When we do not know what to wear, very often the best and easiest option is a good dress.
When we are unable to combine skirts, pants, T-shirts, blouses… The dress solves the problem as soon as possible.
Midi length dresses stand out especially as a piece that is ideal for going to work as well as any other occasion.
We can be in them from morning till dark and they will fit into every obligation we have.
And after the summer – when we combined midi dresses with sandals and slippers.
Autumn has arrived in which she will look perfect with sneakers or ankles, straight ones, and heeled ones.
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This fall, five different midi length dress patterns will be highlighted, which will be just as popular with jeans in everyday combinations.
Dark floral patterned dresses.
We all know that the flower pattern is no longer reserved for warmer seasons only.
We wear it throughout the year, and nothing will be different in the coming period.
The only difference between summer and fall will be that the floral pattern dresses will be in darker shades.
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Knitted tube dresses.
A big hit in the upcoming period will also be the ribbed knit tuba-dresses.
They follow the body line at the same time but are also very comfortable and easy to combine.
Aside from being part of daytime combinations, they can be a great choice for hanging out with friends in the evenings.
The checkered pattern remains on-trend for the coming period, and its big plus is the fact that it looks great on dresses of various cuts.
Dresses with puff sleeves.
Dresses in baby blue.
In the coming period, a somewhat unexpected color, light blue, will be highlighted in the fall.