces is the maxi dress. They’re perfect for throwing on over a bathing suit for a Saturday at the beach. They’re great for wearing out to dinner on a sticky summer day when you know you’re going to end up with a stomach full of beer and appetizers. And, with the right accessories, they fit in just as well at the office (caveat: I have a pretty casual workplace). Make the layers a bit heavier, and your maxi dresses will take you through milder spring and fall temperatures, too.
I think the trick to an office-friendly maxi dress is to make sure doesn’t feature a really bright, tropical pattern. Florals, yes, stripes, yes, but in shades that are a bit less neon than something you might wear on a cruise. Finding dresses that have a bit more shape help combat the muumuu/nightgown look, too.
To make it okay for the office, I think you need a cardigan or shirt to cover up bare shoulders, and shoes that aren’t flip-flops.
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