Wednesday, 9 September 2009

Style Spotlight: Maxi Dresses

Fall 2009

I posted yesterday of one way to wear maxi dresses in Autumn, and now here are some runway interpretations. Whether it's a coat, blazer or trophy jacket, there are plenty of ideas of how to hijabify that dress. Which is your favourite look?

Ralph Lauren; TSE

Ports 1961; Ralph Lauren


Dries Van Noten; Richard Chai


Barbara Tfank



Coffee Catholic said...

I'm not big on jackets or other externals unless I'm going outside in the cold.

I prefer long sleeves on my outfits ~ or else I try and wear a blouse or shirt underneath that works well with the outfit. :-)

I loooove loooove LOVE dresses that have full, swishy skirts!

Leila said...

Salaam! I'm definitely loving the Ralph Lauren style the most, simply because it's so simple, clean-cut (literally) and easy to copy. The wrapover white cowl-neck shrug is very "Audrey" in my opinion, and the tailoring is very feminine and playful. Thumbs up!

C said...

Asalaamu Alaikum

Love the last two purple ones. First one is very old fashioned and I love the long jacket with the second one. I'm amazed that the fashion designers are actually making these kind of clothes.

Candice said...

I love these styles! The RL ones are so gorgous, especially the second one! And I quite like the DSquared first one with the plaid scarf!

zanjabil said...

I'm all about the purple! It's easy to see how that would be modest and cover the curves. I like the peach with the black jacket, but I think the material would be too clingy. Great look though.

Maryam Hajar said...

Beautiful! love all the looks. Thank you for all the wonderful posts, Jana!

Cecilia said...

I love that it is a lot of long skirts this season but I wish there were more in the stores!

lopi said...

I love the white TSE deux-pieces. It's modest, yet totally fashion-forward and architectural.

Arwa said...

the second picture is woooow
i love this kind of clothes...makes u feel so important and chic...the lines are simple and pure


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