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Women's Fashion 2008: Why You'll Love the Maxi Dress
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By: Jen Wasilewski Email Article
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For those of you who had to endure a year of shockingly short skirts and dresses there is finally something on the racks for you. It seems that the maxi, or the long, flowing, down to the ankles dress, is now taking the place of the mini in many fashion circuits. Red Carpet celebrities like Paris Hilton, Vanessa Hudgens, and Eva Longoria have been spotted both on and off the carpet donning this super feminine dress.

Why You'll Love It

For many of us, celebrities bodies are something we dream about but seldom can achieve. This makes showing off the mile of leg in a mini dress a complete nightmare. Not only did it leave you feeling less than comfortable, it wasn't always practical. Sometimes there is a definite call for a little extra length and the maxi has answered the prayers of many. Another terrific characteristic of the maxi is it's ability to flatter just about any figure. With a vast array of styles there are enough dresses out there to compliment the larger,thinner, smaller, taller, busty, or flat chested women of America.

The appeal of the maxi doesn't stop there. This dress can easily be taken from formal to casual with a few easy accessory changes. Going to the beach? The maxi paired with cute flip flops and a wide brim hate can be perfect beach attire while a pair of heels and some elegant jewelry can have you ready to wine and dine under the stars but

How to Find the Perfect Maxi Dress For Your Body

No matter what the latest trend in fashion is there are often subtle differences that can make it look great or less than great depending on your particular body type. Your hight, width, and bra size can change the way a dress looks on you making choosing a the one for you a bit of a challenge. While your friend may look terrific in the tiny printed someone fitting maxi, you may look far better in something a little more free flowing. Here are some tips for choosing a dress to compliment your body.

  • If Your a Little on the Shorter side you may want to by pass the flowing gypsy skirts that the tall and slender stars seem to look to good in. This particular style dress can make you appear even shorter and often times wider than you really are. You want to stand out in a fashionable way, not get lost in your dress. If your lacking in the height department choose dresses that are a little more fitted and don't leave you swimming in the your clothing.


  • If your little wider in the waist, don't think this mean you can't rock this dress just like any other woman. The key here is to keep it fitted up top with only a slight flow at the bottom. A-line dresses are perfect for your figure since they offer the room with out creating a tent affect and can make your body look lengthy.


  • If your below average height wear chunky heels to help create the illusion of length. This will also work to create a slimmer silhouette something many of us definitely want to have.
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