Okay so Spring is officially here and I'm struggling with Maxi dresses again. I love, love, love them. But I'm short. 5 feet 4 inches and a 125 lb size 6 with big breasts (34 DD, a little saggy since I've nursed two babies so a bra is a MUST), Can I wear a Maxi dress? Help! K
I don’t know why people over-think the maxi dress so much. I mean, if there is one look that you can’t f-ck the dog on - jugs or no jugs, tall or short - this is the one. Now I know you don’t want your rack all drippy and droopy, but don’t be afraid to show off your form. Here are some options for you and your DD friends.
I really adore this Rebecca Taylor dress – the soft printed colors, the fluttered sleeves and the cut out detail in the scoop neck. This will keep you all covered up, but will still allow for some cleave to peek through.
Maxi dresses are an easy way to work in a trend. Hopefully by now you got the memo that prints are a must and I’m practically frothing at the mouth over this Ella Moss Ikat jersey number.
K, a really flattering silhouette for your figure is the one shoulder – click here, here and for my absolute favorite click here.
A dress detail you’ll see a lot of this season is the surged overlay. It’s a really flattering look especially when you’re working with some big ol’ cans, and this LNA dress is the perfect sunny weekend look you’ll want to bust out in.
Finally, black is everyone’s best friend and for a few lifers in your closet get your fingers moving here, here and here.