Saturday, December 3, 2011

Celebrity Fashion Guide - The Maxi Dress

By John Jones

From Topshop to Temperley, the Maxi Dress is once again set to be the summer's fashion staple. Lightweight, flowing and floor length, it is a dress style that will stand out in a crowd and leave you feeling beautiful.

The style always looks expensive, glamorous and elegant, no matter what price and what it is worn with. Taking inspiration from the seventies, designers have managed to update the look to create a garment that is often both vintage and modern. Traditionally patterned with bright floral prints, the maxi dress has now evolved into a luxurious garment, with a vast range of patterns, colours and shapes that flatter and suit both bodies and personalities.

The maxi dress is Wedding Dresses uka style that can be worn day or night, dressed down with sandals and sunglasses or dressed up with heels and sparkling jewellery. It can be worn for any occasion, whether it is at a festival, a dinner party or just out shopping. No matter what your taste, there is sure to be a style for you, whether you want something plain or boldly patterned, colourful or monotone, long sleeved or sleeveless. Simple yet effective, the long length style means that there is no need to over accessorize, as the dress makes the outfit without having to add more to it.

A School Formal, Formal or Year 12 Formal, is an event held during the school year for students in Brisbane QLD, Sydney NSW, Melbourne VIC, Adelaide SA, Tasmania HOBART, Darwin NT and New Zealand high schools. Dresses and suits worn to a school formal are referred to as Formal dresses, Formal Gowns and Formal Suits.

Some retailers may even offer a discount for ordering multiples of the same style, or at least free shipping. If you choose a shape-friendly fabric, you can even also avoid the cost of fittings and alterations. If you choose dresses in a neutral color, your wedding colours can also be added to them in the form of some beading, appliqus, sashes, or other embellishments or accessories.

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