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Fashionista NOW: Flowy Long Dress Styles To Express Your Demure Feminine Vibes

Flowy Long Dress Styles To Express Your Demure Feminine Vibes

Long dress in flowy silhouettes to wear and look extra ladylike.

The weather’s getting pretty hot over here in tropical Malaysia and if you’re into maxi dresses, then this post will show you three easy breezy styles to incorporate as a summer-worthy wardrobe staple.

Being a fan of casual and flowy silhouettes in dresses, I spotted THREE long dress styles I would so love to wear but to tell you the truth, I’d still prefer a midi length over an ankle-grazing frock but since some of you are hunting down for long dresses, I had to pick a few styles to recommend and hopefully you’ll find them wearable.

The dresses embody a mix of comfy dressiness that you can boost even more by teaming them with the right accessories. Think dressy heels and structured bags. To make them casual, wear with sneakers or flat sandals.

So, without further ado, here’s a list of 3 long dress styles you can dress up or down easily. Enjoy!

 

Black Layered Cape Maxi Dress

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Flowy Beige Maxi Peasant Dress

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Flowy Black Maxi Peasant Dress

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Flowy Pink Long Dress

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Which long dress style would you love to wear? Share below – I’d love to know!

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