Runway Highlights (left to right): Emilio Pucci, Diane Von Furstenberg, BCBG by Max Azria, Collette Dinnigan
Made popular by the free-spirited flower children of the 60s and 70s, maxi dresses are making another comeback this spring. Usually form-fitting up top with a floor-length skirt of flowing fabric, these dresses inspire one to be carefree and spontaneous, believing in anything magical or out-of-this-world. Perfect for a quick barefooted run through a field of flowers or even a forbidden dance in a fountain, maxi dresses make you feel like a captivating soul about to steal someone's heart away.
Pair your free-spirited dress with some cute gladiator sandals or a flower garland, and you are ready to take on the spring fashion scene!
1) Polka Dot Maxi by Paul & Joe – $374 – SSENSE; 2) Printed Silk-Chiffon Dress by Thomas Wylde – $1800 – Net-A-Porter; 3) Blue Mosaic-Printed Halter Maxi – $203.97 – ASOS; 4) Indian Brave Maxi Dress – $99 – Singer22; 5) Graffiti Dress – $310 – Topshop; 6) Silk Maxi Dress by Tory Burch – $450 – Bloomingdale's; 7) Maxi Dress Cover-Up – $80 – Topshop; 8) Embroidered Maxi Dress – $34.80 – Forever21
By Sarah Corley
P.S. Do not steal TOO many hearts!