Printed Maxi Dresses

The not-so-new SS10 trend carries on… Surprised? Don’t be! Maxi length dresses blew up a storm a long time before borrowing your grandparent’s cardigans became ‘nanna chic’, and sporting the garish socks-with-heels combo became a red carpet worthwhile look. grossiste sweat

Designer, Oscar Para La Renta created one of the first maxi’s in 1968 for At the Arden; soon to be imitated by the desires of YSL and Dior. In fact, it seems that our obsession with the maxi dress schedules far before last summer season, when the style first graced the catwalks and high street. Personally, I actually cant get enough of them, therefore it was to my delight once i uncovered the printed maxi dress style was continuing throughout 2011. 

The maxi allows women of all size and shapes to accentuate and flatter their favourite parts, and cover those wobbly bits we would rather not show. When ever they are worn by smaller girls the impression of a curvy person is created. the conservative dress could just be that universally figure-flattering part that we’ve all recently been wishing for – and I can’t wait to get mine!

What’s to not love about this pattern? It’s feminine, romantic and most importantly (for personally! ) comfy. Another reason why it scores so highly for me is the fact it requires absolutely zero leg preparation; no shaving or getting brownish naturally needed so is exquisite for when you’re in a rush, or like many of us overworked ladies- just can’t be worried.

Versatility is another factor which offers to love this style even more. The printed maxi dress can be dressed down with sandals, accompanied with a cardi or jeans jacket to add to that boho feel. Additionally, it might be worn with a shrug (an essential credited to the UK’s indecisive climate) and some monster platforms.

Of course, the actual print on the gown can also determine where and when it is most suitably worn. Presently there are a wealth of designs to suit every taste: floral prints, traditional monochrome, plain, and quite new on the picture – colour blocking. The maxi dress in reality lends itself to other trends regarding colour, (such as colour blocking) where progressive prints, patterns and designs can be presented on the vast textile. For me, this shows that the traditional conservative, will long be a staple among designers and buyers alike.

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