Mini dresses: trends
Figure-enhancing or flared, plain or with a pattern, that’s your choice – the main thing is that it’s short. Since the 60s, the mini dress has enjoyed a lot of popularity in numerous designs, cuts and colours. What has made the mini dress so popular for over 50 years? It makes your legs look great, flatters the figure and has a charming, feminine feel. Sheath dress and A-line models from the swinging sixties are right on top of the list.
What to wear with mini dresses
Of course, colours and patterns play a big role in the 60s trend. But it doesn’t always have to be the Pril flower pattern. Contrasting black and white prints and subtle graphical patterns in pastel colours like brown and pink look fashionable and not too wild. This goes well with platform court shoes, wedge sandals or knee-high boots with a small heel.
Exclusive fashion tip
Anyone who wants to really stand out can go for plain-coloured models in characteristic 60s colours like orange or yellow. The only thing with a bold choice like that is that you should be a bit modest with accessories. You could go for the inverse look and pair a mini dress in muted blue with bright accessories like a bright yellow patent bag. This lets you make a fashion statement without giving anyone a heart attack.