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(Fa)ssion: To The (Maxi).

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Maxi dresses are still a style go-to. From sweet to summer sultry, this ankle-grazing staple is perfect for a day stroll or a night cap.

↓Andree Southwestern Slinky Maxi Dress, $79.↓

Click Pic to Purchase. (Photo Courtesy of Urban Outfitters.)

 

↓Colordot maxidress by Madewell, $188.↓

Click Pic to Purchase. (Photo Courtesy of Madewell.)

 

↓Santee Maxi Dress by Anthropologie, $298.↓

Click Pic to Purchase. (Photo Courtesy of Anthropologie.)

 

↓Ruffles and Twinkle Maxi Dress by Betsey Johnson, $346.↓

Click Pic to Purchase. (Photo Courtesy of Betsey Johnson.)

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