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The Latest in Maxi Dresses

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It flows and grazes the floor and is timelessly stylish. The maxi dress is flattering on every silhouette, can be dressed up or dressed down, and is a garment that is especially fun to wear during the summer season. There have been maxi dresses going as far back as the 1930s, but the famous long dress in all its glory appears to have been credited by iconic designer Oscar de la Renta. Suddenly, Grace Kelly was photographed in a printed Oscar de la Renta maxi dress, and millions followed in her fashionable footsteps. It was de la Renta who ignited the passion for the maxi dress in the late 1960s, and women around the world were watching. Modern-day style icons like Kate Moss are also a fan of glamorous maxi dresses whose hemlines fall below the ankle and look effortlessly chic.

Every woman needs a maxi dress in her closet because the timeless garment can take her anywhere and look glamorous doing it. Colorful accessories can enhance the beauty of one’s maxi dress. Sunglasses, a handbag, and footwear that pick up the hues in the dress’s pattern will add extra polish.

This summer, the maxi dress is making its presence known once again. It’s comfortable and versatile in fabric and design, and there is a maxi dress for every woman. Halter, one shoulder, strapless, short sleeve, long sleeve, cap sleeve, the maxi is lovely on both young and old.

One of the reasons for its popularity is the fact that it can be used for nearly any occasion. Attico’s silk dress at Farfetch is an example of a maxi for formal events. The stunning frock features short sleeves, elasticated cuffs, an elasticated waistband, a front button fastening, a long length, a floral pattern, and a deep plunge v-neck.

The Zimmermann floral-print voile dress is another maxi option that defines casual elegance with its pretty ruffled neckline that can be adjusted from a squared shape to sit on the arms for a stylish look. Girly and delicate, this one would look ideal with fine jewelry and sandals.

Lisa Marie Fernandez’s green and white-striped Prairie dress is a maxi in satin featuring adorable puff sleeves, a gathered neckline, and a tiered hem. The dress also comes with a long sash to cinch at the waist to flatter the curves.


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