Summer (for those who can’t stand the hot temperatures) is not always the most reliable season. Although it is the ideal time to take dresses in all its versions, on scorching hot days we tend to wither and on sweltering days at the beach, we complain about the inconsistencies of the season.
But whether you celebrate it or mourn it, summer is slowly drawing to a close. And with the change in temperatures, the great transformation of the fashion wardrobe seasonal is in full swing. Gone are the bathing suits, the floaty dresses, sandals in any of their versions and denim shorts, and in their place are knitwear, coats and boots. But, before we get stuck in the dark depths of winter, we must navigate the transition season.
The fashion pieces undisputed transition locker room? The maxi dresses, extra-chic. Whether long or short sleeved, ruffled or dressy, it’s the perfect shortcut to mastering the art of mid-season style. When facing gale force winds, add a coat or chunky knit. On warmer days, leave your outerwear at home and opt for long boots. This is the fashionable solution coolest for your wardrobe problems.
To The Office
Printed or in a solid piece of denim, these maxi dresses for the work space, they are ideal for their comfort and elegance.
for the minimalists
If you consider yourself a fan of simple and minimalist fashion, these versions of maxi dresses in classic and monochrome colors are for you.
maxi dresses for party
With glitter, in halter versions, with feathers and low-cut… Have fun choosing your favorite model for party night that you were waiting so long.
knitted maxi dresses
These versions are loved for their comfort and style. Whether you like them printed or solid, go for the sleeved model if the weather starts to cool down.
boho style is back
The looser your dress, the boho trend will reign in you. Choose elegant prints to be the most original,
Maxi dresses for a picnic
With flowers, loose sleeves and the classic check pattern, choose the version you like best for a romantic picnic (or a brunch with friends).
Article originally published by Vogue UK, vogue.co.uk.