Maxi Mix

Maxi dresses and summer go together like peanut butter and jelly. They’re a no brainer for a quick, easy outfit and something I almost always include in my summertime suitcase. When I saw all this color, print and pattern rolled into one dress I’m sure you can imagine my excitement! I found this while hunting for stylish bachelorette party appropriate pieces at Marshall’s to wear in Miami earlier this spring. I didn’t really need a daytime dress, but there was no way I was leaving the store without it!

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I ended up not wearing it in Miami so I planned to wear it for brunch the day after our wedding. Unfortunately, it was unseasonably cold in Charleston I ended up in San Francisco “summer” attire which you may have seen here. Following our wedding Mr. T and I took a few days to relax in Hilton Head and stopped back through home to see my family for one more night. The weather was FINALLY cooperating so I broke out this chic maxi number while strolling the neighborhood.

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There’s an ease to summer outfits because most of us would rather be out enjoying the warm weather and beautiful surroundings. Maxi dresses are great for that; dress them up or down with a simple change of accessories. Are you a maxi fan too? Some gals shy away depending on the fabric, shape or coloring, which they may find too clingy or revealing. I recommend prints and patterns because they help distract the eye, though I can easily get onboard with solids and stripes. They’re are options for more coverage up top if you need it or various lengths depending on height. Maybe I like them too much?! Pish posh; no such thing! I say go forth and find your perfect maxi mix!




Outfit details: dress – Flying Tomato via Marshalls // sunnies – Kate Spade // black ring – Karen London via MYHABIT // other ring – Vintage 1920’s //  sandals – Lauren by Ralph Lauren via Piperlime // earrings – House of Harlow via Gilt

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