Flowy, floor-grazing sun dresses and skirts are a girl’s best friend for, beachside or poolside times, casual and formal wear as well as special evenings occasions. The real challenge is how to make do with your existing collection and which pieces to add without over-shopping – and yes, we’re all guilty of this. Your main fashion radar should read what fits your body type and shape as well as flattering to your figure.
Sun dresses in fabulous prints are as versatile as they can be. Monochrome accessories turn a simple two-color pattern into a sophisticated outfit. Revamp your maxi sun dresses collection with a pop of color such as purple, turquoise, mustard or the trending coral. Team it with a pop of white wedges, a contrasting fanny bag which will accentuate your waistline.
Maxi dresses in stretchy fabric are so cozy and suitable when the temps are scorching higher than usual. A striped maxi dress in such a fabric in white and light grey colors would need nothing but a wide light brown leather belt and matching heels.
Throw a fitted blazer over your dressier maxi dresses for your formal occasions. A light brown jacket pairs perfectly with a red maxi dress cinched around the waist with a metalized gold belt.
A simple light wash denim shirt tied around a tie die maxi dress can be your go to outfit in busy mornings. Maxi skirts are everywhere making it hard to resist on stocking up more of this most favorite summer staple.
A flowy skirt is all the feminine glamour one needs to feel like you’re strutting your own runway. Give your maxi skirts a new vibe pairing it with a center knot tied shirt and a pair of neutral platform sandals.
Embroidered details do make a free-flowing skirt stand out. Opt for an embroidered summer skirt in white; pair it with sporty top and black wedges.
A pleated skirt in trending color hues such as pale blue, dreamy lavender or pale sunflower blue are gorgeous for your special evenings. You’ll have so much fun teaming these with most astonishing killer heels. Browse for more incredible looks of rich and fabulous summer sundresses and skirts.
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This article was written by guest author Reham selim.