Girl, put your records on, slip into this maxi beauty and start dancing!
So, I’ve been lucky to spot this maxi dress style and actually gravitate towards it which is surprising to myself as that I usually prefer a midi. But this maxi has got something going on and I know some of you are already on a hunt for a long dress that’s got the aesthetic summer vibe pinned down, so this one’s for you.
ZIKGER is all about that and more.
With delightful prints and a splash of lively colors to match, you’ll be looking at each creation with a renewed sense of appreciation and for me, that is where the long dresses come into picture. I chose three long dresses with collars and the sweetest short sleeve design that it is almost sleeveless but not quite. The design of this summer maxi dress is akin to a breezy shirt dress, only that it is long with an oversize style and all sprinkled up in a thematic print style such geometric shapes, pineapples or blooms.
Crafted with two functional side pockets, waist belt and contrasting front and back buttons, you will be able to customize how much of a skin exposure you’d want for a breezy day. So much to love, you will quickly realize why these long dresses are a must-have if you’re all about the laidback look of a carefree summer lady.
Let’s look at each one and appreciate, shall we?
I just love the collars! They’ve got the stand collar style going on and the contrasting buttons make the dress pop!
The yellow buttons completely transform this maxi and you see that too, don’t you?
Obviously, florals are a win for the summer but this combo of shades of blue on a yellow canvas has me gazing for quite a while.
Do you like these resort style summer dresses? Share your thoughts down below – I’m always interested to know!
Utterly smitten with these dresses? You are not alone! Be sure to give ZIKGER a follow to show them your support. For more variety of dresses, you can also visit their official website.
“Come clean with a child heart
Laugh as peaches in the summer wind
Let rain on a house roof be a song
Let the writing on your face
be a smell of apple orchards on late June.”
— Carl Sandburg
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