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Fashionista NOW: 80s Vintage Minimalist Midi Dress Style Ideas

80s Vintage Minimalist Midi Dress Style Ideas

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Because there is plenty simplicity in a retro midi dress from the 80s.

Hi ladies!! This is a post on a midi dress style that comes from the 80s. Being a baby of the 80s, I just had to sneak into the vintage dress section of Etsy to look around and upon stumbling on an ivory vintage dress in a midi length I know I had to share the collection of midi dresses from the 80s curated by Cluebelle here.

The thing is about midi dresses that gets to me is their unsuspecting charm. I love the peek of legs that can be somewhat restrained relative to a short mini dress. With the 80s vintage dresses from this particular collection, I get excited by their minimalist spin.

The ivory dress has a relaxed shift construction, an overlay jumper style bodice and a dropped waist. One of the two black dresses nails the dignified military style vibe, with front flap pockets and also a dropped waist. The other black dress from the 80s has a contemporary feel. Made in a stretchable fabric, the midi dress has roomy batwing sleeves, fitted bodice and a back zipper closure.

The dresses come in a color palette of black or white which is an ultimately highly wearable that they deserve a special spot in the closet of a fashionista who loves to hoard midi dresses from any era.

I hope you will enjoy looking through the vintage midi dresses below!


Vintage 80s Black Minimalist Midi Dressvintage-80s-black-minimalist-midi-dress

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Vintage 80s Black Silk Midi Dress


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Vintage 80s Ivory Silk Midi Dress

Fashionista NOW: 80s Vintage Minimalist Midi Dress Style Ideas

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