You can dress it up or dress it down pretty much any way you like and it always manages to look the part, the maxi dress is a wardrobe staple whose middle name is versatility. This floor-sweeper style can channel the spirit of a Greek goddess, bring about a casual boho sensibility, inspire red carpet glamour or evoke a feeling of sixties-style print power all in the same hem line. The maxi really is just that good!
Nothing screams style and elegance like the flow of beautiful long dresses as they billow, creating a certain sense of mystique that no other type of garment can hope to replicate.
Where to Wear Your Long Maxi
Think of the maxi dress as the perfect date: a reliable accompaniment to any and every occasion, from a laid back summer barbecue to a fancy ballroom dance. If you're looking for something fun and just a little bit fancy to wear out to a festival or a gig, why not check out our range of beautifully patterned and coloured day dresses? If you're in search of something a bit more glam for a special occasion, there's a dazzling variety of evening maxis that will look amazing at even the most formal of get-togethers. They also make fantastic bridesmaid dresses!
What style you choose to set your maxi dress up for depends heavily on the accessories you choose. Match yours up with a fabulous pair of gladiator sandals (after all, if you have the dress of a Greek goddess, why not go the whole way and add a touch of Roman-esque footwear to proceedings) and a cropped denim jacket for casual chic, or slip on some wedges and stick a flower in your hair for a cool-as-you-like summer wedding.
Maximum Dress at Minimum Price!
Amazing as they are, maxi dresses don't always have to break the bank. Littlewoods Ireland's own brand, V by Very, has an amazing selection of maxis from as little as 30 euro that are versatile and beautiful enough to wear at social event you can think of!
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