The Midi Dress

This season’s key trend is the midi dress, the knee length dress that has long lost its association with being ‘granny-like’ and is now all over the high street.

The main positive to this dress is the versatility. It can be worn with boots or flats for daytime glamour, or with a pair of heels for night-time style.

Nicole Scherzinger was spotted wearing a printed midi dress (picture courtesy of fashionbombdaily.com)

Nicole Scherzinger was spotted wearing a printed midi dress (picture courtesy of fashionbombdaily.com)

However, on shorter girls the style may feel a bit too long; but the high street is fast picking up on this with petite variations of the dress now available in some stores.

This is the most recent midi dress I have purchased of which I wore for my 21st Birthday.

Lipsy Lace Bodycon midi dress: £55

Lipsy Lace Bodycon midi dress: £55 (Shoes £19.99 from New Look)

5 favourites the web has to offer….

Glamorous Midi Dress In Geo Swirl from ASOS: £20

Glamorous Midi Dress In Geo Swirl from ASOS: £20

Crochet Neck Midi Dress from AX Paris: £30

Crochet Neck Midi Dress from AX Paris: £30

Coral Stripe Mesh Midi Dress from Fashion Union: £22

Coral Stripe Mesh Midi Dress from Fashion Union: £22

Rata Cut Out Contrast Triangle Midi Dress from Missguided: £29.99

Rata Cut Out Contrast Triangle Midi Dress from Missguided: £29.99

Lipsy Printed Midi Dress available at Next online: £38

Lipsy Printed Midi Dress available at Next online: £38

What do you think about the midi style? Love it or Loathe it?

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