Hi ladies! Earlier this month, I shared How to Style a Midi Dress. Midi dresses, along with maxi dresses, are trending for spring and summer.
A few things to consider when wearing a midi dress:
Select a slightly above or below mid-calf length: You don’t want the midi dress to end exactly at mid-calf, which is the thickest part of your leg. Look for a midi dress that is slightly above or below.
Wear heels: To elongate the leg and combat the stumpy look that a midi dress might give, wear a heel.
This midi dress is from Walmart.com (it has all 5-star ratings).
I’m planning on wearing the dress on Easter Sunday.
The dress has a romantic ruffle hem, but there’s not a stitched hemline, if that makes sense. I’ve seen this on other clothes, but I wanted to point it out.
It has a crew neck and long sleeves with fitted cuffs.
This vegan leather tote from Nordstrom comes in three colors; I’m carrying the white.
The dress is lined with a body slip, but the slip is thin. If you stand in the sunlight, the dress and slip are thin enough that you can see your legs. If that bothers you, you can add a slip.
Such a pretty dress and it’s under $40.
Now, head to Jo-Lynne Shane and see what she’s styling for our 23 Day of Spring Fashion!
Beauty for the Heart~~
When I want to ask HOW, I’ll go back to WHO.
When I want to ask WHEN, I’ll go back to WHO.
When I want to ask WHY, I’ll go back to WHO.
When I want to ask WHERE, I’ll go back to WHO.
When my heart is afraid or my mind starts to doubt, I will find my refuge in YOU. I know you love me, and lead me every step of the way. @cleerelystated
This I declare about the LORD: He alone is my refuge, my place of safety; he is my God, and I trust him. Psalm 91:2
Let your beauty shine from the inside out today!
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