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Fashionista NOW: How To Wear A Midi Dress Style With Side Slits?

What’s not to love about midi dresses, eh? If you are alright with how the hemline hits in between the knee-cap to anywhere on the calf zone, then you might just be up for the ones with slits on the sides.

Slit midi dresses are pretty awesome to sport during the summer when you’re sort of up for a bit of leg-flaunting minus the commitment. Whether it is a single slit or double slits, the choice to make is yours and both are equally amazing. Solid colored ones are much easier to sport as you have the freedom to punctuate your look with colored or patterned accessories and footwear.

If you’re all about the legs and love showing them off, a midi dress with thigh-high slits will appeal. While the dress you choose may be flowy or fitted, there are also various slit heights available for your picking. If you happen to find styling this particular dress trend a challenge and wonder what shoe to wear it with; worry not, as you can look to the fashionistas down below for an instant inspo. Enjoy!

What do you think of dresses with slits? Which slit midi dress style would you wear? Share below!

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