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~LookS: When it becomes sunny enough for the first Maxi.....

I absolutely adore the Maxi dress to bits and look forward to wearing them every summer! I love the forgiving long length of the Maxi, the feeling of the long fabric rustling in the wind on a sunny day or brushing across the grass, and the sheer elegance that binds me to take every step in a slower motion and with greater appreciation of the world around me. So I thought I would put together a post dedicated to the beloved here is the first Maxi dress I have worn this season; when it became warm and sunny enough to feel Summery in London!

Maxi Dress and belt: Forever 21 (A birthday pressie from my sisters!)
Black Jacket: Dorothy Perkins (but from several seasons ago)
Shoes: Hush Puppies red wedged sandals
Handbag: Primark (a few seasons ago)
[Photos by my mountain man J.K.]

Let's hope that the rainy spells in London will soon that more Maxi dresses can be brought out in the sun!! Happy summer everyone!!

Until the next time,
May xx


  1. You look great in the maxi dress. I wish I could wear them but I'm too short :S


  2. Thanks for the lovely compliment Haze. You are so sweet! I'm only 165cm, so not that tall either....but I love maxi dresses so the high red wedges really helped! :)
    Also thanks for the follow back!
    May xx

  3. i love that maxi dress! The shoes go nicly with it! do you ever feel silly going out in maxi dresses? I know I did when I first when to school in one, Im in 7th grade. But ya... Major props to you for an AWESOME outfit, oh and could you check out my blog?

  4. You are so cute,you look good in a Maxi,I never worn one.I think I'm too short too.

  5. Wow, your outfit looks beautiful on you! :-)

    I love Dorothy Perkins, absolutely!

    I'm following you now, hope you could follow me back.

    Much love from Mystic Nymph

  6. love the maxi dress :)
    you look gorgeous!

  7. Very cute wedges! I love peonies as well. :)

    XO Hilary Nicole

  8. Thank you for all the lovely comments and kind compliments Ladies! It's really sweet of you all and each comment has made me smile! :)
    I'm really not that tall, so I try to make the Maxi dress work with wedges to add some height, and sometimes it is still sweeping the floor! But I just love the Maxi so I can't resist wearing it when the weather permits. My sister prefers the Hankerchief Maxi with an uneven hem as it is usually a little shorter in length.
    Have a great weekend!
    May xx

  9. I usually don't like maxis but I really like this one!!!!

  10. What a beautiful dress, suits you perfectly!! I absolutely love a maxi dresses they are perfect quick summery fix to a day out, even if its not so sunny as they dry out quickly when rained on too!

  11. Thanks for the lovely comments ladies and sorry for all the late replies! Hope you are all well!
    May xx


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