Brisbane label Maiocchi, recognized for its shape-loving types and customized prints, is bringing its love of florals to the fore proper now.
Whenever you consider florals, it’s really easy to suppose that styling these prints must be all about persevering with the female theme. They most definitely might be worn that manner however realizing you’ll be able to combine issues up actually does assist you prolong a floral wardrobe piece.
I wish to embrace this tough-pretty distinction in the case of carrying florals. My model just isn’t overly female, so working this distinction permits me to create outfits with curiosity however outfits that problem my model establishment.
Maiocchi gown (I’m in measurement 16 and 166cm tall) | FRANKiE4 boots | Binny leather-based jacket – not present | Bon Maxie Sidekick bag – not present, new colors coming quickly | Arlington Milne guitar strap
Let’s chat about this gown. For starters, the material is my fave for construction and luxury – ponte! You get all of the stretch of a jersey however with a weight that helps you’re feeling “put collectively” and skims in all the suitable locations.
The reduce of this gown can be genius, with two vertical panels working down the entrance, creating form and giving the phantasm of an extended torso – one thing that works so significantly better for me than a waisted gown. The gown comes with a tie (see mannequin) however I’ve left off as that’s what works greatest for my quick waist.
The half sleeves and boat-neckline make this a gown that can work properly now with layering and serve you into the beginning of spring.
To toughen the search for, I’ve added a leather-based jacket and boots for a day or night-time search for catching up with associates. For the workplace, add a blazer, tights and closed-toe pumps.
So, inform me, are you somebody who feels at residence in florals? Love a ponte-anything scenario?
This gown was gifted to me for editorial consideration.