We can’t deny the comfort of jersey-knit maxi dresses. Since maxi dresses are a go-to year-round uniform for many, we’ve made it our mission to show you exactly how to style it. This particular style of dress has the ability to emit an ethereal vibe that’s lovely for both day and night. And the plethora of street style stars who wear them is a clear indication that they’re a surefire way to stand out. These days, the key to knowing how to wear a maxi dress is creativity, so prepare to think outside the box.
To ensure that you’re styling the piece in the coolest ways possible, read on and take note of the fashion girls who have nailed the look. Then, shop some of our favourite maxi dresses of the season.
Wear casual pieces with a fancy dress for a daytime-appropriate outfit.
Unexpected accessories add interest.
Choose the proper length to show off a pair of statement shoes.
Capitalise on a maxi dress’s versatility by layering.
Unexpected outerwear and shoes add an element of surprise.
Layer one over a pair of long trousers.
Stand out with bold colour combinations.
Add a flattering waist-defining piece to a flowing maxi dress.
Make it office-appropriate with a blazer and structured shoes.
Experiment with layering.
A long, structured shirtdress always feels fresh.
Keep your dress from touching the ground with a pair of platforms.
Add a bomber jacket and closed-toe shoes for colder days.
Wedding season is coming…
Available in sizes XS to L.
Night out–worthy (thanks to the hint of sparkle).
Available in sizes M to L.
One dress, two It colours.
Available in sizes 4 UK to 14 UK.
Cherries are trending right now.
Available in sizes 0 to 12.
This looks so chic with black accessories.
Available in sizes 4 to 12.
There’s always room for another romantic, flowy dress.
Available in sizes 1X to 3X.
Wear this with a pair of strappy red heels.
Available in sizes 0 to 10.
Here’s your next Zara purchase.
Available in sizes S to L.
Try wearing this unbuttoned with a pair of jeans and a white tee.
Available in sizes 34 DK to 42 DK.
This post was originally published at an earlier date and has since been updated.