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Fashionista NOW: Midi Dress Styles To Wear To Express Your Retro Boho Spirit

Midi Dress Styles To Wear To Express Your Retro Boho Spirit

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Breezy shapes, charming prints and the signature midi length to capture your bohemian hearts.

Hello ladies!!

Midi dresses are forever a favorite of mine and so when I stumbled upon these particular beauties, my heart did a flip flop as it’s prone to do when spotting something it covets and so here I am, finding myself sharing with you ladybirds because they are so beyond beautiful, the need to share is strong!

If you’re into ditsy retro prints, easy relaxed silhouettes and a minimalist bohemian charm that carry a midi dress to life, then cast your attention on OffOn which is a Lithuanian clothing label that has them all nailed down in their collection of midi dresses.

Taking inspiration from the two daughters of the owners, Simona and Paulius, their latest project is on creating matching dresses for mother and daughter. So, if you’re a stylish mom with an equally stylish daughter with a love for dresses, then be sure to check them out for you will be smitten in an instant!

For us midi dress hoarders, attention here please. Kindly do eyeball the beautiful frocks down below for the obligatory midi dress inspo!


Brown Floral Midi Dressbrown-floral-midi-dress

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Linen Oversize Midi Shirt Dress


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Long Sleeve Tartan Midi Dress


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Midi Retro Style Print Shirt Dress


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Short Sleeve Loose Midi Black Dress


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Short Sleeve Polka Dot Midi Dress


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Stripe Midi Pleated Dress

Fashionista NOW: Midi Dress Styles To Wear To Express Your Retro Boho Spirit

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Which midi dress by OffOn would you love to wear? Drop your comments down below – I love reading them!

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