midi-length-dresses

They say less is more and we couldn’t agree more! Below the knee hemlines, also known as the midi-length, are modest, sophisticated and uber chic. The midi length allows a woman to add a bit of mystery to her wardrobe while leaving her wanting to add more pieces of this flattering apparel option to her collection. Classic and timeless the midi-length is most certainly a bonafide GOOD Gurl Fashion Must Have.

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Chic Mid-Century Dresses

1 - Floral Swing Tea Dress / 2 - Deep-V Neck 1950’S Swing Dress

3 - Midi Dress 1950s Knee Length Dress / 4 - Retro Bow Pencil Dress

5 - Black Polka Dot Collar Pencil Dress / 6 - Lace Wedding Party Dress

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Effy’s Work Clothes- Skins Fire

A lot of you want to know what Effy would wear to work.  I’m going to do two separate posts on this, one inspired by her seasons 3 and 4 style and one inspired by Skins Fire. 

In Fire, Effy wears a lot of printed, midi-length, long-sleeve bodycon dresses with tough black boots and a blazer.  Her blazer has black leather lapels, which adds a little bit of personality to her outfits, even though her black leather jacket isn’t appropriate for the office.

Effy also wears a lot of slim-fitting trousers with a different-colored panel down the sides, which she pairs with light chiffon tops and high heels.  These emphasize her long legs, while the shirts are a throwback to the sheer, bra-revealing shirts she used to wear.

Effy also uses fun prints to express herself even when she’s in an office, like the floral pattern on her jacket or the stripes on her shirt.  These can add a little bit of personality to an otherwise boring outfit.

In general, here are my tips for steal Effy's Fire style.  Printed, bodycon dresses are your friend.  Make sure they’re not too short.  Pair them with a simple black blazer that’s cut to your body.  Pair chiffon tops, either patterned or plain, with skinny-cut trousers that make your legs look longer.  And always have a good black bag.

I need more midi length sheath dresses for work that aren’t super boxy but also wouldn’t look weird under a suit jacket thx please give me your money

and tmw me and my parent are going fishing or more like scouting a fishing place, tbh i intend to read a bit of a textbook that is in digital format while enjoying the fresh air. and maybe spread out my nice soft captain america blanket if the ground isn’t to wet. speaking of soft i got this melon pink stretchy velvet midi length tube dress and im loving it but im not in a mindset to wear it braless.. i was thinking.. instead of strapless, what if a supportivr halter bikini top. like in a tropical print that looks good with the pink. hm?? anyway back to the ebook reading, even if i don’t digest much from it ill still be that first read ahead (however far i get–further than not at all!)

so i bet ter get to bed now!

One dress. Three looks.
Take your summer ☀️ dresses with you into the fall 🍂 with these easy tips:
- throw on a sweater over your midi length dresses
- alternate between flats and heels for different looks
- use your scarves to create new looks
Stay tuned for the video!
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