In Savannah, the skies are always blue and the sun is (most of the time) shining bright. You can almost say winter never really approached Savannah, or it came and didn’t stay long. So it’s safe to say that Savannah is in the clear of not having a frigid winter, thank goodness. Though we escaped cooler temperatures, students are getting tousled by the gushy winds that have our hair and clothing going every direction but the right one.
Somehow the winds were in this Fashionista’s favor because it gave extra bounce to her printed flowy maxi dress. The wind demonstrated how airy and lightweight this dress is, perfect for a carefree spring break and summer. The Fashionista’s added a dainty quartz pointed necklace and oversized sunglasses with a green tint. With this dress having such a bold print, you don’t need many accessories. You you can literally throw this dress on and be on your way.
Maxi dresses and skirts are essentials in your college wardrobe and for spring. They are the epitome of ease and comfort. How many garments in your closet can you just throw on and still look like you put effort while still feeling comfortable? Not many. A maxi is that go-to with versatility. You can extend the life of your summer maxi dress with an added layer. Anything from a sweater to a belted cardigan will transition your look for any occasion or weather.
With spring break is approaching fast, we are all looking for additional pieces to throw in our suitcase. You already have a few of the perfect shorts and swimsuits, but you’re probably missing that easy floor length maxi. You can go sleek for night life with a maxi dress with a cutout like this, or opt for a more free spirited and simple maxi for everyday.
Spotted: Michael Kohrs spring 2013 collection had a few black maxi dresses with cutouts and high slits that will make you extremely eye-catching for spring.