Maxi style dresses and skirts are great for all body types. You can cover those flaws and flaunt a great style by wearing maxi dresses. The off shoulders, long sleeves, or the boat necks, all look great in maxi dresses. Ideal for all the seasons, maxi dresses and skirts give a bohemian look to the wearer. This is a piece of clothing where comfort and clothing go hand in hand. You can make even a simple, ho-hum looking maxi look stunning with the right type of accessories.
Layering maxi dresses
Wear trench coats, trucker coats in denims, leather, suede, and corduroy with a maxi dress. Also, use metallic jewelry in bronze or antique metal with these dresses. Frills bring thrills on these dresses made in sheer fabrics make this look feminine and interesting.
These full length skirts that are sometimes, high waist are best paired with tank tops, raglan sleeves, or cold shoulder tops. If you want to go country style, bring on those cowboy boots, and wear them with mid-length maxi dress. Wear a blouson or a bustier with this skirt.
Hats and accessories
Sunglasses in funky frames, hats, and umpteen options for footwear go well with this type of clothing. Flipflops, sneakers, wedges, strappy sandals, you got them all looking great with a maxi clothing.
Belts and sashes
Metallic or fabric sashes that are either in the same or contrast color of the dress look good. You don’t need to have a thin waistline to wear a maxi dress or skirt. One of the best options for women’s dresses, maxi dresses come in floral prints and solid colors. Right from woven and non woven fabrics there are many patterns and designs. Get animal prints, geometrical prints, embellishments on necklines and sleeves, for the cool and casual style.
Summers and monsoon
There is not a season in which this dress is not welcome. All skin tones will find a color and fabric that will suit them. Call it a summer dress, a corporate wear, or a monsoon chic, it all sounds right with a maxi dress.
Any dress with the right fit, and color that suit the body type adds to the style quotient. The only way to find the right style for you is by experimenting. Get cues from magazines and start exploring style!