The Floral Maxi Dress


Maxi dresses have sporadically risen to a status of a fashion staple. What started in 1960’s as a design to grace the ankles of fashionable people around the world soon rose to be an epidemic in 1970’s with designers such as Dior and YSL leading by example.

But the flamboyance of the mini skirts and the grunge fashion slowly over shadowed this modest piece of clothing leaving no room for its subtle elegance. However, several decades later this trend soon rose from its ashes as a phoenix proving to be a quintessential in every woman’s wardrobe.

What attracts me to this trend is its innate versatility to seamlessly flatter women of all body types with age being no bar. On days when I feel fat, I invariably reach out to my maxi dress. Whether you are looking for something to attend the next big gala evening, scrummaging together a boho-chic look or simply trying to escape the heat whilst still looking like a trendsetter, there is no denying that the mass amount of women worldwide now go for the maxi dress.


In this post I feature a floral print maxi dress by Faballey. With the hemline a tad above the ankle, it adds the right amount of bohemian feel to the look. A pair of modest pumps to add to the ensemble along with some glimpses of gold accessories.

Outfit Details- 

  • Maxi Dress- Faballey
  • Pumps- Aldo
  • Cuff- Dhora India
  • Earrings- Dang 

My affinity towards the maxi dress owes a great deal to its reliability  quotient without compromising on  fashion and class. It is an ageless piece of clothing that every woman should own.

Until Next time,

Stay Stylish, Stay You

Jovita

 

 

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3 Comments Add yours

  1. Bhumika says:

    Looks so beautiful on you!!! Loved it πŸ’•πŸ˜

    http://makeupandsmiles.com

    Like

  2. Kaafi tym k baad aapka blog dekha 😊
    Nice dress , mujhy bhi floral bahut pasand hai πŸ‘ŒπŸ‘Œ

    Like

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