Lexington Silk Maternity Maxi Dress

Lexington Silk Maternity Maxi Dress

Isabella Oliver
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Isabella Oliver
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  • Description
    • Catalogue code: DR190
    • 100% Silk - Lining 100% Polyester
    • Machine Wash
    • Length from back of shoulder to hem line - 154cm (60½")
    • Need Help with Sizing? -To keep things simple we've designed our maternity clothes in line with your pre-pregnancy clothing size. For more size information click the sizing link above, or if you need further assistance please contact our Customer Service Team who will be delighted to help

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    Outfit Formula: Casual Maxi Cardi

    Most of my clients wear long cardigans with a lot of enthusiasm. They enjoy the comfort, ease, relaxed vibe, and forgiving fit over the shoulders, bust and midsection. Long cardigans are especially good for a work-at-home lifestyle, or as a topper to keep at the office for when it’s chilly. The maxi cardigan is extra long and dramatic, and that’s the showpiece for this outfit formula. If it’s a little too long for your taste, substitute the maxi for a shorter version that is just above the knee. Here are four easy outfit ideas that look fresh. Choose any colour palette and feel free to throw in patterns. 1. Draped & Booted Combine a pair of slim-fit jeans or pants with a draped knit or woven top that’s worn over the jeans. Top it off with a maxi cardi and scrunch the sleeves for structure. Finish off the outfit with booties, pumps, oxfords or loafers. 2. ‘90s Fabness I’m not a ‘90s gal, but I do like the subtle allure of this combination, and that the boots are flat. Combine a soft and flowy midi dress with a maxi cardi. Scrunch the sleeves for structure. Finish off the look with a pair of tailored and high-shaft tough boots. This is a fab way to insulate a dress, and dress down a dress. Add hosiery for warmth. 3. Wide Crops & Waisted Combine a fluid or fitted top with a pair of wide crops (culottes will do just fine). Tuck or semi-tuck the top for structure. Wear a shorter top if tucking is not your thing. Top it off with a maxi cardigan and a pair of shoes that work with the outfit. The white sneakers here effectively pick up the white of the tee and bookend the model’s blonde hair. 4. Bootcuts Your Way Combine a pair of bootcuts or wider flares with a fitted or fluid top. Wear the top your way — tucked or untucked — and create a high or low contrast with the bootcuts. Wear flats or heels but make sure the length of the flares are perfect (as you see here). Top the lot off with a maxi cardigan. Finish off the look with jewellery, eyewear and watch as desired. I will sit this one out because I’m not a cardigan gal, and especially not a long cardi gal. They make my narrow shoulders look even narrower, and further lengthen my very long neck. As a result I don’t feel fab in a cardigan, unless you take me back to the ‘80s when I wore long cardigans with gigantic shoulder pads and loved it. I will enjoy this look on YOU.

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