If we're gonna go for a print, might as well go for a bold, in-your-face maxi that is meant as a stand-alone to cut-out accessorizing or layering probs. It was hard not to immediately notice this piece in Lovedrobe's maxi dress collection, and I am quite proud of myself for not shying away from this visual kaleidoscope reminiscent of the psychedilic, flower power, 1960s movement and its fashion.
This dress was living its best for life for yet again, a cute brunch date. Constructed with a non-stretch 100% poly, I ordered a size up for a breezy, loose fit. Complete with a matching tie belt, ya' girl forgot to grab it out the door but with the hindsight of Nutmeg's fluffy pancakes, over-medium eggs, thick-cut bacon, and iced Mexican mocha with almond milk, I was thankful for the extra room to groove. Coincidentally, the straight cut that this dress provided without the belt tied together the gorgeous Bardot neckline and long cut sleeves ideally.
Rebelling against conformity and repression, the 60s style depicted an alternative lifestyle that focused on peace and love. Oh to live in a world filled with floral and tie-dyed designs, opt art, paisley, and striped bell bottoms! Fast forward to now, I am very happy to continually represent the 60s peace and love state of mind and its fashion with this Lovedrobe fun piece reminiscent of a 1960s groovy Summer.
Dress - Gifted by Lovedrobe