The color block fashion trend has sneakily returned in a new midi dress style interpretation.
If colors like yellow, grey and dusty green are in the list of what you favor to wear and the midi length in dresses get you like no other then here’s a fresh dress style to consider. Combining yellow with grey and white with dusty green in a regular-fit midi dress, this will appeal to those who love the ease of wearing already a color-blocked frock. Instead of bold hues that may scare the color-shy or be a challenge to wear, this midi dress is designed to impress the minimalistic dresser with its fuss-free design details.
For a cinch at the waist, the skirt comes with a self-tie knot. The neckline is the kind I love which is elongating to the wearer: V neck. The sleeves are cut relaxed and loose to ooze the vibe of a soft cotton tee. The skirt of the dress is in the flattering pencil silhouette with a back split for ease of movement and there are two functional pockets at the sides. The white and dusty grey midi dress is quickly flying off the shelf and are currently available in sizes M and L only.
If this dress is giving you the goosies, then please girl, wait no more and grab one or two before they disappear. Enjoy!
Yellow + Grey Color Block Midi Dress
Which two tone midi dress would you love to wear? Share below – I’d love to know.
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