STYLE GURU STYLE: Falliday Dresses

November 4th, 2016 at 2:00am
STYLE GURU STYLE: Falliday Dresses

In order to make this Falliday season the most perfect one, you must prepare ahead of time. The perfect outfit for the season will get you there. Maxi dresses always make for the perfect fall pick. My favorite print has always been a floral print. Although summer is over, one can still use a delicate themed dress for this year’s Falliday season. I always felt that a dress with long sleeves gave the girl a sense of sophistication. I cannot exactly pin point why that is, that’s just my opinion. Taking inspiration from Valentino’s ready-to-wear spring 2017, runway show designer Piccioli is thinking the same thing I am thinking. With maxi length dresses designed with a Renaissance theme, his dresses are delicately printed or embroidered with patterns of birds and fantasy vegetation. What makes this collection full of simplicity is Piccioli line is rich-looking but practical daywear.

Free People, Urban Outfitters and other clothing/store brands are popular for their floral maxi dresses but they could be a little pricy. This is probably the easiest way to vamp up your Falliday season. With Thanksgiving quickly approaching and the time spent with family you can throw this dress on and be elegant, classy and comfortable within second. My trick is wearing leggings underneath the dress if you’ll be traveling around in the cold.

My heels are from Aldo, black and simple. I found a dress similar to mine, that I got from Free People. You can find this dress at vipme. My favorite details on my dress are the puffed sleeves. Just like Piccioli he loves the ’70s and ’80s, which is known for their hand-drawn prints and floaty, haute hippy dresses. Go choose your Falliday dress!