How to wear the Paisley Maxi Dress


Maxi dresses are made for summer-time. The go-to style for the fashion conscious and comfort inclined, the soft and flowy maxi dress is flattering and feminine, and that perfect hybrid enabling casual as well as dressed up looks.

The sought-after style for the warmer months, maxi dresses have that relaxed, ethereal vibe designed to work for both day and night.

So what makes the perfect maxi dress? We think we’ve answered that question with the Minni Paisley dress as seen styled by Jessica Stein of Tuula Vintage blog. Here’s why:

The Minni Paisley dress is made from a beautifully soft and universally flattering 100% silk crepe de chine. Lightweight with a slight sheen and soft drape to complement the female form, it features a fresh cobalt paisley print on a crisp white base – the perfectly sized design for all shapes and body types.

Take to the outdoors just like a fashion blogger – this exotic print lends itself to days spent in tropical locations, long lunches by the sea and events spent under the sun.

With generous side splits on the skirt, the dress gives that extra ease of movement and comfort (especially for those hot Australian summer days).

Wear the dress your way and customise to your own style with the adjustable rope detailing on the neckline. Pull in for a gathered high  neck look, or stretch it out for a more classic boat neckline. The matching rope drawstring ties elegantly at the waist to flatter the body.

The long length of a maxi dress allows you to let the dress do the talking with understated footwear. Neutral, open-toe styles will lend themselves best to your printed maxi. Style with flat, strappy sandals for an on-trend casual look, and to dress it up, opt for a wedge heel to continue those summer vibes with a more formal edge.

Or… just go bare foot like Jessica!

Jessica wears the Minni Paisley Dress, and accessorises with the Harriet Bag.

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