Dresses are making a statement this spring. Whether you’re shopping for a pretty Easter look or a one-and-done outfit, you’ll find fresh new favorites including romantic maxi dresses, easy shift dresses and even fun jumpsuits. Get ready for must-have patterns, trendy toppers and shoes for every comfort level along with great advice on bringing it all together in effortless style.
Long on style, the maxi dress just makes you want to twirl. Whether you add a jacket or cardi for Easter brunch or wear it solo on the weekend, there’s no shortage of ways to style the romantic maxi dress for any (and every) occasion.
Where do you wear maxi dresses?
You’ll see me wearing a maxi to special events, like a wedding or Easter, or on my day off as an easy throw-on outfit. For me, a maxi dress is a wardrobe staple — it’s the perfect item to showcase my personal style. @micah.nicoleb
Embrace the one-and-done look that’s a fun alternative to a traditional dress — perfect for casual spring gatherings, coffee with girlfriends or strolling the streets on your spring getaway.
What are some tips for styling jumpsuits?
Keep your look simple. Adding too many accessories or layers can take away from the jumpsuit itself. But I do love wearing a knotted tee as an unexpected topper! @cmounivong
How do you accessorize jumpsuits?
Wear a trendy shoe, try a fun lipstick, or choose a jumpsuit that already has cute details like oversized buttons. I also love partnering a jumpsuit with a jacket or kimono. @micah.nicoleb
Here’s to flower power! Pretty florals are a trending print this season. From twirl-worthy maxis to easy shift dresses and flowy kimonos, get ready to bloom in our freshly picked favorites.
How do florals make you feel?
Insert heart-eye emoji!! I’ve never met a floral I didn’t like. They’re so romantic and timeless, but can also be edgy. This season, most of my wardrobe has a floral print on it! @curcha.on.the.catwalk
Can you mix florals with other patterns?
Yes! You’ll see me wearing florals and stripes together on a weekly basis. But when I mix patterns, I make sure one is subtler than the other and wear a simple shoe. @micah.nicoleb