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How Maxi Dress Work for Your Body

Maxi dresses are created for two purposes when the weather is warm and chilly at the same time. First, keeping us covered and second, preventing the sweaty jeans feeling.

The simple tank and t-shirt styles always manage to cling in all the wrong places and are too casual for anything more than running errands. Girls, embrace yourselves, it is time for maxi dresses reformation.

When wearing a maxi dress - your outfit will still be effortless and there will be no signs of mixing matching required.
And the best part is…

Maxi dresses make it available for you to pull of any style you want. Whenever you want to feel sexy, add heels and that’s it.

All these styles are the opposite of the basic maxis you have seen before for the reason that they are bright enough for brunch or even the office, but add a pair of high heels, and you can hit any party ready to impress. Read on for our top 5 picks that will convince you to ditch the boring maxis of the past for these breezy bohemian styles instead.
A gown is a staple in every woman's wardrobe. The silhouette's most loveable qualities include it is extreme level of comfort, it is an ability to stun for both daytime and evening events, and it is easy-to-wear shape - but, fit is key.
Below, we dish on all the tips you need to know to find the most figure-flattering maxi dress for you.

1. If you have a large bust
Opt for either Mark & Roberts maxi or a wrap style to show up the waist. Step away from strapless choices and find a long garb with a higher neckline, like slight V-neck, boat necks, which will prevent displaying too much cleavage (over-exposure never looks good!). Opt for styles with thicker straps, too, as this will accommodate wearing a bra. Keep it simply by avoiding ruffles and pleats, which can add fullness to existing curves.

2. If you have a small bust
Embrace your small cup size and try silhouettes with deep-diving necklines and open backs. If you want to add to what you've got, look for a maxi that features molded cups with rushed details. This will create the illusion of a larger bust. Wear a two-toned column to distract the eye from the chest.

3. If you are curvy
Look for a dress that skims and not clings to your form - an empire waist silo is ideal. Always go for thicker straps or strapless - thin straps can dig into your shoulders. Seek out bold prints and large scale floral prints are a lot more flattering than the tiny floral motifs.

4. If you are petite and curvy
This is good news for petites! Wear a skinny belt right above your to elongate your bottom half. Choose those kinds of garments with an A-line or empire waist for a more flattering look. Go for vertical prints and stripes to keep the eyes downward.

5. If you are petite and slender
Seek out a curve-hugging silhouette to help elongate your frame. Lon attires with a simple waist detail will help to accentuate your barely there curves. You should know that the more skin you show - the better. Simple prints are the way to go. A solid color or something subdued will not overwhelm your tiny figure.

Wearing long attire is always significant and one step above smart casual. The thing is how you match it meaning if it is informal wear it with flats or wedges and if must be formal then wear it with heels.

They say: what a woman chooses to wear on a formal or informal social event is probably the biggest fashion decision of her life.

Not only is it important to be careful when choosing colors, but as mentioned above you should keep your height and figure in mind.

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